Question: How long can you stay in a FL state park?

The maximum continuous length of stay in any one park is 28 nights.

Can you park overnight at Florida State Parks?

Most state parks are open 8 a.m. to sundown, 365 days a year. Visitors may make campsite or cabin reservations from one day to 11 months in advance by calling toll free 1-800-326-3521 or TDD 888-433-0287 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Eastern time or by going online.

Can you camp long term in state parks?

State Parks – More Than Just Camping Some state parks permit long term RV stays while others restrict how long you can camp. RV camping facilities go from nothing to everything in State parks.

How long can you stay in an RV park in Florida?

RVers can continuously stay for up to 56 nights at any state park in Florida. However, during periods of high demand, the length of stay may be limited to 14 days at a time, with the opportunity to come back after a three-day absence.

Are Florida State park passes extended?

Please visit FloridaStateParks.org for more details. *Applies to passes purchased 3/1/2019-6/30/2020. Expiration Extension! Use Your Annual Entrance Pass for 2 Extra Months This Year!

Is there a senior discount for Florida State Parks?

A 50% discount on the base camping fee is available to Florida residents who are at least 65 years of age or Florida citizens possessing a current Social Security disability award certificate or a 100% disability award certificate from the federal government. Documentation will be requested on arrival.

Is there a senior pass for Florida State Parks?

Seniors (65+) and 100% disabled Florida residents (maximum four people per site) receive half (50%) off the base fee for camping. Discounts on the Annual Entrance Pass are available for U.S. military veterans and service members, as well as for foster families and adoptive parents.

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