Plan Your Visit
The Timucuan Preserve is a 46,000-acre area with individual park sites to visit. Each park site is unique for an aspect of natural or cultural history. There are many ways to access areas within the Preserve, so planning your visit with the directions and materials on these pages will start you on a path that leads to enjoyable and educational experiences.
Click here for information about the park's seven Passport to Your National Parks stamps.
Did You Know?
The word "Caroline" - while feminine in gender - does not refer to a female of that name but rather a geographic area. The word "Caroline" comes from Old French which loosely translated means "the
land belonging to Charles," in this case King Charles IX of France. More...