Tomoka State Park
Welcome to Tomoka State Park
Native Americans once dwelled here, living off fish-filled lagoons. Today, these waters are popular for canoeing, boating and fishing.
Tomoka is a bird-watcher's paradise, with over 160 species sighted, especially during the spring and fall migrations. Visitors can stroll a half-mile nature trail through a hardwood hammock that was once an indigo field for an 18th-century British landowner.
The park protects a variety of wildlife habitats and endangered species such as the West Indian manatee.
A boat ramp gives boaters and canoeists access to the river. The park store offers snacks, camping supplies and canoe rentals.
For overnight stays, the park has full-facility campsites and youth camping.
Plan Your Visit
Tomoka Outpost: Rentals, Shopping, Riverfront View and Sunsets
Tomoka State Park Photo Gallery
Native American and Plantation History
People Make the Parks
Staff Spotlight: FWC Officer of the Year and the Distinguished Service Award
This Park is Recognized by:
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