Submit Logs

Note: All logs are due no later than 14 days after the event!

All submitted logs will be forwarded to the KFF-WWFF team, so that operators can do a dual activation for both FLSPOTA and the WWFF POTA programs.

Electronic Logs

Logs from the event can be submitted electronically one of several ways:

  1. Email your Cabrillo-formatted log file(s) named <CALLSIGN>.log to, with the subject <CALLSIGN>
  2. Email your scanned paper log file(s) named <CALLSIGN>.log to, with the subject <CALLSIGN>
    Score Summary:
    (See below for details)

Paper Logs

Entrants who use paper logging, or whose logging software does not support the Cabrillo format have two ways to submit entries.

    1. Preferred is to use the Web-to-Cabrillo form provided by Bruce, WA7BNM at
      After the contest simply fill out the indicated fields on that form, and enter your paper logs into the provided text area. Click submit when you are finished and a cabrillo file of your log will be sent in for scoring.
    2. Alternatively, you may use the following paper logsheets:
      Score Summary:
    3. Contestants MUST fill out both the logsheet and score summary sheet. If you operated from more than one Florida State Park Entity during the contest, then fill out a separate logsheet and score summary for each park you operated from.You may submit scanned copies of both files to, you can mail paper copies to:
      Florida State Parks on the Air
      c/o LARC
      PO BOX 90853
      LAKELAND FL 33804-0853

All mailed log entries must be postmarked no later than 14 days after the event.

Supported logging software includes:


N1MM+ is one of the most widely used, free contest logging programs available. Contest definition files for the FLSPOTA contest will be available for download from this page soon.