Florida National Parks Association will be installing nine electric car charging stations throughout south Florida’s National Parks in the upcoming months. Each station can charge two cars at a time. Locations include: one at Biscayne National Park; three at Everglades National Park, including one at the Ernest Coe Visitor Center, Flamingo, and Shark Valley; and a station in Big Cypress Preserve, including the Oasis Visitor Center and one at Marathon Gas Station at Carnestown.

Questions regarding charging stations can be directed to the Florida National Parks Association main office, +1 (305) 247 1216.

Florida National Parks Association has limited operations due to COVID-19. We apologize for any delay in responses. We are monitoring updates and following the guidance of our National Park Service partners. Please keep visiting our website for updates.

We have opened our retail stores at Royal Palm in Everglades, Fort Jefferson in Dry Tortugas, and Convoy Point in Biscayne. 

Biscayne National Park Institute has resumed operations with limited programs.

Our online store is still open and purchases are being processed as normal. Thank you for your continued support!

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