Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park

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Camp Type: Tent, Cabin, RV
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Restroom: Flushing
Permit: Unknown
Shower: Yes
Wifi: Available
Entrance Fee: $5.00
Campfire: Allowed
Pet Fee: None
Leash Rule: On Leash

Make no bones about it, a trip to Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park should provide ample entertainment for hound-dog history buffs! It’d be a real faux-paw to explore all this park has to offer in one day, and the on-site Fido-friendly campground means that you don’t have to! The campground has almost everything you need to enjoy your furrific Floridian getaway in comfort. You’ll have access to hot showers, well-maintained restrooms, electricity, water and sewer hookups, and laundry facilities.

Sites at Stephen Foster Folk aren’t bad to look at, either! The park’s 39 sites -- a mixture of back-in and pull-through -- are all well shaded by stately, mature oak trees, and the Suwanee River is just a bone’s throw away. There are also five cabins available to rent, but you’ll need to leave your pup at home if you’d like a little more luxury. There’s a $5 per vehicle entrance fee, and sites start at $20.

The park itself is steeped in Florida’s folk music heritage. Dedicated in 1931 to famed composer Stephen Foster Folk, the park contains a museum, a memorial tower, and plenty of informative and educational placards. Your pup won’t be able to enter any of the buildings, of course, but you two can still take a wander around the grounds! If you can get someone to watch your pup, then the gift shop is a mutts-visit, boasting the best in local crafts. Visit on Memorial Day and you and your cultured canine can take part in many of the outdoor events as part of the Florida Folk Festival!

Your furry friend might find the trails a little more interesting, though. Stephen Foster Folk provides ample entertainment for doggo hikers, with plenty of fur-friendly routes snaking through the park's 800 acres. There’s even a stretch of the Florida Trail running along some gorgeous bluffs, providing stunning views of the azalea-threaded wooded wonderland below.

WiFi is available at Stephen Foster Folk, but cellular coverage varies from network to network. You’ll find drinking water available on-site. Remember to bring waste bags for your four-pawed pal, and have a pawesome time!

Wag! does not allow or encourage Pet Care Providers to bring dogs to parks.
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Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park 11016 Lillian Sanders Dr
White Springs, FL 32096
Open Year-Round
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Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park 11016 Lillian Sanders Dr
White Springs, FL 32096
Open Year-Round