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Making an Overnight Reservation
Whether you're planning to pitch a tent or stay the night in one of our modern cabins, this video shows you how to reserve a campsite or cabin at our reservation website. Learn how to create your account, find the perfect campsite or cabin, and make your reservation.
Celebrate Florida’s Freedom Week with a Sales Tax Holiday
Florida Freedom Week, July 1-7, applies a sales tax exemption to recreation, outdoor goods and gear, and admission to sports, entertainment and cultural events. This means a sales tax holiday for admission to Florida’s state parks and museums plus savings on Annual Entrance Passes.
Observing Endangered Species Day
The Endangered Species Act of 1973 is a landmark piece of conservation legislation that led the way for international efforts to protect animal and plant species from extinction. The initial list of the nation’s most endangered species included many familiar Florida wildlife, including the West Indian manatee, American alligator and Florida panther. Today, 114 Florida species are included.
Celebrate Kids to Parks Day
Saturday, May 15, is the 11th Annual Kids to Parks Day. Kids to Parks Day is celebrated nationwide as a day of outdoor play for people of all ages. Make plans to take your favorite kid to a state park near you. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy Florida’s famous sunshine.