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Director's Message

Eric Draper, Florida State Parks DirectorWelcome to Florida State Parks.

Our state parks are the best investment of your time and money. Residents and visitors explore the world’s grandest freshwater springs, hundreds of miles of beaches and coasts, wild forests and native prairie, and many of the state’s most interesting cultural landmarks.

Millions of people use state parks and trails to get outdoors and walk, bicycle and stroll with children for health, fitness and fun. Families picnic in well-maintained pavilions and access water for safe swimming areas and fishing while connecting with and in nature. Preserved areas - from the Keys to spring fed rivers - are great places to see interesting birds and wildlife.

People make our parks. Professionally trained rangers and dedicated volunteers strive each day to make your visit the best use of your time and to make sure you can experience and learn about the Real Florida. Generous support from the Legislature keeps Florida State Parks affordable and accessible for all.

Whether you are already a regular visitor or using this site to explore and learn, I am sure you will find many of Florida’s 175 state parks places you will want to go.

Please share your adventures so everyone knows that Florida State Parks are the nation’s best.

Eric Draper, Director

 

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Florida Division of Recreation and Parks
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Tallahassee, FL 32399
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