Anastasia State Park
Pristine white sand beaches and vibrant history
8 a.m. until sundown, 365 days a year
$8 per vehicle
Welcome to Anastasia State Park
More than 1,600 acres of unspoiled beaches, tidal marshes, maritime hammocks and ancient sand dunes make this a captivating destination for visitors.
Anastasia State Park is a haven for visitors and for wildlife. Abundant wading birds hunt for food along Salt Run, including colorful roseate spoonbills. Osprey and eagles rule the skies, and painted buntings and warblers often flit about the hammock forests.
Visitors can observe wildlife along the beach from a canoe or kayak, or on the Ancient Dunes Nature Trail.
As an extra bonus, the park’s 139 campsites are just a short stroll from the beach.
Plan Your Visit
Visit the 4 miles of protected and unspoiled shoreline beach with friends and family, jump in the beautiful Atlantic waters, and afterward grab a snack or drink at the Island Beach Grill.
Food Service, Shop & Rentals at Anastasia
Anastasia Watersports provides guests with rental opportunities of bicycles, stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, sailboats and canoes. The Island Beach Shop and Grill is located at the end of the main park drive.
Anastasia State Park Photo Gallery
Anastasia Island Beach Mouse
Who can you find scurrying among the sacred vegetation of the park’s coastal dunes? Why the endangered Anastasia Island Beach Mouse! Marked with a light buff colored back, pure white underparts, and indistinct white markings on their face, this adorable creature has become this park’s unofficial mascot.
People Make the Parks
With 35 years experience working with Florida State Parks, Steve makes it a priority to ensure that visitors have a positive experience.
The Friends of Anastasia have received the 2020 Special Event of the Year Award for Resource-Based Recreation.
This Park is Recognized by:
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