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Some parks have seasonal camping rates. Please see individual park listing for rates.

All fees are per day unless otherwise noted. Local option taxes and county surcharges may apply at some parks. If you desire further information, reservations or wish to determine campsite availability, contact the park directly. For parks that accept camping reservations, visitors may make them up to eleven months in advance.

All fees are subject to change without notice.

Parks that do not accept advance reservations:

  Caladesi Island State Park

Cape Florida State Recreation Area

Collier Seminole State Park

Dead Lakes State Recreation Area

Faver-Dykes State Park

Lake Mantee State Park

Three Rivers State Recreation Area

Torreya State Park

Ochlockonee River State Park

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State Parks are open from 8 a.m. to sunset every day of the year.  Many museums, visitor centers and historic sites may be closed two days per week, usually Tuesday and Wednesday and their hours may vary.

Fee Schedule

All fees are per day unless otherwise noted. Local option taxes and county surcharges apply at many parks. Please contact the parks for additional information. For parks that accept reservations, visitors may make them from two days up to eleven months in advance.

To Make Camping Reservations... Please call at 1-800 326-3521 between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm. (Individual parks no longer accept reservations)


Pets are welcome in Florida State Parks in designated areas if they are kept on a 6-foot, hand-held leash and are well-behaved.  Pets are not permitted on bathing beaches or in concession facilities and park buildings.  They may also be restricted in other areas of certain parks.  Service Animals are welcome in all parks in all areas.

A set of conduct rules will be enforced for campers with pets. Click here for the list of parks that allow pets in their campgrounds. Pets are not allowed in cabins.

Daily Entrance Fees

The Daily Entrance Fee , where charged, is $4.00** per carload, up to eight people.  * Selected parks are $5.00** per carload.  Pedestrians, Bicyclists, Extra Passengers, Passengers in Vehicles with Holder of Annual Individual Entrance Permit, Members of Organized Groups - Entrance Fee is $1.00** per person.  There may be additional fees for camping, tours and museum entrance.   Contact the individual park for more information .

  Per Vehicle $2.00-4.00**
  Pedestrians and bicyclists $1.00**
Single Occupant Vehicle Admission Fee
  Selected Parks
Bus Tour Entrance Fee
$40.00 or $1.00**
per person (which ever is less)
Economically Disadvantaged
(Must be Florida residents currently participating in food stamp program)
One-half base admission fee
Museum/Visitor Center Fee
  Selected Parks
Sunset Admission Fee
  Selected Parks
Per vehicle, all vehicles, one hour before closing
Children , under six years - All parks Free

Selected Parks with $5.00 Admission Fee
* Anastasia , Bahia Honda Blue Spring , Cape Florida , DeLeon Springs , Delnor- Wiggins Pass , Fort Clinch , Fort Pierce Inlet , Fort Taylor , Honeymoon Island Ichetucknee Springs , John U. Lloyd , John Pennekamp Coral Reef , Myakka River , Oleta River , St. Andrews , St. George Island , Sebastian Inlet , and Wekiwa Springs .

**Includes all state and local taxes.

Annual Entrance Pass

Annual passes allow you to discover, experience and enjoy your beautiful Florida State parks for just pennies a day!

In lieu of the statewide general entrance fee charge; does not waive any other special use fees charges at some parks.  Individual passes are $40, plus tax, and family passes are $80, plus tax, per year.  The family pass is good for up to a maximum of 8 people in one vehicle.

Entrance passes are honored in all state parks, except for Madison Blue Spring , Homosassa Springs State Park , and Sunshine Skyway Fishing Pier , which offer a 33% discount.  Passes may be purchased online or through the state park or by direct mail.  Please ask your nearest state park or call (352) 628-1002.

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Camping Fees & Cabin Fees (below)

To Make Camping Reservations... Please call at 1-800 326-3521 between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm. (Individual parks no longer accept reservations)

Base Camping Fee $10.00-$50.00
Primitive Campsite Fee $4.00
Overnight Parking Fee
Self-contained camping rigs only
limited to 1 night when no campsite vacancies, where available
Senior/Disabled Citizen Camping**
Must be Florida resident, over 65 years or 100% disabled
One-half base camping fee
Dump station , per unit
Non-registered visitor
Shower Fee
Non-registered visitor

**Proof of Residency as documented in the FPS Operations and Procedures Manual:

  1. Florida Drivers License;

  2. Birth certificate; or

  3. A Florida Senior Citizen Hunting and Fishing Certificate.

**Proof of Disability as documented in the FPS Operations and Procedures Manual:

  1. SSA disability award document;

  2. Current document from a federal agency which states the bearer is 100% disabled;

  3. A signed statement on a medical doctor's letterhead which names the bearer and
    states that they are 100% disabled;

  4. A current Medicare card; or

  5. A Florida Totally and Permanently Disabled Person Hunting and Fishing Certificate.

  6. Department of Veterans Affairs identification card.

  7. Civil Service Retirement System approval letter showing 100% disability; or

  8. Department of Revenue Form 416, Physician's Certification of Total and Permanent

  9. National Park Service Golden Access Pass (not to be confused with the Golden Age or Golden Eagle passes).

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Year Round Camping Fees & Cabin Fees (below)

Alafia River $18.00
Anastasia $23.00
Bahia Honda $26.00
Big Lagoon $16.00
Blackwater River $12.00
Blue Spring $20.00
Caladesi Island (boat only) $12.00
Cape Florida (boat only) $15.00
Cayo Costa $18.00
Collier Seminole $18.00
Falling Waters $15.00
Faver Dykes $14.00
Florida Caverns $17.00
Fort Clinch $22.00
Gamble Rogers Memorial at Flagler Beach $23.00
Gold Head Branch $16.00
Grayton Beach $19.00
Henderson Beach $21.00
Highlands Hammock $18.00
Hillsborough River $18.00
Hontoon Island $12.00
John Pennekamp $26.00
Jonathan Dickinson $22.00
Kissimmee Prairie $12.00
Koreshan $22.00
Lake Griffin $15.00
Lake Kissimmee $17.00
Lake Louisa $21.00
Lake Manatee $18.00
Little Manatee River $18.00
Little Talbot Island $19.00
Long Key $26.00
Manatee Springs $16.00
Myakka River $22.00
Navarre Beach $28.00
Ochlockonee River $15.00
O'Leno $15.00
Oscar Scherer $22.00
Paynes Prairie $15.00
Rainbow Springs $19.00
Rocky Bayou $12.00
Sebastian Inlet $23.00
Silver River $21.00
St. Andrews $24.00
St. George Island $19.00
St. Joseph Peninsula $20.00
Stephen Foster
(Campground closed Memorial Day Weekend)
Suwannee River $15.00
Three Rivers $12.00
Tomoka $20.00
Topsail Hill Preserve $38.00
Torreya $12.00
Wekiwa Springs $20.00

Cabin Fees and Camping Fees

**weekly discounts offered

Bahia Honda
Efficiency Apartment......$75.00

Blue Spring

Cayo Costa
$30.00 Primitive Cabins
Jug Creek Cabins
5/1 - 11/30......$66.00
  Weekly Fee....$396.00
12/1 - 4/30......$82.00
  Weekly Fee....$492.00

Gold Head Branch **
Block cabins......$60.00
  Weekly Fee....$378.00
CCC cabins.......$50.00
  Weekly Fee....$315.00
Modern Cabins...$85.00
  Weekly Fee....$536.00

Grayton Beach

Hontoon Island (all year)
Primitive - 4 persons......$25.00
Primitive - 6 persons......$30.00

Jonathan Dickinson

Myakka River

Oleta River

Silver River

St. Joseph Peninsula

Topsail Hill
Bungalow: All Year, one week minimum rental
   Weekly fee, minimum $575.00
   Monthly fee, minimum $1,100.00

Wakulla Springs State Parks Lodge
Guest Rooms $55.00 - $105.00