Best Florida State Parks
A list of the best Florida State Parks and the ones you don't want to miss. Florida has an incredible amount of beautiful parks. You can start collecting stamps to the ones you visit with the Florida State Park Passport. Every stamp is a story! Visiting Florida State Parks is a great adventure for the whole family. You can enjoy hiking, swimming, kayaking, camping, Geocaching, and backpacking in these beautiful parks. Many of these parks also have crystalline water springs that make for a great day trip during the summer. Campgrounds and campsites vary for each park, and the general admission fee is $5 per vehicle.
Exploring Hillsborough River State Park is a truly unique experience. This is one of the best state parks in Florida and a must visit for hiking.
Are there Caverns in Florida? The answer is YES! Located in Jackson County in the Florida Panhandle, this park is home to the only dry (air-filled) caves in Florida. The Florida Caverns State Park has limestone formations dating back to more…
Waterfalls in Florida Florida’s largest waterfall is the 73-foot located in Falling Waters State Park in Chipley, Florida. When we visited the park it hadn’t been raining much and so the water flow was not as much. If you plan…
Lake Louisa State Park is a 4,372-acre park located in Clermont at just a 30-minute drive from Orlando. There are many Lake Louisa Outdoor Activities.
You can see hundreds of beautiful manatees in Florida! Manatee viewing in Blue Springs happens every year, from Mid-November to March.