IMPORTANT: Governor DeSantis has issued an Executive Order called “Safer At Home” that calls on ALL Floridians and visitors to STAY HOME. You are permitted to engage in outdoor recreation including hiking and biking. DO NOT TRAVEL. Stay local. Check the bottom of any of our web pages for a list of Florida cities to find trails near you. Don’t see any? Let us know and we’ll look for them and add them. #keepitlocal
Daily, both state and local agencies and public outdoor recreation facilities across Florida are closing in response to the ongoing guidelines of both the Governor’s office and the CDC to enforce social distancing.
Most of these closures are in response to either A) the public overwhelming the recreation resource or B) protecting park staff who would otherwise be emptying trash cans and cleaning restrooms and other facilities, putting themselves at risk.
This is our all-in-one list of known statuses for public lands and facilities in Florida. If you are aware of additional closures, please email us or leave a comment below.
Please assume that popular swimming areas such as beaches and parks with springs will be closed for public safety. Also, expect restrooms to be locked.
Pack out what you bring in: do not add to trash cleanup needs. Do not visit a park if you are sick.
If you plan to day hike, please choose less-busy destinations such as state forests, wildlife management areas, county natural lands or water management district lands.
Paddlers and cyclists will find it easy to maintain a 6-foot distance from others except at trailheads and launch points. Be cautious in those areas and avoid touching surfaces whenever possible.
Stay close to home when you enjoy the outdoors #keepitlocal. This is not the time to travel around the state for recreation as every day it becomes riskier for your health – and everyone else – to do so.
Federally-Managed Public Lands
National Parks in Florida – OPEN: Big Cypress. CLOSED: Biscayne, Canaveral National Seashore, Castillo de San Marcos, DeSoto National Memorial, Dry Tortugas, Everglades, Fort Matanzas, Gulf Islands National Seashore, Timucuan Preserve. Open waters may still be accessed at Biscayne, Dry Tortugas, and Everglades. All land-based access and camping chickees CLOSED.
National Forest Campground and Recreation Area CLOSURES
National Forests in Florida – All Visitor centers are CLOSED. Many forest-managed campgrounds are now CLOSED, see below. Bathrooms will be locked at camping facilities and recreation areas that remain open. Questions? For Ocala, call 352-625-2520; Osceola, 386-752-2577; Apalachicola, 850-643-2282.
Quick overview of closures:
Apalachicola National Forest: Camel Lake, Hickory Boat Ramp, Leon Sinks, Prospect Bluff, Silver Lake, Springhill OHV, Trout Pond, Wright Lake.
Osceola National Forest: Hog Pen Landing, Ocean Pond, Olustee Beach, Olustee Battlefield Trail, The Landing
Ocala National Forest: ALL boat ramps, campgrounds, and recreation areas. Includes Alexander Run, Juniper Run
Trails appear to remain open unless accessed through a closed recreation area. Restrooms at trailheads that are open are locked.
National Wildlife Refuges – Hobe Sound NWR is CLOSED. Visitor centers at the following refuges are closed: Crystal River, Ding Darling, Florida Keys, Hobe Sound, and Loxahatchee. Merritt Island NWR has closed BioLab Rd, Manatee Observation Deck, and NW Haulover Canal Access (DETAILS). Public Notice for all Florida NWRs.
Army Corps of Engineers, Caloosahatchee River & Lake Okeechobee – All facilities CLOSED including Ortona Locks, W.P. Franklin North, and St. Lucie South. Refunds will be made for reservations already booked past Mar 23. Public Notice.
Army Corps of Engineers, Lake Seminole – Chattahoochee Day Use Park, Lower Pool Fishing Area, Faceville Landing and Campground, Ray’s Lake, West Bank Overlook, and Lock Road are CLOSED. Eastbank, River Junction and Hales Landing Campgrounds will close once the last camper leaves. Reynoldsville Landing, Cypress Pond Park, and Desser Landing are OPEN.
Avon Park Air Force Range – Public Recreation Area CLOSED until further notice.
Eglin Air Force Base – The majority of Eglin AFB remains open to recreational use. Beaches and White Point Recreation Area are CLOSED. Camping permits already issued will be honored but no more will be issued. Recreation permits may be obtained online but the Jackson Guard office is CLOSED. The PAM will not be updated as staff are furloughed. Nor will anyone answer the phones. Any trail closures will be via signage on the ground. Monitor iSportsman for updates.
Florida National Scenic Trail – OPEN, but portions of the trail have been closed by local land managers. Camping permits are no longer being issued by land managers who normally do so.
It is impossible to thru-hike because of the closures. It is not recommended to go backpacking, either. The Florida Trail Association sent a bulletin out on April 2 asking hikers to refrain from using the Florida Trail unless they live near it and their section is not crowded.
Here are the significant closures by section and their impacts:
Ocean to Lake Hiking Trail – ALL of the OTLHT corridor is now closed.
Kissimmee – ALL of the Kissimmee section is now closed with the exception of Three Lakes WMA / Prairie Lakes.
Orlando – All day use areas and backcountry campsites in Bronson, Little Big Econ, and Seminole State Forest are closed.
Ocala – All recreation areas and campgrounds, and parking areas at those recreation areas, closed. Random camping only. The 88 Store is closed.
Western Corridor – All campsites (including backcountry) closed in Richloam, Croom, and Citrus. The Cross Florida Greenway is CLOSED.
Northwest Florida – All day use areas and backcountry campsites closed in Rice Creek and Etoniah. Gold Head Branch state park closed. Ocean Pond closed at Osceola National Forest.
Suwannee – Stephen Foster and Suwannee River State Parks are closed. All day use areas and backcountry campsites in Twin Rivers State Park closed.
Apalachicola – Camel Lake Recreation Area closed. Fire issues near Vilas.
Central Panhandle – Backcountry campsites in Econfina Creek closed.
Eglin – No new camping reservations taken.
Blackwater – Blackwater River State Park closed. All day use areas and backcountry campsites and all recreation areas / campgrounds in Blackwater River State Forest closed.
Seashore – Santa Rosa Island closed by roadblocks at Navarre Beach and Pensacola Beach. All beaches closed. Santa Rosa Area / Opal Beach and Fort Pickens Area closed.
The Florida Trail Association Office is also CLOSED.
Because new closures are happening daily AND businesses are shutting down, we strongly recommend that everyone suspend backpacking the Florida Trail – including overnighters, section, and thru hikes – during this national emergency.
Please see the Florida Trail Association’s growing list of Notices to Hikers regards this constantly changing situation.
State-Managed Public Lands
Florida State Parks – All state parks are CLOSED. Public Notice.
Florida State Forests – All recreational facilities are CLOSED. Trails and general forest access remain OPEN. You may find trailhead gates locked, where possible, due to trailhead overuse. Most forest roads remain open. Public Notice (top of page). Facebook feed.
Cross Florida Greenway – CLOSED, including Rodman to Buckman Lock area. All campgrounds CLOSED. Facebook feed.
Florida Fish & Wildlife WEAs and WMAs – Closures only where jointly managed by a water management district or state reserve that has closed the area. All FWC campgrounds, shooting ranges, and offices CLOSED. On public lands where camping is currently allowed, dispersed wilderness camping (camping outside of designated campgrounds or where no permit is required) will continue to be allowed in WMAs, but only for groups of less than 10 people. Spring turkey hunting is still going on in some public lands. There is no truth to the rumor that FWC is stopping and fining boaters and paddlers. However, some counties, like Brevard and Hillsborough, can fine you for gathering on spoil islands.
Check this list before you go: Status Updates.
CENTRAL FLORIDA WMA CLOSURES: Chinsegut WEA Nature Center Tract closed to motorized vehicles (trailhead closure). Kissimmee Chain of Lakes, Lake Marion Creek, Largo Central Park Nature Preserve, Tenoroc.
SOUTH FLORIDA WMA CLOSURES: A-1, Avon Park, Babcock-Webb, Corbett, Dupuis, Everglades & Francis Taylor, Florida Keys, Frog Pond, Hickory Hammock, Holey Land, Hungryland, KICCO, Kissimmee PUA, Rocky Glades, Rotenberger, Southern Glades, STA 1/2/3. FMA CLOSURES: Caloosa Park Lake, Plantation Heritage Park Lake, Tropical Park Lake.
Water Management Districts. Florida has five water management districts controlling public land access in our river basins. Each sets its own policies, listed below.
Bay County: Pitt and Sylvan Spring; Econfina Canoe Launch
Escambia County: Otto Hill, Fillingim Landing, Pipes Landing, Sand Landing, Bluff Springs, Mystic Springs, Mystic Springs Ramp, Cotton Lake
Jackson County: Christoff Camp, Christoff Landing
Liberty County: Florida River Island
Santa Rosa County: Williams Lake, Keyser Landing, Webb Landing
Walton County: Dead River Landing Park, Lost Lake Campsite, Tilley Landing at Lost Lake
Washington County: Econfina Blue Spring, Sparkleberry Pond, Rattlesnake Lake North Campsite, Rattlesnake Lake North Day-Use, Rattlesnake Lake South, Whitewater Lake, Walsingham Park, Walsingham Campsite, Pine Ridge Equestrian Trail Campsite and Day-Use, Tom Johns Landing, White Oak Landing, Sea Shell, Longleaf, Devil’s Hole, Williford Spring, Boynton Landing, Spurling Landing, Cotton Landing, Burnt Sock Landing
South Florida Water Management District: MOST district-managed lands CLOSED until further notice. These include lands managed jointly with other agencies. Public Land Closures.
Southwest Florida Water Management District: All District pavilion and camping reservations are cancelled through May 18. Includes backcountry sites. Specific public lands are also CLOSED under further notice. See their list.
St. Johns River Water Management District: Both Emeralda Marsh and Lake Apopka Scenic Drives are closed until further notice. All camping areas on district lands are CLOSED. Public Notice.
Suwannee River Water Management District: Individual and small group day use of District lands will continue. However, groups larger than 10 people are prohibited. Goose Pasture individual camp and group camp sites are CLOSED. Public Notices.
County-Managed Public Lands
QUICK OVERVIEW: ALL county-managed public parks and natural areas are closed in Baker, Broward, Citrus, Columbia, DeSoto, Duval, Flagler, Gadsden, Hamilton, Highlands, Hillsborough, Holmes, Lee, Miami-Dade, Pasco, Polk, and Putnam Counties. Open space city parks may remain open depending on your city. MOST public beaches closed. Find your county below alphabetically for other status reports.
Alachua (Gainesville, High Springs) – SHELTER IN PLACE. Per the order: To engage in outdoor activity, provided the individual comply with social distancing, limiting gatherings to no more than 10 people, and all other measures as advised by the CDC, such as, by way of example and without limitation, walking, hiking, running, or biking. Individuals may go to public parks and open outdoor recreation areas.
PLAYGROUNDS are CLOSED. Poe Springs Park is CLOSED. Public Notices
Baker (Lake Butler) – All County Parks (including Knabb Sports Complex, Minger Field, St. Mary’s Shoals, and Veterans Memorial Park) are CLOSED. Public Notice.
Bay (Panama City Beach / Panama City) – All beaches closed in both the unincorporated part of Bay County as well as in Panama City Beach. Northwest Florida Water Management District has closed Pitt and Sylvan Spring, Econfina Canoe Launch. County parks remain open. Park Information.
Bradford (Starke) – No closures listed. County Information.
Brevard(Cocoa Beach, Melbourne, Titusville) – County parks and EEL Preserves remain OPEN except for Max Rodes Park and Jetty Park. Viera Wetlands CLOSED. All campgrounds, community centers, nature centers and EEL education centers are CLOSED. Beachfront parking CLOSED. Playalinda Beach CLOSED. Cities are setting their own rules for city parks and beaches. Check this daily status report regards city park and beach access closures. Public Notice.
Broward (Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood) – ALL beaches, parks, and natural areas CLOSED. Public Notice.
Charlotte (Englewood, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda) – Open space parks, preserves, and boat ramps OPEN. Myakka River State Forest CLOSED. Park facilities and recreational facilities closed. Public Notice.
Calhoun (Blountstown) – No closures listed.
Citrus (Crystal River, Inverness) – ALL county parks CLOSED. Boat ramps remain open. Public Notice.
Clay (Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, Orange Park) – Clay County parks, boat ramps and kayak launches are still open for individual use until sundown. No reservations for camping or facilities will be taken at this time. The town of Orange Park has CLOSED ALL parks. Public Notice.
Collier (Naples, Everglades City) – Parks and Preserves remain OPEN except CREW lands jointly managed with SFWMD. All beaches and beach parking closed. Parks with pools and splash pads have closed those water features. Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is CLOSED. Check this website before visiting a preserve.
Columbia (Lake City) – All county parks and recreation centers are CLOSED until further notice. Updates.
DeSoto (Arcadia) – All county parks are CLOSED. Public Notice.
Dixie (Cross City, Old Town) – No closures listed.
Duval (Jacksonville) – The Jacksonville Zoo, all beaches, and all City of Jacksonville parks CLOSED by the mayor’s orders on Mar 13. Public Notice.
Escambia (Pensacola) – Inland county parks remain OPEN. All public beaches (both sound side and gulf side) at Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key are now closed. Northwest Florida Water Management District has closed Otto Hill, Fillingim Landing, Pipes Landing, Sand Landing, Bluff Springs, Mystic Springs, Mystic Springs Ramp, Cotton Lake. Escambia County has postponed scheduled public activities, events, park rentals and programs held at county community centers and county parks as of March 17 until further notice. Public Notice.
Flagler (Flagler Beach, Palm Coast) – ALL beaches, bike trails, and county parks CLOSED. Public Notice.
Franklin (Apalachicola, St. George Island) – ALL beaches CLOSED as of March 21. Public Notice.
Gadsden (Chattahoochee, Quincy) – Gadsden County recognizes the serious nature of the COVID-19 global pandemic and, as a precautionary measure, all Gadsden County Parks, including RV/camping facilities at Pat Thomas Park, are CLOSED. Public Notice.
Gilchrist (Trenton) – Hart Springs Park is CLOSED until further notice. If you have a reservation for a shelter or pavilion, please call (352) 463-3444. The Campground will remain open ONLY for existing reservations and NO NEW reservations will be accepted.
Glades (Lakeport, Palmdale, Moore Haven) – No closures listed.
Gulf (Port St. Joe) – All beaches CLOSED as of March 26. Public Notice.
Hamilton (Jasper, White Springs) – ALL County Parks, Recreation Areas, and Community Centers CLOSED. Public Notice.
Hendry (Clewiston, Labelle) – No closures listed. Public Notices.
Hernando (Brooksville, Spring Hill) – Pine Island Park and the beach at Rogers Park are CLOSED. Public Notice.
Highlands (Lake Placid, Sebring) – All county parks CLOSED. Public Notice.
Hillsborough (Plant City, Tampa) – ALL county recreation centers, parks, conservation parks, and nature preserves are now CLOSED. Public Notice.
Holmes (Bonifay) – All county parks CLOSED. Public Notice.
Indian River (Sebastian, Vero Beach) – All beaches CLOSED. North County and Gifford Aquatic Centers CLOSED. County parks and conservation areas remain OPEN. Public Notice.
Jackson (Marianna) – Florida Caverns State Park and Three Rivers State Park are CLOSED, along with Westbank Overlook in Sneads. Northwest Florida Water Management District has closed Christoff Camp, Christoff Landing. All county parks remain OPEN.
Jefferson (Monticello) – No closures listed.
Lake (Clermont, Eustis, Leesburg, Mount Dora) – Lake County parks and trails remain OPEN Public Notice.
Lafayette (Mayo) – No closures listed.
Lee (Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Sanibel) – All Lee County parks and Conservation 20/20 preserves and paddlecraft launches are closed until further notice as of Thursday night, April 2, with the exception of boat ramps. County-owned boat ramps will remain open for regular hours at this time. Parking fees at all boat ramps are waived. Public Notice.
Leon (Tallahassee) – Leon County is under a STAY-AT-HOME order but individuals may visit parks. All campgrounds are CLOSED. All playgrounds, dog parks, and pavilions (with more than one picnic table) are CLOSED. Basketball courts and athletic fields are restricted to small group (fewer than 10) or individual play only. County trails, greenways, passive parks, and boat landings remain OPEN for small groups (fewer than 10). Public Notice
Levy (Cedar Key, Chiefland, Williston) – Blue Springs and Henry Beck Park are CLOSED. Public Notice.
Liberty (Bristol) – Northwest Florida Water Management District has closed Florida River Island.
Madison (Madison) – Cherry Lake Beach and Boat Ramp, the Madison County Recreation Park, and the Agricultural Center are CLOSED. All other county parks may be used by groups of no more than 10 people at once. Public Notice.
Manatee (Bradenton) – All public beaches and boat ramps are CLOSED. While trails remain OPEN, visitor centers and other gathering places at Emerson Point Preserve, Robinson Preserve, and Rye Preserve are CLOSED, as are county-owned pools and recreation centers. Rye Wilderness camping is now CLOSED. Please see the notice for specific restrictions. Public Notice.
Marion (Dunnellon, Ocala, Silver Springs) – All county sports complexes and boat ramps are CLOSED until further use. All pavilions, playgrounds and restrooms at all county parks and recreation areas are CLOSED until further notice. Some county parks remain OPEN with entry fees waived. Please consult this page to check on which parks are open or closed, as the CLOSED list has been growing.
Martin (Stuart) – ALL county owned beaches and boat ramps CLOSED. Bathtub Beach and Sailfin Splash Waterpark CLOSED. Phipps Park Campground reservations are no longer being accepted. Other county parks are OPEN. See list in the notice. Public Notice.
Miami-Dade (Homestead, Miami) – ALL parks, beaches and recreational facilities in the incorporated and unincorporated areas of Miami-Dade County are CLOSED. This includes Everglades National Park and Biscayne National Park (park waters remain open for both). Public Notice.
Monroe (Florida Keys) – The Florida Keys are CLOSED to visitors. Boat ramps are CLOSED. The County will continue to keep its county-owned parks and beaches OPEN for residents to practice social distancing that is productive for mental and physical health. County-owned playgrounds are being sanitized twice daily. Public Notice.
Nassau (Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach) – All beaches and campgrounds are CLOSED until further notice. Public Notice.
Okaloosa (Crestview, Destin, Niceville, Fort Walton Beach) – ALL beaches in Okaloosa County and the city of Destin are CLOSED. All playgrounds, campgrounds, and public restrooms are CLOSED. Only trails, boardwalks, passive parks, and boat ramps remain OPEN. Check their park status report on the Public Notice.
Okeechobee (Okeechobee) – All rental facilities closed at parks. Parks remain open. Public Notice.
Orange (Christmas, Ocoee, Orlando) – Orange County is under a STAY AT HOME ORDER and all of its municipalities are under curfew, effective March 20, 2020 from 11 PM to 5 AM. All campgrounds and boat ramps are now CLOSED. All youth, adult and senior programs and gatherings are suspended; all fitness centers, gyms, game rooms, tennis centers, playgrounds, basketball courts, volleyball courts, boat ramps, canoe/kayak launches, splash pads, Kelly Park swimming area and the Fort Gatlin Pool are CLOSED. County parks and natural lands OPEN. Individuals are permitted to visit parks for their health. Public Notices.
Osceola (Kissimmee, St. Cloud) – Osceola County is under a STAY AT HOME ORDER and all of its municipalities are under curfew, effective March 20, 2020 from 11 PM to 5 AM. Osceola County boat ramps, passive parks, trails and wilderness areas remain OPEN with normal hours of operation, with increased cleaning processes in place. Individuals are permitted to visit parks for their health. Public Notice.
Palm Beach (Boca Raton, Jupiter, Pahokee, West Palm Beach) – Effective March 25, all Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation Facilities are closed to the public until further notice. This includes beaches, boat ramps, marinas, and ERM Natural Lands. SWA lands are CLOSED. Public Notice. Grassy Waters Preserve nature center is closed but most trails remain OPEN. See their Facebook page for current status.
Pasco (Dade City, New Port Richey, Zephyrhills) – ALL parks and nature preserves CLOSED. All beaches and public beach parking, community centers, and county campgrounds CLOSED. Suncoast Trail and boat ramps remain open. Public Notice.
Pinellas (Clearwater, Dunedin, St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs) – Residents are under a SAFER AT HOME order. All events have been canceled at Pinellas County’s parks and preserves. The County’s parks and preserves remain open except for Sand Key Park, Fort De Soto Park, Heritage Village and the education centers at Weedon Island Preserve and Brooker Creek Preserve. At Fort De Soto, the campground remains open to those with existing reservations, and the boat ramp is open. Parks Status.
Polk (Frostproof, Lakeland, Lake Wales, Winter Haven) – ALL parks, trails, and natural lands are CLOSED effective 3/21. Includes City of Lakeland Parks. Public Notice.
Putnam (Palatka, Welaka) – ALL county owned and maintained parks, open spaces, community center buildings, sports facilities and playgrounds are CLOSED until further notice. Public Notices.
Santa Rosa (Milton, Navarre) – All beaches CLOSED, including the Santa Rosa Area of Gulf Islands National Seashore. Northwest Florida Water Management District has closed Williams Lake, Keyser Landing, Webb Landing. County and city parks otherwise OPEN but restrooms are closed. All campgrounds and backcountry campsites CLOSED in Blackwater River State Forest as well as Krul Recreation Area and the OHV trails. Public Notices.
Sarasota (Sarasota, Venice) – ALL beaches in Sarasota County are CLOSED. All dog parks, visitor centers, and indoor recreation facilities CLOSED. Many parks are also CLOSED, please consult this spreadsheet as the list keeps growing. It appears from the list that natural areas remain open. Yellow dots mean only a partial closure such as a restroom.
Seminole (Altamonte Springs, Oviedo, Sanford) – All county parks and natural lands remain OPEN except Chuluota Wilderness, which closes Mar 23 for habitat restoration work. Boat ramps CLOSED. Campground and pavilion rentals are CLOSED at county parks. Public Notice.
St. Lucie (Fort Pierce) – All BEACHES as well as St. Lucie County Aquarium, Regional History Center, Fenn Center, Fairgrounds, Oxbow Eco-Center CLOSED. All other parks and preserves remain OPEN. No new camping reservations accepted. Campers at Savannas County Park may stay put through Mar 30. A list of OPEN/CLOSED parks is now part of their Public Notice.
St. Johns (St. Augustine) – Beaches and beach parking are CLOSED. Recreation areas with facilities are CLOSED. Open green spaces and trails remain OPEN. Public Notice.
Sumter (Bushnell, The Villages) – No closures listed. Parks.
Suwannee (Live Oak) – Parks and recreation facilities will remain OPEN to the public. Anyone utilizing the ball fields and/or parks will be doing so at their own risk. Public Notice.
Taylor (Perry) – All county parks are closed and boat ramps are closed except Keaton Beach boat ramp for commercial fisherpersons with a Salt water license for the purpose of commercial fishing. Public Notice.
Wakulla (Crawfordville, Sopchoppy, St. Marks) – Shell Point Beach and Mashes Sands Beach are CLOSED. County boat ramps remain OPEN. The following County Parks are OPEN: Azalea Park, Hickory Park, Hudson Park, Medart Park, & Woolley Park Public Notice.
Walton (DeFuniak Springs, Freeport, South Walton 30A) – All beaches CLOSED. All county recreation facilities have been closed to the public. While parks are closed, boat ramps will remain open. Northwest Florida Water Management District has closed Dead River Landing Park, Lost Lake Campsite, Tilley Landing at Lost Lake. Public Notice.
Washington (Chipley) – Northwest Florida Water Management District has closed Econfina Blue Spring, Sparkleberry Pond, Rattlesnake Lake North Campsite, Rattlesnake Lake North Day-Use, Rattlesnake Lake South, Whitewater Lake, Walsingham Park, Walsingham Campsite, Pine Ridge Equestrian Trail Campsite and Day-Use, Tom Johns Landing, White Oak Landing, Sea Shell, Longleaf, Devil’s Hole, Williford Spring, Boynton Landing, Spurling Landing, Cotton Landing, Burnt Sock Landing. Public Notice.
Volusia (Daytona Beach, DeLand, New Smyrna Beach, Ormond Beach) – County mainland parks, trails and boat ramps remain OPEN to the public. Campgrounds, campsites, and playgrounds at all county-operated parks are CLOSED. Volusia County beaches have reopened for residents to exercise on them. No sunbathing. Check this notice for updates. Closure Notices.
City-Managed Public Lands
Crystal River – Hunter Springs Park and Beach is CLOSED
Deltona – All city parks are CLOSED
Flagler Beach – ALL beaches and parks CLOSED
Jacksonville – ALL City of Jacksonville parks and all beaches are CLOSED
Lakeland – ALL City of Lakeland parks CLOSED
Miami – ALL City of Miami parks CLOSED
Niceville – Turkey Creek Walk is CLOSED along with all playgrounds and dog parks
Orange Park – ALL City of Orange Park parks CLOSED
Panama City Beach – ALL beaches are CLOSED