Island of Hawaii State Parks
Information by the Department of Land and Natural Resources, Division of State
Parks. Listing includes all state parks on the Big Island. Park descriptions ...

  • | State Parks on the Island of Hawai'i 'Akaka Falls State Park End of 'Akaka Falls Road (Highway 220), 3.6 miles southwest of Honomu

  • Landscaped beach park with swimming during clam seas, bodysurfing during periods of shore breaks, sunbathing and other beach-related activities, picnicking and shelter lodging opportunities

  • 100.0 acres Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park In Napo'opo'o at end of Beach Road off Government Road from Pu'uhonua Road (Highway 160) or Lower Government Road from Mamalahoa Highway (Highway 11) at Captain Cook or Ke'ei Junction

  • Lifeguard services during weekends at Napo'opo'o Beach 4.0 acres Kona Coast (Kekaha Kai) State Park On Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway (Hwy

  • Separate, unpaved 1.5 mile access roads from highway lead to Mahai'ula and Kua Bay sections of the park

  • A 4.5-mile hike north through this wilderness park on the historic coastal trail, Ala Kahakai, leads to Kua Bay

  • Kua Bay section at north end of park offers beach-related activities

  • 6.7 acres Lapakahi State Historical Park On Akoni Pule Highway (Highway 270), 12.4 miles north of Kawaihae

    Hunting Island beach, Beaufort SC, USA
    Guide to the state park, area activities, and the lighthouse.

    John D. MacArthur State Park - An Island in Time
    Information regarding the parks wildlife and nature preserve. Includes schedules
    for park activities, day camps and tours.

    TPWD: Mustang Island State Park
    History, activities, and a guide to the facilities; includes map and hours.


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    Default PLESK Page
    Guide for the area including lifestyles, attractions, fishing, camping and restaurants.

  • Hilton Head Island, Hunting Island State Park, beach and historic Lighthouse

  • Hunting Island State Park, one of the most popular State Parks in South Carolina and the world famous Hunting Island Lighthouse are also located here

    Hunting Island State Park, South Carolina
    Personal page about this secluded barrier island.

    Main Page - Anastasia State Park » Florida State Parks
    Beachside camping, picnic areas and canoe rentals.

  • | Manager's Message Anastasia State Park is a joy in summer

  • You never know what beautiful things you may see here in the park

  • Participants see all the ecosystems of the park

  • Please enjoy your visit as much as we enjoy serving you! - Paul Crawford, Park Manager Welcome to Anastasia State Park Anastasia State Park welcomes visitors from all over the world to enjoy the remarkable natural and cultural treasures we steward

  • Anastasia State Park, located just south of historic St

  • Neighboring Park : Fort Mose Historic State Park Many visitors to Anastasia do not realize that just a short drive north is Fort Mose Historic State Park

  • For Information about Anastasia State Park, please call 904-461-2033

  • Hours of Operation Florida state parks are open from 8 a.m

  • 1.5 miles north to main park entrance

  • Travel approx 1.5 miles north to main park entrance

  • (Turn right after The Surf Station.) Fort Mose Historic State Park is located just east of US-1 at the end of Saratoga Street in northern St

  • Park Fees Pedestrian $1.00 Bicyclist $1.00 Passenger in vehicle with annual individual pass-holder $1.00 Single-occupant vehicle $3.00 Vehicle $5.00 Campsite $25.07 Fort Mose free Anastasia State Park 1340-A A1A South St

    Main Page - Dr. Julian G. Bruce St. George Island State Park ...
    Information on Beaches, Boating and Camping in the State Park. The park has Nine
    miles of undeveloped beaches and dunes, surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and ...

  • | Manager's Message Immediately after the damage caused by Hurricane Dennis in July of 2005 reconstruction plans were under way to rebuild the park

  • A total of 340 tons of debris has been removed by park staff and 64, 000 cubic yards of sand has been moved from roadways including the East End access road which will remain closed until further repairs can be completed

  • The new park office has been completed and is now open

  • Construction of two beach restrooms, boardwalks, parking areas and four miles of paved roads has been completed and is now open to the public for use

  • For park updates or other information, please call our office at (850)927-2111

  • - Tony Tindell, Park Manager Welcome to Dr

  • George Island State Park Miles of undeveloped beaches and emerald waters provide the perfect setting for this park

  • The park offers ample opportunities for sunbathing, swimming, canoeing, boating, hiking, camping, and nature study

  • Few parks offer better opportunities for gulf coast shelling

  • Shore birds such as the snowy plover, least tern, black skimmer, and willet often nest along the park´s sandy shores and grass flats

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    Harris Beach State Park
    Named after the Scottish pioneer George Harris who settled here in the late 1880s
    to raise sheep and cattle. The park boasts the largest island off the Oregon.

  • HARRIS BEACH STATE PARK Harris Beach was named after the Scottish pioneer George Harris who settled here in the late 1880s to raise sheep and cattle

  • The park boasts the largest island off the Oregon coast

  • The park offers sandy beaches interspersed with eroded sea stacks

  • The park's beauty changes with the seasons

  • Wildlife viewing opportunities are abundant (), with gray whales on their winter and spring migrations, Harbor seals, California sea lions, sea birds and the rich marine gardens make the park a fascinating stop

  • (177k; full park brochure and map; requires ) (96k; just the campground map; requires ) Vital stats 36 full hookup, 50 electrical, 63 tent (maximum site 50 feet, cable TV hookups in selected campsites); 6 ; hiker/biker camp

  • Park rates (subject to change) May 1 to September 30 Full rate: $21 Electrical hookup: $21 Tent site: $17 Special: $1 for cable Hiker/Biker: $4 Yurt: $29 Extra vehicle: $5 October 1 to April 30 (Discovery Season) Full rate: $17 Electrical hookup: $17 Tent site: $13 Special: +$1 for cable Hiker/Biker: $4 Yurt: $29 Extra vehicle: $5 Services Camping Accessible camping Tent Electric Full hookup Yurts, cabins, tepees OR wagons Showers Dump station Reservations Hiker/Biker Playgrounds Picnicking Wildlife watching Bird watching Marine mammal watching Terrestrial mammal watching Native plant Boating Fishing Swimming Beach access Walking trail Special events Nature programs Interpretive events Forest Wetland Rock formations Marine Beach Interpretation Interpretive tours Evening programs Interpretive signs ADA restroom Year-round Restrooms Related Links Visitor Tales Read them

    Fenwick Island State Park -- Delaware State Parks
    A relaxing escape from the summer crowds that offers swimming, sunbathing, and

  • Fenwick Island State Park Open daily, 8 a.m

  • c/o Delaware Seashore State Park Inlet 850 Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (302) 227-2800 E-mail Concessions/ Beach and Boat Rentals Special Events at Fenwick Island Little Assawoman Bay Birdwatching Boat Rentals Maps and Driving Directions and current weather conditions at Fenwick Island The Quiet Beach Situated between the popular resort towns of Bethany Beach to the north and Fenwick Island and Ocean City to the south, Fenwick Island State Park is a relaxing escape from the summer crowds

  • Before the area became a park, the dynamic forces of nature constantly changed the narrow strip of barrier dunes between the Atlantic Ocean and Little Assawoman Bay, keeping the area wild and undeveloped

  • The area that is Fenwick Island State Park remained largely undisturbed, even as the towns of Bethany Beach and Fenwick Island were established

  • In 1926, a statewide survey classified the park area as public lands, which were soon assigned to the state Highway Department

  • Later, during World War II, the park lands were used as part of Delaware's coastal defense system

  • A concrete observation tower from the war era still stands near the northern boundary of the park

    Delaware Seashore State Park -- Delaware State Parks
    Six miles of shoreline with swimming, sunbathing, surfing, fishing, boating, and

  • Delaware Seashore State Park Most areas are open 8 a.m

  • For specific hours of operation, call the Park Office 130 Coastal Highway Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971 (302) 227-2800 Campground (302) 539-7202 Indian River Marina 39415 Inlet Road (302) 227-3071 E-mail the Park Office Beach Cottages at Indian River Amenities at Delaware Seashore Refreshments, Snacks, Rentals Indian River Marina Special Programs at Delaware Seashore Delaware Seashore Preservation Foundation (Outside Link) and current conditions at Delaware Seashor e Six Miles of Ocean and Bay Shoreline Water, water everywhere describes Delaware Seashore State Park

  • Bounded on the east by the mighty Atlantic Ocean, and on the west by Rehoboth Bay and Indian River Bay, the 2825-acre park is a beach-goer's delight

  • The State Park Commission (now the Division of Parks and Recreation) began operating Delaware Seashore State Park in 1965

  • Today, the park is a major attraction for millions of visitors who enjoy the large variety of water-related activities available along Delaware's coast

  • Please check with the Park Office for availibility of activities and amenities when planning your visit

    Lake Erie Islands State Park (Catawba, Kelleys, South Bass)
    Four state parks offer unique island retreats with an atmosphere both festive
    and casual. Fishing, boating and swimming can be enjoyed at each park.

  • | Lake Erie Islands State Park For all parks contact: Catawba Island 4049 E

  • Erie Activities Fishing yes Picnicking yes Picnic Shelters 2 Boating Boating Limits UNL Overnight Dock Rental 20 Boat/Jetski Rental yes Launch Ramps 1 Winter Ice Skating (Lake Erie) yes Ice Fishing yes Facilities Rustic Cabin (seasonal) 1 Cabents (seasonal) 4 Camping Non-electric Campsites 125 Full-Service Campsites 10 Pets Permitted yes Showers (seasonal) yes Flush Toilets (seasonal) yes Dumpstation yes Youth Group Camp, capacity 50 Limestone cliffs, historic wineries, crystal caverns and a shimmering Great Lake greet visitors to the Lake Erie Islands state parks

  • These five state parks offer unique island retreats with an atmosphere both festive and casual

  • Fishing, boating and swimming can be enjoyed at each park

  • Limited hunting is permitted in designated areas of the park

  • Check with the park office for details

  • Catawba This day-use park also serves as the main headquarters for Kelleys Island, South Bass and Oak Point and state parks

  • Oak Point Located on the northwestern tip of South Bass Island, this day-use park offers a scenic picnic area, fishing access and overnight docking facilities


    Indian Lake State Park
    Offers a diversity of water related recreational opportunities.

  • | Indian Lake State Park 12774 State Route 235 N Lakeview, OH 43331 Park Office (937) 843-2717 Campground (937) 843-3553 1-866-644-6727 for camping and getaway rental reservations Recreation Facilities Quantity Resource Land, acres 800 Water, acres 5800 Activities Fishing yes Hunting yes Hiking Trail, miles 7 Picnicking yes Picnic Shelter, # 5 Swimming Beach, feet 1400 Summer Nature Programs yes Nature Center yes Boating Boating Limits UNL Seasonal Dock Rental, # 510 Launch Ramps, # 5 Winter Snowmobiling yes Ice Skating yes Cross-Country Skiing yes Ice Fishing yes Ice Boating yes Camping Non-electric Campsites 43 Campsites with Elec., # 416 Full Service Campsites 13 Pet Area yes Campground Beach yes Showers yes Flush Toilets yes Dump Station yes Camp Commissary yes Group Camp, capacity 60 Camper Cabin, # 2 Indian Lake offers a diversity of water-related recreational opportunities

  • Boating, fishing, skiing and camping are highlights of this multi-use park

  • The park's group camp area may be reserved by advanced registration

  • Five shelters may be reserved by calling the park office

  • Check out at the park

  • At one time, Indian Lake was known as the "Midwest's Million Dollar Playground." In 1949, the old Department of Conservation was abolished and Indian Lake became part of the newly-created Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks and Recreation

    A Ramble in Reid State Park - A Virtual Tour of a Maine Island ...
    Come along on a virtual tour of Reid State Park in Georgetown, a beach haven that
    is an outdoor and ocean lover's paradise. article.

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  • During winter months, the park caters to those interested in cross-country skiing or snowshoeing

  • Individual admission to the park (as of August, 1999) is $2.50, free for those over 65 and under 5 and 50 cents for children ages 5 to 11

  • If you plan to be in Maine for an extended vacation, you may find that a season parks pass for all of is worth the investment

  • Though my recent visit to Reid State Park was on a gray early August day, the photos in this virtual tour still capture the majesty of Maine's shoreline, from its clean, sandy beaches, to the unique contrast of growing things against the backdrop of tide-carved rock formations, to the teeming, churning sea itself

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    Woods Island State Park
    Provides description of facilities, campground map, directions, and contact

  • Woods Island State Park Located in St

  • Albans Contact Info Woods Island State Park c/o Burton Island State Park Box 123 St

  • Albans Bay, Vermont 05481 Park Phone: 802-524-6353 Season: May 26 - September 4 Directions: Woods Island is located a short distance from Burton Island

  • Facilities: One of three neighboring island parks in Lake Champlain’s “inland sea”, Woods Island became Vermont's forty-fifth state park in 1985

  • The Vermont Division of State Parks intends to preserve the primitive character of the island and asks your cooperation in observing its guidelines for island use

  • A permit may be obtained through Burton Island State Park (two miles south), and is necessary before setting up

  • Reservations (2-night minimum unless traveling by paddlecraft) made within two weeks of your stay are handled through Burton Island State Park

  • is the best place to park and get directions on boating to Woods Island, Knight Island or Burton Island

    Knight Island State Park
    Provides description of facilities, campground map, directions, and contact

  • Knight Island State Park Located in North Hero Contact Info Knight Island State Park c/o Burton Island State Park Box 123, St

  • Albans Bay, Vermont 05481 Park Phone: 802-524-6353 Season: May 26 - September 4 Directions: Knight Island is located in northern Lake Champlain and can be reached only by boat

  • Facilities: Knight Island, acquired by the State in 1990, is one of three neighboring island parks in Lake Champlain's "inland sea”

  • The others are and State Parks

  • The park includes all but 10+ acres of private land on the island's southern tip

  • When on Knight Island, please respect the rights of the park neighbor and keep off the southern end

  • Call Burton Island State Park (802) 524-6353 for information

  • is the best place to park and get directions on boating to Woods Island, Knight Island or Burton Island

  • Reservations (2-night minimum unless traveling by paddlecraft) made within two weeks of your proposed stay are handled through Burton Island State Park

    New York State Parks :: Wellesley Island State Park
    Fineview; offers description, directions, hours, and list of attractions.

  • Wellesley Island State Park ¤ Named in 2005 as one of Reserve America's Top Outdoor Locations

  • Wellesley Island State Park has the largest camping complex in the Thousand Islands region

  • To accommodate boaters, the park has a full service marina and four boat launches

  • One of the main attractions of the park is the Minna Anthony Common Nature Center, which includes a museum, varied habitats such as wooded wetlands, 3 miles of shoreline and open granite outcrops, and miles of trails for hiking, cross-country skiing and nature education

  • Attractions: Beach Biking Boat Launch Sites Boat Rentals Cabins Camper Recreation Campsites Dockage Dumping Station(s) Empire Passport Accepted Fishing Food Golf Group Camping Hiking Hunting Ice Fishing Marina Museum/Vistor Center Nature Trail Picnic Tables Playground Playing Field(s) Powerboats Recreation Programs Showers Snowshoeing Tent/Trailer Sites Vacation Rentals X-Country Skiing Reservations: or call 1-800-456-CAMP Directions: Route 81 to exit 51, (the Thousand Islands International Bridge) cross the bridge to park entrance

  • Nearby Properties: | © 2006 New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation

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    Sandy Point State Reservation
    Located at the very southern tip of Plum Island. Passive recreational activities
    such as walking, beachcombing, fishing and birdwatching are allowed.

  • Sandy Point State Reservation Sandy Point State Reservation Parker River Wildlife Refuge Rd., Ipswich (978) 462-4481 Sandy Point is at the very southern tip of Plum Island, a classic Atlantic Ocean barrier island

  • The 77-acre park is among the state's most beautiful and popular coastal beaches

  • Access is through the abutting Parker River National Wildlife Refuge

  • Parking is allowed only in two designated areas, which together hold 50 cars

  • To provide maximum protection for endangered species, the federal government may close the entire beach at Parker River Refuge

  • Park Directions Sandy Point State Reservation is located on the northeastern coast of Massachusetts

  • Take your first right onto Sunset Drive and travel 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) to the entrance of Parker River Wildlife Refuge

  • The park is approximately 6 miles from the entrance to the Refuge

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