Library cards can provide Floridians with summer adventures

Florida State Parks offering free day passes; camping registration not included

Floridians can use their library cards as a pass to adventure this summer.

Florida State Parks is partnering with the Florida Department of State, Florida’s Bureau of Library Development and local libraries throughout the state to offer #RealFloridaReader day passes so residents can continue their learning adventure while exploring new places.

Florida State Parks is partnering with the Florida Department of State, Florida’s Bureau of Library Development and local libraries throughout the state to offer #RealFloridaReader day passes so residents can continue their learning adventure while exploring new places.

Residents can head to their nearest public library and check out a book and a #RealFloridaReader day pass to get started on their next adventure. Those who don’t have a library card can visit their local library to get one. The library card and park pass are free.

Things to know include:

  • Each pass is good for one vehicle (up to eight people) and covers your entrance fee.
  • Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife, Skyway Fishing Pier and Weeki Wachee Springs state parks are excluded from the promotion.
  • The pass is for day-use access only and does not include camping registration or any other fees.
  • The promotion runs through Sept. 12.

Find out more at FloridaStateParks.org/RealFloridaReader.

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