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National Public Lands Day - Honeymoon Island
The Friends of the Island Parks are participating in National Public Lands Day at Honeymoon Island State Park on Saturday, September 29th at 9am. Join us for a volunteer session to help tidy up the park.
We'll have teams for Beach Cleanup, Trail Maintenance, Memorial Bench Restoration, Native Plant Garden Maintenance, and Mangrove Cleanup (kayak required).
Sign up online at www.islandparks.org or call Ray at 727.415.1615.
More About Honeymoon Island State Park
More than 900,000 guests visit Honeymoon State Park every year, according to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The 2,810-acre park, home to ospreys and great horned owls, is a beautiful barrier island inhabited by shorebirds. Visitors can swim, fish or study nature. Two nature trails traverse pine and mangrove forests, and pets are allowed in designated areas. The Cafe Honeymoon, right on the beach, offers stunning views of the water off the barrier island's shore and is a great location for events.