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N4AUG, Anastasia State Park (ANA) – The St. Augustine Amateur Radio Society (SAARS) will be doing the Florida State Parks on the Air at Anastasia State Park in St. Augustine this year. Planning to have a variety of stations and operating modes operating on 40 thru 15 meters. Possibly 6M if open. Expect an attendance of 12 to 15 Club members.
W4AFC, Honeymoon Island State Park (HNY) – Upper Pinellas Amateur Radio Club will be activating Honeymoon Island on Saturday & Sunday for FLSPOTA. Modes and bands to follow!
W4E, Egmont Key (EGK) – N1COR/WU2F/AA0O will be activating Egmont Key as W4E both days, planning to operate SSB on at least 20 and 40 simultaneously.
KK1TLS, Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway (CFG) – TEAM KK1TLS will be at Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway (CFG) on Saturday, at Felburn Park Trailhead , Crystal River. Sunday Unknown – Single User – (Wife does the watercolor QSL Cards) – 100 Watts SSB – 20M, 40M, Possible Other Frequencies SSB Only. 14:00 Zulu to approx 20:00 Z
W1JBW/KQ3S, Lake Manatee (MAN) – Brian (W1JBW) and Jim (KQ3S) will be activating Lake Manatee State Park, either Saturday or Sunday depending on the weather. 20M phone and possibly CW.
K4TN, Alafia River (ALA) – The Brandon Amateur Radio Society will activate Alafia River State Park on Saturday.
WA3RHW/4, Savannas Preserve (SAV) – Bruce (WA3RHW) is planning to activate the Savannas Preserve State Park in Port St. Lucie on Saturday and possibly Sunday. Planning single-op, single band (20 meters SSB), but that may change if the local club and members decide to make it a club activity and join.
K4PSL, Savannas Preserve (SAV) – Port Saint Lucie Amateur Radio Association are also planning to activate Savannas Preserve State Park KFF-3654 April 6.
K4LKL, Colt Creek State Park (CCR) – Single operator, low power SSB, possibly some CW and Digi. 20m primary, with capabilities for 40m-10m depending on conditions.