Free State Parks Day

Celebrate our Florida State Parks For Free on Veterans Day 2012

Visitors to the Brevard County Space Coast area should plan to get outdoors on November 11, 2012 for some free recreation in our Florida State Parks.  Veterans Day has been designated "Fee Free State Parks Day" for all our state parks except the Flyway Fishing Pier State Park, so take a moment and schedule some great outdoor recreation.

A great local destination for Space Coast residents and visitors is the Sebastian Inlet State Park on the southern tip of Brevard's coastal area.  This top shoreline location is popular for a variety of recreational interests including surfing, swimming, nature, beach-combing and fishing.  The Fall is a great time to try your hand fishing the shoreline or jetties in this State Park, so why not do it for free?   Read our article here on Space Coast Florida on Sebastian Inlet Fishing for some great tips and tools to make the most of your angling adventures.

While Sebastian Inlet may be the top Brevard County state park destination, inland adventures for the southern Space Coast area include the St Sebastian River Preserve State Park.  Hiking and biking in the Fall are always a great way to get outdoors and explore our many natural areas, so plan and adventure during Free State Parks Day.

Those Space Coast residents who plan to travel to other areas of Florida during Veterans Day can easily explore the many other state parks available for free through our page on Florida State Parks provided by sister site; Florida Nature Guide.  From this page, you are only 3 clicks from locating any state park in Florida.  Click on the map, then the primary area of interest, then the park closest to your destination.  That's all there is to locating some great outdoor recreation in Florida.

Can't make it to a Florida State Park on Free State Parks Day?   Follow this link to our Natural Areas page on Florida Nature Guide.  From there, you can explore the many other destinations available for naturalist adventures close to home.  These public lands are managed by numerous agencies, and can easily be researched through the links we have provided in this section.

Be sure to bookmark or share this page for reference even after Free State Parks Day to quickly locate these links and overviews.  The easy share buttons below are also available on many of the pages you will find on our Florida Nature Guide sites, so you can quickly share specific articles of interest with your friends and family.

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