Plan an Exciting Florida Road Trip Today!

A brown horse with two people at a equestrian site at Cross Florida Greenway

A trip through Florida provides lots of variety. Are you looking for a one-day getaway or a weeklong journey?

Do you want to drive or do you prefer boat, bike, horseback or kayak? No matter how you like to travel, Florida State Parks offer endless possibilities. Check out some of our favorite itineraries!

Road Trip Itineraries

Pack up your car, truck, RV or motorcycle for a road trip and visit some Florida State Parks. Whether you want to drive just one day or spend a week exploring the state, you have 175 options. Spend the night at a park in a cabin or campsite before setting off the next morning. This travel itineraries guide is a great place to start. Pick a region and hit the open road!

For those who like to camp, more than 60 Florida State Parks can accommodate your tent or camper.

Enjoying a campfire in the campground at Alafia River State Park.

Roadside Attractions

Celebrate the bygone days of car travel by visiting a roadside attraction! Six of our Florida State Parks are original roadside attractions. These amazing, beautiful — and sometimes wonderfully weird — sites remain incredible visitor experiences. You can visit just one or hit all six in one week. Download a driving itinerary of all six roadside attractions.

Visitors enjoy the glass-bottom boat tour at Silver Springs State Park.

Paddling Trips

Do you prefer to do your road trip in a kayak or canoe rather than a car? Florida State Parks have you covered! Our saltwater paddling guide will show you coastal destinations from all regions of Florida. Don’t forget to bring your towel! 

Colorful kayaks line the shore at Crystal River Preserve State Park.

Equestrian Camping and Trails

Saddle up and take to Florida State Parks on horseback. The Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway offers 80 miles of equestrian trails. Check out this equestrian trails guide to other state parks and forests. Some parks even allow equestrian camping. Whoa!

A woman leads three horses through the park at Blackwater River State Park.