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Making an Overnight Reservation

Whether you would like to pitch a tent, camp in your RV or stay the night in one of our modern cabins, this video shows you step-by-step how to reserve a campsite or cabin on our new reservation website. Learn how to create your account, find the perfect campsite or cabin, and make your reservation for the perfect Florida getaway.

Celebrate National Wildlife Day

Sept. 4 is National Wildlife Day and wildlife watching is one of the most exciting activities you can take part in at Florida State Parks. With an abundance of animals throughout the parks, seeing one of these creatures is sure to create a memorable experience during your time at one of our 175 state parks. Spotting wildlife can be a little tricky, especially if you’re exploring a new area on your adventure. Whether you’re hiking the trails or paddling down river, here are some tips to help you see more of Florida’s amazing wildlife this National Wildlife Day.

Reserve Your Spot at Colt Creek State Park!

Colt Creek State Park has more than 5,000 acres of native Central Florida habitat, a place to explore the natural communities and wildlife that make the park special. Visitors can enjoy more than 15 miles of multi-use trails - shared by hikers, bicyclists and horseback riders - that meander through the pine flatwoods and natural creeks and wetlands. Park lakes afford views of wading birds and alligators, as well as offer a place for anglers to cast their line from the lake's edge or from our 75-foot accessible dock. Canoes and kayaks are available to rent at the ranger station.