2401 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL, US, 32233

  • Phone: (904) 249-0313
  • Fax: (904) 241-2155
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  • Attractions

    »Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

    Soak up the fresh air at this oceanfront Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park, which features a 1.5-mile beach, nature trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, stocked fishing lakes and serene beaches. Lifeguards are present to keep a watchful eye on swimmers, so have fun knowing you are in a safe environment. The lakeside swimming area has fountains and squirt guns. Boating, canoeing, hiking and biking facilities are also available, while lakeside tables and grills provide the perfect spots to relax and enjoy refreshments from the available concession stands.

    500 Wonderwood Drive
    Jacksonville, FL 32233

    »St. Johns River Light

    St. Johns River Light, also known as Old St. Johns River Light is a historic lighthouse located in Jacksonville, Florida. One of the oldest lighthouse still standing at the mouth of the St. Johns river, it also holds the distinction of being one of the oldest building in the Mayport area. The brick lighthouse has been functional since 1858 and was deactivated in 1929. Tours to the lighthouse are available.

    Patrol Road
    Jacksonville, FL 32233

    »Jacksonville Beach

    East of Jacksonville, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intra-Coastal Waterway is Jacksonville Beach. The Beach is a business, resort, and residential area, perfect for a family fun day. With oceanfront hotels, plenty of dining and shopping options, and even a golf course, there is plenty to see and do. After spending the day under the sun, periodic festivals and concerts provide further entertainment options.

    100 16th Avenue North
    Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

    »Jacksonville Beach Pier

    The Jacksonville Beach Pier is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. Nearly a quarter of a mile long, the Pier attracts a healthy mix of fisherman and visitors simply wanting to take cool photos. The Pier is open from 6a to 10p, giving a sunrise to sunset window to cast your line, stroll the wooden plank or simply take in the fresh ocean breeze. Concessions, restrooms and a bait shop are available on-site. 

    503 1st Street North
    Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

    »Adventure Landing

    Adventure Landing, an all-in-one family fun center, is located between Jacksonville Beach and the Intercoastal Waterway. You can play miniature golf, ride go-carts, play laser tag or try your luck at the batting cages. The water park is complete with slides, a wave pool and a pirate-themed play village. It is the perfect place to cool off and have a great time on a hot Florida day. Admission to the water park for children under the age of three is free.

    1944 Beach Boulevard
    Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

    »Theodore Roosevelt Area

    Wildlife surrounds more than four miles of these scenic hiking trails, including rare birds, raccoons, foxes and turtles. Guided tours take place each Saturday afternoon to help visitors learn more about the ecological zones in the park and to point out some of the area's hard-to-spot animals. Additional outdoor activities include bicycling, fishing, boating and picnicking. The preserve is accessible from the Arlington Expressway and Atlantic Boulevard on the east side of the city. There is no entrance fee.

    13165 Mount Pleasant Road
    Jacksonville, FL 32225

    »Huguenot Memorial Park

    Named in honor of the Huguenot French settlers who colonized the area for a short while in the 16th century, Huguenot Memorial Park is another one of Jacksonville's many jewels. Aficionados of our fine-feathered friends will enjoy the avian observatory tower, and nature trails, perfect for bird watching. Adventurous types can rent canoes and use the boat launch to access the waterways, while sports-lovers can rent volleyball equipment, horseshoes and bicycles for an afternoon of fun.

    10980 Heckscher Drive
    Jacksonville, FL 32226

    »Pablo Historical Park

    Children and adults alike enjoy this quaint park and museum located in a restored railroad section foreman's house, and post office from 1903. Guided tours of these historic buildings and the Beaches' railway are available. A highlight is the lovingly restored Locomotive #7, a 28-ton steam engine built in 1911 and housed in a small glass-enclosed building—visitors can view it from the outside or close up from the inside. A gift shop is located inside the Old Railroad Depot. Admission is free but donations are encouraged.

    413 Beach Boulevard
    Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

    »Ribault Monument

    This monument is on the north side of the city and is located on a high bluff overlooking the St. Johns River. A wheelchair accessible terrace offers visitors a scenic view of the river and wetlands. Ribault and his crew landed on the First Coast in 1562 and erected the original stone monument to commemorate the first ever landing of Protestants on this foreign soil. Admission to the monument is free.

    12713 Fort Caroline Road
    Jacksonville, FL 32225

    »Fort Caroline National Memorial

    In 1564 French explorers founded the first Protestant colony in the United States along what is today the St. Johns River. Fort Caroline National Memorial is a reconstructed fort commemorating its probable location. The Spanish seized the original colony and massacred its residents in 1565, so not much is known about these early pioneers. The site stretches across 130 acres overlooking the river and features a museum with French and Indian artifacts from the 16th century. Fort Caroline was established as a national memorial in 1950 and is 14 miles from Downtown Jacksonville.

    12713 Fort Caroline Road
    Jacksonville, FL 32225

    »Kingsley Plantation

    Kingsley Plantation is known for being a significant property and attraction for many locals and tourists. Built in 1793, the place is named after Zephaniah Kingsley who leased the plantation and stayed here the longest. His house, an architectural treat, is a major attraction here. The plantation mostly catered to cotton, sugarcane, corn and citrus, and was looked after by about 60 slaves. The slave houses, barns and gardens are all worth a visit.

    11676 Palmetto Avenue
    Jacksonville, FL 32226

    »Palms Presbyterian Church

    In 1956, Palms Presbyterian held its first service at the south end of the beaches area. A fuller understanding of Christianity and personal spiritual growth are the goals of the ministry at the Palms Presbyterian. The church sponsors many activities and events encouraging fellowship and community participation. Bible study classes are also offered. Both an adult and youth choir adds music to the Sunday services. Child care services are available.

    3410 Third Street South
    Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
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