Full-Facility

Campground

Camping Cabins. Staying at some of Florida’s State Parks could be as easy as packing a few clothes, some food and your toothbrush. Some camping cabins come equipped with everything else you’ll need down to the linens. However, if you’re traveling with your pet, you’ll want to make other arrangements. Pets are not allowed in the camping cabins. Cabins vary in style from fully-equipped modern cabins to hand-hewn lumber or palm-log retreats, and usually accommodate up to six people. Cabin rentals vary in price from about $30 upwards to $160 per night.

Military Discounts
Florida State Parks offer three levels of discounts on annual passes based upon military service. These include:

  • Active duty military and honorably discharged veterans of the United States Armed Forces, National Guard or reserve units of the U.S. Armed Forces or National Guard receive a 25% discount on an annual pass.
  • Honorably discharged veterans with a service-connected disability receive free lifetime entrance passes to Florida State Parks.
  • Surviving spouses and parents of members of the United States Armed Forces, National Guard or reserve units of the U.S. Armed Forces or National Guard who died in combat receive free lifetime entrance passes to Florida State Parks.

Along the Suwannee, Santa Fe, Ichetucknee and Withlachoochee Rivers.

Florida State Parks

Suwannee Adventures

Reserving a State Park Campsite

ReserveAmerica.com or you may call ReserveAmerica at 1-800-326-3521 or 1-866-I-CAMP-FL or TDD 1-888-433-0287. Reservations may be made from one day prior to arrival up to 11 months in advance.

Full-Facility Camping. Tent, trailer and RV camping is available with a variety of campsite amenities, including electric hook ups, fire rings, picnic tables and water. In addition, comfort stations are provided. Most include flush toilets, hot showers and laundry facilities. Dump stations are provided. Campsites usually allow up to eight people, two tents or one trailer or RV and two vehicles. Campsites range from $18 to $50 per night.

Primitive camping is available in some of Florida’s State Parks. It is usually inaccessible by car, so camping equipment must be carried from a parking area to the campsites. Primitive campsites may include a fire ring and picnic table, but most likely will not include water and electric. These sites are usually very inexpensive — about $4 per person, per night.

Let’s take a look at specifically what you can expect when you camp at Florida’s State Parks:

"Get away from it all," and Florida's State Parks do offer a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life. That doesn’t mean that they’re boring places. There are a wide array of activities to be found both in the parks and nearby — beaches, bicycling, birding, boating, canoeing, equestrian trails, fishing, hiking, inline skating, kayaking, museums, picnicking, playgrounds, scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, tubing, and... camping.