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The St. George Island State Park is a state park in St. George Island, Florida. It is formally and officially known as Dr. Julian G. Bruce St. George Island State Park. The 2023-acre state park is noted for its stunning, yet undeveloped white sand beach. It was recently ranked as the #6 of the Top 10 Beaches in America by Dr. Beach.

Opened in 1980, the St. George Island State Park was originally uninhabited. It was used in the early 1900s for turpentining and then for training US Army soldiers during the World War II. It was opened as a state park in 1980, although, its beaches were already being used for recreational purposes since 1965.

Other outdoor activities available on the site include wildlife viewing, camping, boating, canoeing, fishing, kayaking, picnicking, hiking, and swimming.
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