Here is a list of Florida metal detecting clubs.
If you are new to the hobby these organizations can help you in many ways.
And if you’ve been in the hobby for a while, the clubs can offer advise that you may not be aware of. Any knowledge received can be a bonus that helps you become better at searching for items.
If you are a club member and the information is not correct, or you wish to update it, please contact me by using the form below.
Central Florida Metal Detecting Club
Sanford Garden Club
200 Fairmont Dr
Sanford, FL 32773
The Central Florida Metal Detecting Club is Florida’s oldest metal detecting club as well as one of the largest with over 100 members.
Founded in 1972, the CFMDC celebrated its 40th year in 2012.
The CFMDC was created with the efforts of Stuart Auerbach (CEO of Kellyco Metal Detector Superstore), Ray Leist and Claude Rainey, both who served as long time presidents of the CFMDC.
The CFMDC is dedicated to the preservation of Florida history and community service. As a club, we have returned lost items, recovered evidence for local authorities, assisted in missing persons and have donated to many different charities.
We meet the 2nd Friday of every month. Come and join us! Visitors are always welcome!
Mid Florida Historical Research & Recovery Association
City: Ocala, Florida
Location: United Way, 1401 NE 2nd St.
Palmetto Relic Hunters Club
Location: Cayce Museum, 1800 12th St. Cayce, SC 29033
Contact/Phone: 803-665-6457 Rudy Reeves firstname.lastname@example.org
South Florida Treasure Hunting Club
108 NORTH 33 COURT
HOLLYWOOD, FL 33020
The South Florida Treasure Hunters Club was founded as a family oriented organization, by which all metal detecting enthusiasists in South Florida would have the opportunity to meet and converse with others that have the same interests.
Suncoast Research & Recovery Club
6476 Fairway View Blvd
St. Petersburg, Florida 33707
The Villages Treasure Hunters Club
We meet the fourth Monday of every month at the Ballito Library (next to Cane Garden restaurant) at 6:00 PM in the Jasmine room.
There are no dues and most meetings have specific programs and a business meeting to start.
Treasure Coast Archeological Society
The Treasure Coast Archeological Society is a non-profit
organization of Metal Detectorist. We hold our regular meeting and
findings display on the first Wednesday of every month from 7:30-9:30pm at the North Indian River County Library on SR512 in Sebastian, Fl.
West State Archeological Society Inc.
Dedicated to the preservation of Florida's History!
Please use the form below if any information regarding Florida metal detecting clubs is incorrect, or if you would like me to ad information about a club I may have missed.