Jacksonville, United States of America
Amelia Island State Park

A pristine state park, an irresistible tourist attraction and a haven for endangered wildlife.

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Come to the Amelia Island State Park for a Southern wildlife experience like no other. Spanning more than 200 acres of untouched wilderness along the southern tip of Amelia Island and containing a diverse range of ecosystems like salt marshes, beaches and maritime forests, the State Park is a haven for all sorts of wildlife, including several rare and endangered species.

Visitors to Amelia Island State Park are guaranteed an enchanting experience. You can ride a horse along the beach, feeling the sea spray and tasting the salty tang in the air all on the back of your very own trusty steed. If you like to fish, you can set up your line along the mile-long George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier. Wildlife lovers can be treated to a special visit from nesting sea turtles in summer, as well as endangered shorebirds who make the beach their home.

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Tips Before You Go
Remember to respect the park’s rules regarding interactions with wildlife, and familiarise yourself with their guidelines before your visit.
State Road A1A North Jacksonville, FL 32226