Field Trip Notification:
Honeymoon Island State Park, Dunedin, FL June 12-13
Photo by Christina Rueb
This trip will be an informative look into beach nourishment and coastal geology of Honeymoon Island State Park. Honeymoon Island State Park is located in Pinellas County about four miles northwest of downtown Dunedin, and about two miles from the mainland shoreline. The island is part of a chain of barrier islands that parallels Florida’s Gulf Coast. The island is accessible from the mainland via highway State Road 586 and the Dunedin Causeway. The cost for this trip is $35 per person which will include lunch and drinks on Saturday and a trip guidebook. A general outline of the trip is provided in the PDF below.
This time of year is very busy for the area so reservations should be made as soon as
possible. We look forward to seeing you on this trip.
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