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We hope you have the safest, most enjoyable visit possible. Start by reviewing these regulations and park pass details. If you have questions or concerns, use the contact information below to reach a park office or staff person to help you.
• All pets must be confined, leashed or under other physical control at all times. Leashes may not exceed six feet in
length. Please pick up after your pet. • Park hours are 8 a.m. until sunset, 365 days a year unless otherwise posted. • A helmet is required for all bicycle riders younger than 16. • Fireworks and hunting are prohibited in all state parks. • Fishing, boating, swimming and fires are allowed in designated areas
only. A Florida fishing license may be required. • Alcoholic beverages are allowed in designated areas only. • During lightning storms, seek shelter or stay in your car. • All boaters under age 13 must wear Coast Guardapproved life jackets. • For a complete list of regulations, go to the Ranger Station.
Use caution when enjoying the state’s aquatic environment. Enjoy our beaches safely by: • Refraining from alcohol consumption before swimming • Swimming in groups • Supervising children • Observing beach safety warnings and flags before entering the water
Annual Entrance Passes allow you to enjoy Florida’s beautiful state parks for just pennies a day! Annual Passes do not waive special use fees charged at some parks; however, additional local fees may apply (example: Monroe County Surcharge). The price of an Individual Entrance Pass is $40, plus tax, and a Family Entrance Pass is $80, plus tax, per year. The Family Entrance Pass is valid for up to eight (8) people in a group. Passes may be purchased online, at your nearest state park, by direct mail or calling (352) 628-7002. EMERGENCY: 911
General Information: (850) 245-2157
General Information: (850) 245-2157
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• Never hike alone and always stay on Welcome to your trails—it’s easy to Florida State Parks! get lost.
Tips & Guidelines for a Safe Trip Florida State Parks Pass Contact Info
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• Florida’s sunshine provides for many recreational opportunities. Remember to use sunscreen and bug repellent. Drink lots of fluids to remain hydrated.
Published on Jun 19, 2009
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