Get in free with library card at Florida State Parks Sept. 11-13

September 10, 2009

stateparklogoFree entry to Florida’s state parks celebrates Literacy Month

To celebrate September as State Park Literacy Month, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Florida Park Service is offering free entrance to Florida’s 160 state parks September 11-13 for visitors who bring a library card, library book, or who donate a new or gently used family book. The park service encourages Florida’s residents and guests to take advantage of this opportunity to combine the joy of reading with the beauty of the outdoors.
With more than 160 state parks in Florida, a myriad of enjoyable and affordable activities are available for all ages. To learn more about Florida’s state parks, visit www.floridastateparks.org
To learn more about our local State Parks click the links below:

Topsail Hill Preserve State Park
Grayton Beach State Park
Eden Gardens State Park

Deer Lake State Park
Camp Helen State Park
Ponce De Leon Springs State Park
Rocky Bayou State Park