The Florida Natural Areas Inventory is the central repository for information on Florida's conservation lands. The FNAI Conservation Lands database includes boundaries and statistics for more than 2,800 federal, state, local, and private managed areas, all provided directly by the managing agencies. National parks, state forests, wildlife management areas, local and private preserves are examples of the managed areas included.
While we maintain ongoing data exchange with federal and state agencies and many local governments, we encourage local governments and private organizations to submit conservation lands information for our database. To submit information on managed areas, e-mail Nathan Pasco.
View and interact with Conservation Lands, Florida Forever Projects, Florida Forever Acquisitions, and Conservation Easements in a single map.
Click the map image to launch the map or here
For tips and instructions on using map tools click "map help" at the top of the map. Not all conservation lands are open to the public; contact managing agency for additional information.
The Florida Natural Areas Inventory is the primary source for information on Florida's conservation lands. Each year FNAI compiles a definitive summary report on the acreage of conservation lands by managing agency, including Less-Than-Fee lands.