Check our Seafood Festival Calendar for updates post-Michael
State Park Campground Closure List
Click on link to each park for more information.
- Constitution Convention Museum State Park, Gulf County CLOSED
- Dr. Julian G. Bruce St. George Island State Park, Franklin County CLOSED
- Falling Waters State Park, Washington County Campground CLOSED
- Florida Caverns State Park, Jackson County CLOSED
- San Marcos de Apalache Historic State Park, Wakulla County CLOSED
- St. Andrews State Park, Bay County Campground is CLOSED
- T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, Gulf County CLOSED
- Three Rivers State Park, Jackson County CLOSED
- Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, Walton County Partial campsite closure
- Torreya State Park, Liberty & Gadsden Counties CLOSED
Check your campground reservations:
Visitors with campground or cabin reservations should contact Reserve America for reservation information at 888-622-9190 (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) or TDD (888) 433-0287.
For additional updates, go to www.floridastateparks.org
Want to help state park efforts?
- Donate: Support the Florida Park Service Ranger Association, who have provided funds for affected staff. The Florida State Parks Foundation and the specific park “Friends” groups are providing funds to aid in recovery.
- Volunteer: Parks will need volunteers to assist in cleanup efforts when they can be safely accessed. I encourage you to complete a Florida State Parks volunteer application or visit Volunteer Florida to learn other ways you can help the community.
- Visit: Show your support for the parks by visiting one of the more than 160 parks that are open. These include some parks in the Panhandle like Edward Ball Wakulla Springs, Camp Helen and Ponce de Leon Springs state parks. The parks provide a place to relax, escape and experience the Real Florida℠.
State Forests in the Panhandle/North Florida
Check the status for individual campgrounds here: Dept. of Agriculture
Gulf Islands National Seashore — OPEN, except…
Temporary Road Closures:
Hurricane Michael: Highway 399 through the Santa Rosa Area (between Pensacola Beach and Navarre Beach) will remain closed for approximately three months while repairs are completed. Read the news release and visit our After A Storm page to learn more.
The Battery Cooper Loop Road at the Fort Pickens Area is closed.
Temporary Facility Closures:
The Davis Bayou Fishing Pier is currently closed due to hurricane damage.
Little Langdon restrooms north of Battery Langdon are closed.
The Fort Pickens Campground Store is currently closed until further notice.
Seasonal Facility Closures:
There are currently no seasonal facility closures.
Apalachicola National Forest — Closed
All offices, roads, trails and campgrounds on the Wakulla and Apalachicola Ranger Districts are closed until further notice.
The Osceola and Ocala National Forests remain open. They, and other national forests in the Southern Region unaffected by Hurricanes Michael and Florence, will continue to waive fees at campgrounds and concessionaire-managed sites for evacuees and displaced individuals from both storms.
Wildlife Management Area closures
Check latest closure status here: myFWC.com/notices/