Adventures in Florida

Florida State Parks is a place where you can see the real Florida with some of the most beautiful beaches along the coast of Florida. You will be rewarded with the opportunity to discover the best beaches in Florida. The Florida parks and beaches are fun place to discover a fun family adventure. In Florida, the state has many beautiful state parks and beautiful beaches. The beaches for children are very popular. Children will have a great time at the beach with family and friends. Adventure and Fun are just what you have been looking for in Florida. A Florida beach is an excellent place for a vacation to any age. Enjoy the Florida’s real beauty and explore the outdoors in the beautiful state. Outdoor enthusiasts have plenty to choose from in Florida from Orlando Florida theme parks, Florida State Parks and my favorite, camping in the Florida Keys. Where you can learn about the history of Florida in the State Forest and musuems with family adventure for all ages. Making it one step closer to a great trip.

Florida State Parks

The Florida State Parks encompasses approximately 158 parks, including everything from museums and cultivated gardens to whole islands and immense wild areas great for canoe and kayaking florida gulf waters. The vast majority are open to visitors and campers. The Florida state park system designates its acquisition into about a dozen categories: Florida state preserves, Florida state parks, Florida state historic sites, Florida state archeological sites, Florida state museums and others..

Featured Parks

Bahia Honda State Park

Featuring an award winning beach and historic bridge, Bahia Honda State Park at mile marker 37 in the Florida Keys has become a favorite destination for visitors to our island paradise. The park, encompassing over 500 acres and an offshore island offers some of the best snorkeling and beach combing in Florida. The perfect and quiet getaway for the entire family.

Blackwater River State Park

Blackwater River State Park is considered one of the purest sand bottom rivers in the world, the Blackwater River is in its natural state for almost its entire length. The parts that we have been on is shallow and great for kayaking and canoeing. Great place to bring the kids, there a lot of sandy spots to stop and swim. Beginning 45 miles upstream in Alabama, it continues downstream for 13 miles before emptying into Blackwater Bay. The river’s sand bottom, dark tannin waters and contrasting large, white sandbars have drawn worldwide attention and provide the perfect setting for this 590- acre state park.

Big Lagoon State Park

Big Lagoon State park offers Full Facility Camping on this 712-acre park. It has 75 campsites with electric and water hookups available for reservation through Reserve America.