ALERT: Some parks may be operating under restricted access and/or services due to COVID-19. Please visit our PARKS UPDATE PAGE to learn which parks are affected.

PARK CLOSURES, OPENINGS & ONLINE RESOURCES

Public Health & Safety Regarding Coronavirus COVID-19

 

OPEN: City parks and preserves.

OPEN: State parks in Jacksonville are open with restrictions. See below for detail.

OPEN: National park sites are open as detailed below.

See below for lists of parks.

Timucuan Parks Foundation is the nonprofit that provides programming, funding, and volunteers for Jacksonville’s wilderness parks including but not limited to the city’s nature preserves, state parks, and national park sites. Our park partners are JaxParks (City of Jacksonville), Talbot Islands State Parks (Florida State Parks), and Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve (National Park Service). TPF is the official charity partner and friends group of Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve.

For more information, please send an email to info @ timucuanparks.org.

WHICH PARKS ARE WHICH

Florida State Parks

Talbot Islands State Parks

Find out safety updates, park and campground access, and visitation hours of Florida State Parks in Jacksonville at the following:

SAFETY UPDATES

Keep up with news on the Florida State Parks safety update page.

ANNUAL ENTRANCE PASS

Visit the Florida State Parks annual pass page for more details about purchasing an annual pass.

CAMPING & LODGING RESERVATION

Visit the Florida State Parks camping reservations page to book camping and lodging sites.

National Park Service

Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve

  • Fort Caroline National Memorial – visitor center is open at reduced capacity. Hours are Wednesday – Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Public restrooms are open. The dock is open effective March 11, 2021 as a fixed dock (not floating).
  • Kingsley Plantation – visitor center and gift shop open at reduced capacity. Hours are Wednesday – Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Public restrooms are open. The dock is closed due to damage.

And the following Timucuan Preserve trails are OPEN sunrise to sunset:

ONLINE RESOURCES

Reach the parks virtually with these resources as we keep our distance to stop the spread of COVID-19: