The view of the Tomoka River estuary and basin is spectacular. Tomoka State Park has a rich history in the past starting at Tomoka Point where the Timucuan Native American village known as Nocoroco (Nōcō-rōcō) stood. Nocoroco dates to almost 1300 years ago and today it's shell midden is still visible. Spanish explorer Alvaro Mexia first visited the area in 1605 while exploring Florida and...
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All About Pollinators @ Tomoka State ParkSaturday, June 16, 2018 - 10:30am to 1:30pm EDT
Park entrance fee of $5 per vehicle.
Learn all about pollinators at Tomoka State Park on Saturday, June 16 from 10:30am-1:30pm. Come join us for children's activities, free seeds, giveaways and local beekeeper, Jack Dunlop. Participating groups include the Pawpaw Chapter of Florida Native Plant Society, Florida Wildflower Foundation and Halifax River Audubon.