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WHO WE ARE

The Florida State Parks Foundation strives to preserve the natural beauty and resources of the Real Florida for generations to come. A nonprofit organization of dedicated members and volunteers, the Foundation champions a world class system of Florida State Parks for the well-being of all.

175 STATE PARKS
800,000 ACRES MANAGED
100 MILES OF COASTLINE
32M VISITORS ANNUALLY
$3.9B ECONOMIC IMPACT

RECENT NEWS

  • Natalie’s Juice Co. Becomes Official Junior Ranger Program Sponsor

    Foundation Staff

    February 1, 2023

  • Florida State Parks Foundation to Celebrate 30th Anniversary in 2023

    Foundation Staff

    January 17, 2023

  • Rep. Sam Garrison tours two St. Augustine-area state parks

    Foundation Staff

    December 23, 2022

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Florida State Park Specialty License Plate

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Support our State Parks by ordering your Florida State Park Specialty License Plate today. Each license plate costs $33 and covers the cost of the specialty plate. Of that, $25 directly benefits the Foundation.

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plant a pine

For every $1 donated, we will plant one longleaf pine seedling in a Florida State Park. Help us hit our goal of planting 100,00 seedlings by Earth Day 2023 today.

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30th ANNIVERSARY

The Florida State Parks Foundation will celebrate 30 years of preserving, protecting, sustaining and growing Florida’s award-winning state parks throughout 2023.

Originally founded in 1993 as the Friends of Florida State Parks, then renamed in 2018, the Foundation held its first board meeting on March 20, 1993, at Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park.

 

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OUR DONORS

Our work in Florida State Parks would not be possible without the generous support of our partners.

duke energy
felburn foundation
gulf power
bass pro shop