Plan your adventures to Florida's 175 award-winning state parks, trails and historic sites.
A Message From Our Director
When you talk with a ranger about a wildlife sighting or learn the name of a tree at a trail exhibit, Carol Beck's legacy is at work. She is one of many women who have made Florida State Parks better for all visitors.
This page will provide you the most up-to-date information regarding park closures. Check back frequently to see what parks are impacted.
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Henderson Beach State Park
Established to preserve Destin’s last genuine stretch of coastal dune scrub, Henderson Beach proves that even the smallest areas of preservation can result in an incredible abundance of natural beauty.
17000 Emerald Coast Pkwy.
Destin FL 32541
Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park
Home of the world’s largest and deepest freshwater springs, the sapphire water of Wakulla Springs boasts manatees, alligators and a host of diverse wildlife that can be viewed from a riverboat or atop the diving platform.
465 Wakulla Park Dr.
Wakulla Springs FL 32327
Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park
A historic beachside escape from the nearby city of Fort Lauderdale. This last example of a natural coastal beach community in Broward County offers an escape from city life as well as protection for endangered plant and animal species.
6503 North Ocean Dr.
Dania Beach FL 33004
People Make the Parks
Park Manager Scott Spaulding receives Jim Stevenson Resource Manager of the Year Award.
Doe Schuster generously gives her time at Henderson Beach and Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Parks, providing visitors unique experiences.
Things to Know
Every Stamp is a Story
We invite you to visit any one of our amazing state parks, and to save your adventures with the Special Edition Real Florida Passport. This travel-sized journal is the perfect place to collect your memories and discover new places to explore!
Skip the Straw
Plastic straws are one of the many single-use plastics that litter beaches, pollute oceans and harm wildlife. To preserve natural resources and keep Florida’s environment free of pollutants, DEP encourages residents and visitors to Skip the Straw!