07/20/04--Photo by Will Dickey--Sea oats thrive on Little Bird Island near the Big Talbot Island State Park.

Become A Friend ofTimucuan Parks Foundation

Your contributions support Timucuan Park Foundation’s mission to preserve, promote and enhance the heritage of your local parks. By becoming a member, you join your community in supporting the Foundation’s programs to achieve this mission.

When you join as a Friend, you receive a Timucuan Park Foundation decal (great to place on your car’s back window or stick onto your reusable water bottle) and a Timucuan Park Foundation park map brochure.

Help Preserve Our Natural Spaces

Above all, you will be a vital part in rooting these treasures in the community for all to enjoy.

Cedar point


Timucuan Parks Foundation partners with schools and civic organizations to provide hands-on learning experiences to grow next generation stewards.

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Numerous park projects bring out volunteers who donate their time and talent to enhance our 23 Timucuan parks, preserves and outdoor spaces.

03/05/04--Photo by Will Dickey--A snowy egret flies off its perch at Round Marsh in the Theodore Roosevelt Preserve.


Timucuan Parks Foundation works with our park partners in applying innovative solutions to restore and build up the resiliency of threatened shorelines.

Membership Options

Memberships start at just $25 and can be gifted to friends and family. When you become a member, you will receive a Timucuan Park Foundation decal and a Timucuan Park Foundation park map brochure.

Membership Levels

  • Best Friend - $25
  • Trail Steward - $50
  • Park Steward - $100
  • Land Steward - $250
  • Timucuan Steward - $500
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Become a Member