Free State Parks
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In South Africa, the Free State Parks are the responsibility of the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs of the Free State Province.
World Heritage Sites
Private and Other Parks
- Caledon Nature Reserve around the Welbedacht Dam.
- Erfenis Dam Nature Reserve
- Gariep Nature Reserve formerly known as Hendrik Verwoerd Dam Nature Reserve, on the Free State side of the Gariep Dam, the park on the Eastern Cape side of the dam is named the Oviston Nature Reserve.
- Kalkfontein Nature Reserve around the Kalkfontein Dam.
- Koppies Dam Nature Reserve
- Laohu Valley Reserve
- Maria Moroka Nature Reserve
- Paul Saunders Nature Reserve
- Rolfontein Nature Reserve around the Vanderkloof Dam.
- Rustfontein Dam Nature Reserve
- Sandveld Nature Reserve around the Bloemhof Dam (Free State side only, the park on the North West is called the Bloemhof Dam Nature Reserve.
- Seekoei-vlei Nature Reserve
- Sterkfontein Dam Nature Reserve around the Sterkfontein Dam.
- Soetdoring Nature Reserve around the Krugersdrift Dam.
- Tussen-die- Riviere Nature Reserve, near the Gariep Dam.
- Willem Pretorius Game Reserve around the Allemanskraal Dam.
- Vaalbos National Park has been closed down.
Department: Tourism.