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Plan your adventures to Florida's 175 award-winning state parks, trails and historic sites.
A Message From Our Director
Summertime is often synonymous with baseball and, just like a baseball team, the Florida Park Service keeps a multitude of statistics.
New Reservation System
The Real Florida℠ is waiting for you! We recently changed our reservation system, so the process may look a little different when you book a cabin or campsite at one of our Florida State Parks.
Support Florida State Parks
Florida State Parks is getting its own specialty license plate, so make sure to be one of the first to show your support by placing your order today.
Planning for the Future of Florida Recreation
The Florida Park Service plans for the future of recreation in Florida. We work with local governments, park users, scientists, recreation providers and non-governmental organizations to ensure that Floridians have access to safe, well-managed parks, trails and public lands.
Park Admission - Online Payment
Visitors may purchase their admission single-use day pass online ahead of their visit instead of paying at the park. Be sure to bring your confirmation email/receipt with you to the park (either a printed copy of your receipt or a digital copy) at the time of your visit.
A Park for EveryoneSee All Parks
Anastasia State Park
Abundant wildlife and diverse ecosystems can be enjoyed within the 1,600 acres of beaches, tidal marshes and nature trails that make up beautiful Anastasia State Park. Visitors can explore the maritime hammocks, ancient sand dunes and historic coquina quarry before taking a dip in the Atlantic along pristine, white-sand beaches.
300 Anastasia Park Road
St. Augustine FL 32080
Oscar Scherer State Park
An unexpected oasis surrounded by busy urban areas provides visitors with a refreshing escape into natural Florida. This hidden gem is also a refuge for the imperiled Florida scrub-jay, bald eagles and other birds that nest along the shores of Lake Osprey.
1843 S. Tamiami Trail
Osprey FL 34229
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
Tucked between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, this peaceful sanctuary offers visitors a slice of coastal wilderness within a vibrant city. Fort Lauderdale’s “Central Park” was gifted to the city by Hugh Taylor Birch, for whom the urban oasis is named.
3109 E. Sunrise Blvd.
Fort Lauderale FL 33304
People Make the Parks
The history of the Florida Keys might be significantly different without the pioneering efforts of biologist Janice Duquesnel.
Volunteer Recognition Awards
The Florida Park Service is proud to announce the winners of the 2020 Volunteer Recognition Awards. Volunteers are an integral part of our workforce. They contribute time, energy and skills to park management and visitor experiences.
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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!