TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection launched a new and improved website for Florida’s state parks and trails atwww.floridastateparks.org.
The new website includes enhanced maps and search abilities to help find specific facilities, activities or events. It has a new look and feel and features breathtaking photos highlighting Florida’s natural and historic treasures. Visitors will find it easier to plan their trips to state parks and state-designated trails. The new website is also smartphone and tablet friendly.
“We are excited about this new website and the enhanced tools to help Floridians and visitors plan their trips to state parks and state trails,” said Donald Forgione, director of the Florida Park Service. “From the maps to the search boxes, this site is easier to navigate.”
From 2013-2014, 27.5 million people visited state parks and state trails. Each week, approximately 130,000 visitors come to the website looking for information to plan their trips.
Floridians and visitors are invited to visit the new website to plan their next visit to a state park or state trail. Be sure to share the new website on your social media platforms using the hashtag #flstateparks.