National Park Service Sites in Florida

Florida has the third largest National Park in the lower 48 States (after Death Valley and Yellowstone) at Everglades National Park. There's some beautiful seashores preserved at Canaveral and Gulf Islands, a couple of old Spanish forts at Castillo de San Marcos and Fort Matanzas... and some beautiful Florida Keys stuff at Dry Tortugas and Biscayne National Parks. Fort Caroline commemorates an early French Huguenot settlement in the Jacksonville area that was wiped out by the Spaniards very early in Florida's European history. Timucuan and Big Cypress are essentially biological and cultural preserves, saved before the modern forces of development got there and destroyed the last remnants of Florida-as-it-was before the Spanish first arrived so many years ago.

Looking up a long white sandy beach at Canaveral National Seashore

National Park Service Sites

The Spanish-built masonry fort at Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
National Park Services Sites in Florida
An aerial view of the parade grounds of Fort Jefferson at Dry Tortugas National Park
Photos courtesy of the National Park Service
Map courtesy of Cartesia MapArt US Terrain