Maps of Florida

Printable Maps of Florida

Maps of Florida


Printable Maps of Florida

Each Order includes a .Zip File with up to 6 Printable State Map Includes:
County Maps & County Seat Map, Cities, Interstates, Highways and State Routes. The Maps also include Rivers and a Topographical Maps.


Imperial Bone Valley Gem, Mineral & Fossil Society

The Imperial Bone Valley Gem, Mineral & Fossil Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting interest in various earth sciences such as Geology, Mineralogy and Paleontology, as well as related fields such as lapidary arts.

Through classes offered at the “rock shop,” field trips to collect mineral and fossil specimens, and educational presentations during our monthly meetings, IBVGMFS encourages its members to increase their knowledge and understanding in these areas.

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Tomoka Faceters Guild of Florida

The Tomoka Faceters Guild Wphotos and up to date information on current events concerning the Guild. Our next meeting will be on Thursday November 17th at 7 pm.  We take the months of July and August off. Our purpose is to promote and support the art of faceting through sharing and teaching, with a special focus in introducing others to this special hobby. Monthly meetings of the Guild are 7:00 pm the 3rd Thursday of each month (except July and August).  Meetings are held at Florida Hospital Flagler in classroom A and visitors are welcome! Click on the map page for directions. Each meeting includes a main instructional topic, Demos, “Cut of the Month and Show and Tell” where we show stones we’ve recently cut, share ideas, ask and answer questions, etc., all with the emphasis on keeping it light and enjoyable!

TFG Dues are $15 per year ( $20 for Family). We keep the business portions of our regular meetings to less than 15 minutes, so that we can better spend our time talking about, demonstrating, showing off our stones or sharing lots of practical tips and how-to-do’s.

Source: The Tomoka Faceters Guild of Florida – The Tomoka Faceters Guild


We are a group of individuals who share an interest in rocks, minerals, gems, earth sciences and the lapidary arts. The society was formed in 1964 as a non-profit organization and incorporated in 1966. The purpose of the society is to promote knowledge and interest in the earth sciences, lapidary arts and jewelry design. Due to the interests and skills of the members, there is a heavy focus on lapidary arts and jewelry making. Please get acquainted with who we are and what we do … And learn to Explore the World Around You! If you have any questions, please feel free to attend one of our meetings to learn more ~ we’d love to have you. Meetings are the first Thursday of each month (excluding July and August, Sica Hall 1065 Daytona Avenue in Holly Hill, FL 7:00 PM – .                         Get ready for the Annual show!  Details here

Source: TOMOKA GEM AND MINERAL SOCIETY – Tomoka Gem and Mineral Society, in Volucia County, FL

Fossil Club of Lee County FCOLC


The Fossil Club of Lee County Inc. is an organization of people interested in the fossils of southern Florida and all points beyond. Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at the Zion Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall.  The Zion Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall is located at: 7401 Winkler Road, Ft Myers, Fl  33919.      . For For more information contact: President Louis Stieffel at:   cape

Source: FCOLC Home

Jacksonville Gem and Mineral Society

The Jacksonville Gem and Mineral Society of Jacksonville, Florida is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. It was created to stimulate interests in rocks and minerals by furtherance of the activities of its members, in the earth sciences; to disseminate knowledge, methods and procedures for the collection, identification, classification, cutting, polishing, setting, and mounting of specimens for these activities; and to promote good fellowship, proper ethics and conduct in the relationships of said members with each other and with members of other earth science societies in pursuit of these activities.

Source: Home | Jacksonville Gem and Mineral Society


Welcome to Canaveral Mineral & Gem Society We’re a group of friendly people of all ages and experience who enjoy various facets of the hobby of lapidary arts.  Wikipedia says we’re “artists or artisans who form stone, mineral, gemstones and other suitable durable materials (amber, shell, jet, pearl, opal, coral, horn and bone, glass and other synthetics) into decorative items such as engraved gems, cameos or cabochons, and faceted designs”. Our club is in Melbourne, Florida where our members have use of a wonderful fully-equipped workshop and attend monthly meetings with various topics of interest regarding gems, minerals and jewelry creation.  We hold an annual Parade of Gems at the Melbourne Auditorium where you can purchase finished jewelry, items to make jewelry, including stones (rough and finished), findings, beads, etc.  Members and non-members may participate in this show.  We also hold an annual picnic for our members & their families with an auction and tailgate sales, an annual open house, and an annual holiday party for our members and their families.  We love this hobby of ours and enjoy sharing our knowledge and wares.  If your interested in more info, check the ABOUT page. News We publish a monthly newsletter to our members.  You can checkout the info for yourself at our NEWS link.


Florida Fossil Hunters of Central Florida

The Florida Fossil Hunters meet monthly at the Orlando Science Center to learn more about Florida fossils and share our finds with like minds, coordinate field trips and publish a newsletter. Enhance the cooperative spirit between amateur and professional paleontologists Promote Florida paleontology through education Protect and preserve fossil materials and sites Identify, interpret, and exhibit fossil material Field trips throughout Florida – some favorite sites! Provide Central Florida with an annual Fossil Fair Establish a prehistorical museum in Central Florida To bring about a greater understanding of prehistoric Florida, and thus a greater appreciation of Florida’s unique environment.

Source: Florida Fossil Hunters ::: Central Florida

Florida Gold Coast Gem & Mineral Society

The Florida Gold Coast Gem and Mineral Society is a group of like-minded individuals who share a common passion for all the Earth’s geological treasures. We marvel at the beauty, variety, color and complexity of the various minerals and gems. Many of our members work to turn these minerals, rocks, and gemstones into works of art. We explore gemstones through cutting and polishing, faceting, cabochon-cutting and carving. Lessons are offered through our club. Metal working techniques of fabrication, casting and wire wrapping are presented through our programs.        Whether you are an experienced jeweler with years of experience, or just a beginner with nothing but desire, we would love to have you come and join us. At our meetings, we have programs that include presentations from professionals within the industry of gems and minerals, as well as instruction on various jewelry making techniques. For those of you who want to learn or practice your skills, we have a workshop where we teach stone-cutting, and faceting to our members. We also have a library where you can borrow books covering a wide variety of geological and jewelry making knowledge and techniques.   Monthly meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday evening of each month. Meetings begin at 7:30pm and usually conclude by 9:30pm

Source: Florida Gold Coast Gem & Mineral Society | Florida Gold Coast Gem & Mineral Society

Southwest Florida Fossil Society 


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Southwest Florida Fossil Society “To Inform and Educate” THE PURPOSE OF THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA FOSSIL SOCIETY, INC. is to promote and foster the science of paleontology through the collection, identification and preservation of fossil remains and providing a regional forum for education, training and experience in the scientific field.

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November 12th, 2016 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 3rd Annual Fossil EXPO PLEASE SEE FLYER BELOW FOR DETAILS Watch “Good Question: Why is Venice the ‘shark’s tooth capital of the world?'” on YouTube Click Fossil Club Meetings for more information.

Source: Southwest Florida Fossil Society Meetings, Events, Field Trips, and Fossils in FL