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The Tomoka State Park is a state park in Ormond Beach, Florida. It features the site where the Tomoka and Halifax rivers meet.

The Tomoka State Park traces its roots back to the time when Native Americans used to reside in the area. They lived off the fish-filled lagoons and communed with nature. Today, the site is preserved to protect several endangered species like the West Indian Manatee. Aside from the manatee, there area also hundreds of different species of fauna that calls the site ?home? that are being protected by the site.

Established in 1945, the Tomoka State Park offers a lot of outdoor activities ncluding fishing, hiking, picnicking, camping, boating, and canoeing. Wildlife viewing is also possible with the site?s rich fauna.
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