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State Parks Giving Florida State Fans A Perk

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View of lighthouse framed by coconut palm trees; alongside aquamarine-colored Atlantic Ocean at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. (Photo source: floridastateparks.org)

View of lighthouse framed by coconut palm trees; alongside aquamarine-colored Atlantic Ocean at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. (Photo source: floridastateparks.org)

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – Fans of Florida State’s Seminole or the University of Central Florida’s Golden Knights are getting a break this month at the state’s parks.

The Florida Park Service is celebrating the bowl game wins of the ‘Noles and Knights by offering fans half-price admission Mondays through Thursdays if they wear their FSU and UCF hats or shirts.

Students from the schools can get into state parks for half-price by showing student IDs.

There’s one catch. The offer also isn’t good on January 20th, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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