The Palm Beach County Library System is partnering with the State Library of Florida and Florida State Parks to provide access to the Real Florida Reader Day Pass for members.
With the Real Florida Reader Day Pass, residents may continue their learning adventure while enjoying time exploring new places. For an extra challenge, the library invites everyone to check out a book about Florida’s wildlife and natural resources to identify the flora, fauna or habitats seen at the park.
With your library card, check out the Real Florida Reader Day Pass that provides free park admission to Florida’s state parks.
The pass will provide access to 175 state parks. It will not provide access to Ellie Schiller Homasassa Springs, Skyway Fishing Pier and Weekie Wachee Springs state parks. This pass also does not provide access to any local, municipal, county or federal parks.
The pass provides access for one vehicle with up to eight people in the vehicle. The pass will not exempt the user from any ancillary fees associated with the park. This pass program ends on Sept. 12.
Real Florida Reader Day Pass may be checked out for 14 days, and no more than one pass may be checked out on each library card at a time. The pass is not renewable.
You can place a hold on the pass from the library’s web catalog at www.pbclibrary.org and enter “The Real Florida Reader” in the search box, then click the “Place Hold” button. For more information about the program, visit www.floridastateparks.org/realfloridareader.