Free entrance fee to all of Florida's state parks on Sunday, July 17, 2011 was announced by the Florida Park Service.
This is in honor of National Recreation and Parks Month.
In St. Augustine we have 3 great state parks: Fort Mose (pronounced Moh-Say), Anastasia State Park and Faver-Dykes. Fort Mose was the first free community of ex-slaves. If you enjoy a great day at the beach, you definitely want to visit the 1600 acres of Anastasia State Park with 4 miles of beautiful white beaches. If you enjoy canoeing, picnics, and walking nature trails, please head over to Faver-Dykes State Park and rent a canoe. These are 3 great state parks and Florida has 157 more from which to choose!
Florida's 160 state parks will host events throughout the state: Listing of state park events. Go outside and enjoy, but you may wish to do this earlier in the day as there just might be afternoon showers.
Below is a map of parks in the area from St. Augustine to central Florida.
Florida's 160 state parks will host events throughout the state: Listing of state park events.
Barbara Jenness takes joy in assisting people in buying or selling their home or land in northeast Florida (St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, and Jacksonville). She is a community activist and leader serving as President of Friends of A1A 2008-2010, Past President of Scenic & Historic A1A in St. Johns County for over 10 years, and past vice-president of Vilano Beach Main Street (North Shores Improvement Association). She is a past president for WCR in St. Augustine and a member of South Ponte Vedra Civic Association, Porpoise Point, Serenata Beach Club, and Palencia. She founded and is a Past President of the St. Augustine Regional Council (StAR Council) to promote the St. Augustine area to individuals outside the region.
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