His Majesty's Royal Intermetropolitan Park System or Florkish Metroparks for short, is a collection of six park systems throughout the Kingdom of Florco. There are over 100 separate parks.
- The Royal Gardens - New Cleveland
- Circle Mountain Parks - Circletop
- Hadnone Preserve - Hadnone
- South Perimeter Greenway Parks - Southern Florco
- North Perimeter Greenway Parks - Northern Florco
- Butterball Parks
Founded in 1998 by Richard IV, the first Metropark was The Royal Gardens in New Cleveland. In Southern Florco, the City of Circletop had created the Circle Mountain Parks, which was a series of parks around the Circle Mountains. In 1999, the two park systems merged, creating a national park system. Following the merger, all undeveloped lands in Hadnone were annexed into the Hadnone Preserve. In late 2000, the systems announced the creation of "greenways" that would surround the perimeter of the nation. The latest addition to the collection was the Butterball Parks System.
The park system is run by a committee of the following people:
- The current monarch
- A representative of The Royal Gardens, chosen by the member parks in the system.
- A representative of Circle Mountain Parks, chosen by the member parks in the system.
- A representative of Hadnone Preserve, chosen by the residents of Hadnone
- A representative of South Perimeter Greenway Parks, chosen by the South Greenway committee.
- A representative of North Perimeter Greenway Parks, chosen by the South Greenway committee.
- A representative of Butterball Parks, chosen by the member parks in the system.
- A naturalist
- An Aboriginal Florkan
- A Florkish Citizen that is not an Aboriginal Florkan and is over 18.
- A Florkish Citizen that is not an Aboriginal Florkan and is under 18.
- The president of the Metroparks
The group of twelve people meets once every two months, and/or when a member of the board requests a meeting. Each member has one vote, except the Florkish Citizens that are not Aboriginal, who get one half of a vote, so that Aboriginal Florkins and non-Aboriginal citizens get equal representation.