The Friends of Talbot Islands State Parks is

excited to share with you our latest effort to

raise awareness and funding to assist the

rangers of the seven state parks within the 

Talbot Islands system.

We are all in need of safe ways to get back out

and enjoy this amazing world!

What better way to get out and enjoy the beautiful waters surrounding our parks and the northeast

Florida area than in a Kayak Fishing Tournament!?!

FRIENDS OF TALBOT ISLANDS STATE PARKS

We are the Citizen Support Organization for Amelia Island State Park, Big & Little Talbot Islands, Fort George Island, Yellow Bluff Fort, Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve and George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier

 

Founded in 1997, our members and their love of the parks are the keystone of our organization.

As a citizen support organization (CSO), our mission is to support Talbot Islands State Parks through outreach, programming, volunteerism and projects that ensure these beloved parks can provide current and future generations enjoyment and appreciation of these wild and breathtaking Florida landscapes.

Our efforts provide engagement and investment in our public lands through education, events, staff development and facility improvements. Whether you are a hands-on volunteer, a student or life-long learner, we welcome your participation.

Contact Us

12157 Heckscher Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32226

friendsoftalbotislands@gmail.com

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