There are more than 170 state parks in the state of Florida. These state parks serve as the perfect destination for family-fun during summertime. Most of the state parks in Florida offer camping for tents, campers, RVs, and cabins. Looking to go for a swim? Florida state parks contain different water environments such as springs, lakes, and rivers. Or maybe you are into sight seeing and exploring nature. Nature trails usually abound in these parks making it easy to enjoy a hike, bike ride, or walk. Florida state parks provide one-of-a-kind scenic environments, diverse wildlife, and a plethora of activities for all to enjoy.

Official Listings

Florida State Park system has over 170 state parks that includes trails, springs, lakes and offers an array of activities including swimming, diving, birding, fishing and hiking or biking on the natural trails. The Florida State Park website has an interactive map to all of Florida's State Parks. Search by Region, Accessible Amenities and Pet Friendliness. 

Weeki Wache Springs State Park includes Florida's only spring-fed water park with cool 72-degree water. Approximately 45 minutes north of Tampa, this State Park includes Buccaneer Bay, with an all natural lazy river, a children's play area, water slides that go into the spring, and a mermaid show.