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At the time of campsite registration, pet owners will be required to show proof of a current rabies vaccination for each pet. A pet fee will be charged to help offset any additional staff costs to the park. Also, a set of conduct rules will be enforced for campers with pets.


This list maybe subject to change. Please call the park for inquiry.



  • CENTRAL REGION


    Anastasia State ParkSt. Augustine FL 32080-5422

    Anastasia State Park was first opened to the public in 1949 and since that time has become one of Florida's busiest state parks. Located off A1A, and just 1 1/2 miles from historic downtown St. Augustine, Anastasia has everything for the active park visitor. The park boasts a broad beach flanked by sand dunes and a lagoon bordered by rich tidal marshes. Read more



    Blue Spring State ParkOrange City FL 32763

    Blue Spring is the winter home (November-March) for an ever-increasing population of the endagered Florida manatee, as well as being a favorite recreation area. Popular activities include swimming, fishing, canoeing, and camping. Visitors may hike the 4-mile trail through pine flatwoods and cypress swamp, or marvel at the 1872 Thursby House that sits atop an ancient Timucuan shell midden. Read more




  • Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation AreaFlagler Beach FL 32136

    Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, this windswept park is named for Florida folk singer Gamble Rogers and railroad entrepreneur Henry Flagler. The beach is the most popular feature at this park, where visitors enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or beachcombing. Read more




    Lake Griffin State ParkFruitland Park, Florida 34731

    Anglers will find plenty of largemouth bass, bluegill, speckled perch, and catfish. Visitors can observe the park's wildlife while picnicking or strolling along the half-mile nature trail. A shady, full-facility campground beckons travelers to spend the night or an entire vacation here. There is no swimming due to a healthy alligator population.  Read more




    Sebastian Inlet State ParkMelbourne Beach, Florida 32951

    Three miles of beautiful beaches provide opportunities for swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, shelling, and sunbathing. Canoeing and kayaking in the Indian River Lagoon are also favorite pastimes. Visitors can relax with a stroll down the mile-long Hammock Trail. Waterfront pavilions and picnic areas are great for family outings. Full-facility campsites and a boat ramp are available. Read more




  • Silver River State ParkOcala, Florida 34470

    Visitors can canoe down the crystal clear river, hike or bike along one of the nature trails, or just sit and watch for the wide variety of birds and wildlife.  The picnic area features three pavilions with grills that may be rented for group outings and a playground for the youngsters.  For overnight stays, the park has a full facility campground and 10 luxury cabins.  Read more



    Tomoka State ParkOrmond Beach FL 32174

    Today, these waters are popular for canoeing, boating, and fishing. 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.  Read more



    Wekiwa Springs State ParkApopka, Florida 32712

    Wekiwa Springs offers visitors the opportunity to relax in a natural setting, enjoy a picnic, or take a swim in the cool spring. Canoeists and kayakers can paddle along the Wekiva River and Rock Springs Run. Thirteen miles of trails provide opportunities for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. This is a very popular park on weekends.  Read more





    PETS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE FOLLOWING CAMPGROUNDS


    These parks were omitted for one or more of the following reasons: health and safety of pets and park visitors, protection of park resources, and to insure the park's ability to provide a quality recreational experience for all park visitors.

    • Bahia Honda State ParkBig Pine Key FL 33043

      Bahia Honda is noted as one of the best beaches in South Florida. It is located along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Popular activities include snorkeling, swimming, and fishing. Camping, cabins, 2 exceptional boat ramps, a certified "Clean Marina," and a concession and gift shop make Bahia Honda an outstanding recreational opportunity. Read more



      Cayo Costa State ParkBoca Grande, Florida 33921

      Cayo Costa ("key by the coast") is one of the largest underdeveloped barrier islands remaining in Florida. It is located twelve miles west of Cape Coral in Lee County, and is part of a chain of barrier islands that shelter Charlotte Harbor and Pine Island Sound. The island contains unique tropical vegetation, and looks much as it did 500 years ago when the first Europeans arrived. Read more



      Faver-Dykes State ParkSaint Augustine FL 32086

      Faver-Dykes State Park is located 15 miles south of Saint Augustine, the oldest city in in the nation. The park is a popular place for those who enjoy peace and solitude. Pellicer Creek, a state canoe trail, borders the southern boundary of the park, and is a popular place for fishing and canoeing. Other activities include bird watching, nature study, fishing, and hiking. Read more



      Grayton Beach State ParkSanta Rosa Beach FL 32459

      Grayton Beach consistently ranks among the most beautiful and pristine beaches in the United States. The beach provides an idyllic setting for swimming, sunbathing and surf fishing and is the backdrop for golden sunrises and silver moonlit evenings. The nearly 2,000-acre park features a boat ramp that provides access to the lake's brackish waters for both freshwater and saltwater fishing.  Read more




    • Hontoon Island State ParkDeland, Florida 32720

      The island is accessible only by private boat or park ferry. Evidence of Native American habitation over thousands of years can be witnessed as visitors hike through the park. Boating, canoeing, and fishing are popular activities and canoe rentals are available. Picnic areas include tables, grills, and a playground.   Read more


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    • John Pennekamp Coral Reef State ParkKey Largo FL 33037

      Canoeing and kayaking through the park’s waters are popular activities; fishing is permitted in designated areas. Visitors can enjoy walking on short trails, picnicking, or swimming at the beach. The Visitor Center has a 30,000-gallon saltwater aquarium and nature videos are shown in its theater. Full-facility and Youth/Group campsites are available. Beach wheelchairs are available without cost. Read more



      Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State ParkOkeechobee, Florida 34972

      The park offers excellent seasonal birding opportunities and is home to the endangered Florida grasshopper sparrow, as well as the crested caracara and sandhill crane. Over 100 miles of dirt roads allow hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians to explore prairies, wetlands, and shady hammocks. Ranger-led prairie buggy tours take visitors to remote areas of the park.  Read more


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    • Lake Kissimmee State ParkLake Wales FL 33898

      Visitors enjoy boating, canoeing, and fishing in the picturesque lakes. Nature students can hike over 13 miles of trails to observe and study the abundant plant and animal life. Six miles of trails are open to equestrians. A large, shaded picnic area with pavilions is available. The park has full-facility campsites, as well as a primitive camping facility.  Read more





    • Long Key State ParkLong Key FL 33001

      Today, visitors can explore this island by canoeing through a chain of lagoons or hiking two land-based trails. The Golden Orb Trail leads visitors through five natural communities to an observation tower that provides a panoramic view of the island and its profusion of plant and animal life. Some of the best bonefishing in the Keys is found here. Full-facility campsites overlook the Atlantic Ocean.  Read more



      Myakka River State ParkSarasota FL 34241

      The park´s river and two lakes provide ample opportunities for boating, freshwater fishing, canoeing, and kayaking; a boat ramp provides access to Upper Myakka Lake. Hikers can explore trails that cross large expanses of rare Florida dry prairie. Scenic lake tours are offered daily on the world´s two largest airboats. Full-facility campgrounds and primitive campsites are available.  Read more



      O'Leno State ParkHigh Springs FL 32643

      Visitors can picnic at one of the pavilions or fish in the river for their dinner. Canoes and bicycles are available for rent. While hiking the nature trails, visitors can look for wildlife and enjoy the beauty of native plants. The shady, full-facility campground is the perfect place for a relaxing overnight stay.    Read more




      Paynes Prairie State ParkMicanopy FL 32667-9702

      Eight trails provide opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, and bicycling. Ranger-led activities are offered on weekends, November through April. Fishing on Lake Wauberg is allowed and a boat ramp provides access for canoes and boats with electric motors. Gasoline powered boats are not allowed. Full-facility campsites are available for overnight visitors. Read more




    • Due to the abundance of wildlife, pets are not allowed on any of the trails or in the campground.

      St. Andrews State Park

      Panama City, Florida 32408

      Those wanting to relax can sunbathe on the beach or enjoy a leisurely lunch under the shade of a picnic pavilion. Full-facility campsites, as well as primitive youth group camping, make this park a popular overnight destination. A concession offers snacks, souvenirs, and fishing amenities. Shell Island Boat Tours are available during the spring and summer. Read more



      St. Joseph Peninsula State ParkPort St. Joe FL 32456

      Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, and bicycling. As a coastal barrier peninsula, St. Joseph provides excellent opportunities for bird watching. Campers can stay in a full-facility campground, a short walk from the beach, or at primitive campsites in the wilderness preserve. Eight cabins on the bay side offer alternative overnight accommodations.   Read more




    • Torreya State ParkBristol FL 32321
      Torreya is popular for camping, hiking, and picnicking. Bird-watching is also a popular activity. Over 100 species of birds have been spotted in the park. Forests of hardwood trees provide the finest display of fall color found in Florida. The main campground offers full-facility campsites and a YURT (Year-round Universal Recreational Tent).  Read more