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Holidays in the Parks

Weird Weather We Are Having

Florida like the rest of the U.S. is really having a weird batch of weather the last couple of months. Generally, by now we should be in the groove of bright, warm days, medium cool nights and occasional showers. But mother nature seems to have a touch of Alzheimer’s or something. One day bright and …
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Free Admission For Veterans

Happy Veterans Day! We appreciate your Service and hope you and your family have a safe and happy weekend All of our Florida State Parks and Federal Public Land Areas are offering FREE Admission to Veterans tomorrow. We hope you will take advantage of these and enjoy our great parks throughout the state. It seems …
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Rain Rain and More Rain

Rain, rain and more rain! Over the last couple of weeks we have been getting hit with rain almost every single days. Some days we get at least a couple of inches at a time. Thus for the last week we have had large puddles of water all over our campsite and in the picnic …
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Beating The Summer Heat

Beating the summer heat seems to be the main occupation of almost everyone here in North Florida including us. We try to get most of our jobs done first thing in the morning or just after sunset or we will bake to a crisp even here is the shadiest park we have been to so …
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Working Holidays as Park Hosts

Working holidays as parks hosts or campground hosts in our Florida State Parks will take up quite a few of your required hours for the month. Not only do you have to get your regular duties done but you will more than likely get called in to set-up the park for any special events planned …
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First Two Weeks at Stephen Foster

Our first two weeks at Stephen Foster Cultural Center State Park in White Springs, Florida has been eventful, wet and a little tiring. We haven’t seen the sun very much since we got here and at least one morning we had icicles dripping from the RV (condensation from the fridge). Since there are no sewers …
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