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Florida Caverns State Park © John Bunting
Florida Caverns State Park © John Bunting
Florida Caverns State Park © John Bunting
Florida Caverns State Park © John Bunting
Florida Caverns State Park © John Bunting
Florida Caverns State Park © John Bunting
Walk on the Beach © stateparks.com
Mockingbird © stateparks.com
Manatee © stateparks.com
Manatee mother and her young show scars from boat propellers
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Old Railroad Bridge
FLORIDA CAVERNS STATE PARK OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
Day-UseFishingyes
 Hiking Trailyes
 Swimming Beachyes
 Bike Trailsyes
 Bridle Trailsyes
BoatingLaunch Rampsyes
CampingWater/Electric Sitesyes
 Full Hookup Sitesyes
AccommodationsGolf Courseyes
Camping
This 1,319-acre park has 38 campsites with electric and water hookups available for reservation through Reserve America.

Youth Camping

The youth camp is designed to accommodate organized groups, young and old alike. The setting allow all a chance to experience primitive group camping. The camp is located near the Visitors Center. It will accommodate up to 32 primitive campers. This area has 2 toilets, 1 cold shower, 1 water faucet, picnic tables, and 2 large fire pits. Fees for the youth area are $4.00 plus tax per night per person.
Visitors Center
The attractive Visitor Center provides historical interpretation in its walk-through museum and large screen video tour of the caverns. The Civilian Conservation Corps completed this park facility in 1942. The museum displays a large variety of exhibits offering cultural and natural resource information.

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