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St. Andrews State Park

Surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and St. Andrews Bay, St. Andrews State Park offers swimming, snorkeling, and surfing in emerald waters. The park's sugar white sands make it a favored stopover for migratory birds and butterflies. In addition to its mile-and-a-half of pristine fishing and swimming beaches, the park invites visitors to meander through pine forests, dunes, and coastal plant communities, or even opt for an overnight stay at the campground.


Hours: 8:00 AM - Sundown
Prices: $8 per Vehicle


  • Breakfast With a Ranger 

  • Water Lettuce Warriors 

  • Yoga in the Park 

Activities or Attractions

  • Snorkeling 

  • Swimming 

  • Glamping 

  • Hiking 

  • Boating 

  • Fishing 

  • Can I reserve a picnic shelter?
    In general, parks offer picnic shelters on a first-come, first-served basis. However, some picnic shelters may be reserved.
  • Can I fish at state parks? Do I need a fishing license?
    Fishing locations are abundant in Florida's state parks. Check the individual park's webpage for specific information.