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Henderson Beach - Pets

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 Pets are welcome on the Nature Trail, the Campground and paved surfaces.  They must be on a six-foot handheld leash and under the control of the owner. They are not allowed in any facility or on the beach.

Big Talbot Island - Pets

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The Florida Park Service Mission is to provide a delicate balance between high quality recreational experiences for our valued guests, including their pets, as well as the protection of our natural and cultural resources to ensure their preservation for future generations to enjoy.

In order to accomplish this, our goal is to allow pets in areas where there are minimal impacts to these natural and cultural resources. Big Talbot has several areas that are sensitive to potential pet disturbances, such as the park shoreline and beaches where endangered nesting and resting shorebirds or turtles can easily be disturbed, causing them to vacate. The park works hard to minimize these impacts by providing signage in designated locations where pets are not permitted.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome at Big Talbot Island State Park on all nature trails, hiking trails and picnic areas. They must be kept on a 6-foot leash at all times and cannot be left unattended. For more information, please see the Official Pet PolicyPets are not permitted in buildings, boardwalks or on the beach.

Little Talbot Island - Pets

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The Florida Park Service Mission is to provide a delicate balance between high quality recreational experiences for our valued guests, including their pets, as well as the protection of our natural and cultural resources to ensure their preservation for future generations to enjoy.

In order to accomplish this, our goal is to allow pets in areas where there are minimal impacts to these natural and cultural resources. Little Talbot has several areas that are sensitive to potential pet disturbances, such as the park shoreline and beaches where endangered nesting and resting shorebirds or turtles can easily be disturbed, causing them to vacate. The park works hard to minimize these impacts by providing signage in designated locations where pets are not permitted.

Well-behaved pets are welcome at Little Talbot Island State Park on all nature trails, hiking trails, paved roads, parking lots, campground, pavilions and picnic areas. They must be kept on a 6-foot leash at all times and cannot be left unattended. For more information, see the Official Pet Policy. Pets are not permitted in buildings, boardwalks or on the beach.

Madison Blue Spring - Pets

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Pets are welcome at the park in the picnic areas only. All pets must be well behaved, kept on a 6-foot handheld leash at all times, and cannot be left unattended. Pets are not permitted in any swimming area which includes the spring area and the adjacent river, or in any building. Please pick up after your pet, doggie bags are available. Please refer to Florida State Parks Pet Policy for more information, available online or at the ranger station.

Dudley Farm - Pets

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To ensure the safety of visiting pets and the park's livestock, pets are restricted to the natural trail, picnic area and visitor center lot. Pets are not allowed on the farmstead. Please pick up after your pet and ensure they are on a 6-foot hand-held leash at all times.

Fort George Island - Pets

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Well-behaved dogs are welcome at Fort George Island Cultural State Park on our hiking trails, pavilions, paved park roads, parking lots, and our multi-use trails. They are not allowed inside buildings or on our shorelines. They must be kept on a 6-foot leash at all times and cannot be left unattended for more than a half hour.

Buckman Lock - Pets

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Well behaved dogs and cats are allowed on the Greenway with a maximum 6-foot, hand held leash and owners must clean up after the animals as needed. For detailed information on pet policy, see Florida State Parks pet policy.

Baseline Road - Pets

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Well behaved dogs and cats are allowed on the Greenway with a maximum 6-foot, hand held leash and owners must clean up after the animals as needed. For detailed information on pet policy, see Florida State Parks pet policy.

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