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Fun on Hontoon Island State Park

Fun on Hontoon Island State Park


Did you know that in our very own Volusia County there is an Island you can only get to by taking a ferry? Happy DeLand took that ride to Hontoon Island State Park that is quaintly nestled between the St. Johns River and Hontoon Dead River.

Fun on Hontoon Island with Happy DeLand!HELLO from Hontoon Island State Park! Thousands of years old and over 1,650-acres on the St. John’s River with activities including: Fishing, Playground, Camping, a Store and 3 miles of hiking trails along with 5 miles of service roads to explore. With FREE daytime admission including the ferry, this is definitely one of Happy DeLand’s favorite Historic and FUN spots! #WeAreHappyDeLand

Posted by Happy DeLand on Monday, May 23, 2016


Rentals, Wildlife, Fishing and So Much To See

Hontoon Island State Park is open from 8am- 1 hr before sunset, so you definitely want to get there as early as possible to see all that you can. We saw fish, old beautiful trees and took a very nice hike. You can kayak, canoe, fish, camp, picnic, hike, and take enough photographs to fill a book! Haven’t been able to visit yet? That is OK, they are open year round! Enjoy!


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