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Nature Center & Activities
Showcases a variety of North Florida’s flora and fauna on 120 acres of natural preserve and trails.
Reserve a pavilions at one of Jacksonville’s area parks. Reserved on a first come, first served basis.
Artifacts include items related to Harriet Beecher Stowe, items related to the Civil War era and the steamship Maple Leaf and an Art Gallery featuring Mandarin artists.
Presentations on natural resources, with special emphasis on soil, water, air, plant, and animal resources.
Provides field and classroom presentations on natural resources, with special emphasis on soil and water.
Therapeutic horseback riding customized to your child’s specific challenges. These therapeutic riding lessons are designed to help with cognitive, physical, social, emotional, learning and classroom challenges or a combination thereof.
Hop on a river taxi at Friendship Park on the Southbank for a fun-filled cruise to the Jacksonville Landing on the Northbank.
St. Johns Riverkeeper offers class/group presentations and field trips to school, home schools and the community.
The Theodore Roosevelt Area is a 600-acre natural treasure of hardwood forest, wetlands, and scrub vegetation. It is also rich in cultural history.
Visit one of the last unspoiled coastal wetlands on the Atlantic Coast. Discover 6,000 years of human history and experience the beauty of salt marshes, coastal dunes, and hardwood hammocks. The Timucuan Preserve includes Fort Caroline and Kingsley Plantation.
Top Squad Games lets you step into the games you love with interactive tactical laser tag, archery tag and more.
Tree Hill is home to more than 50 acres of trails, a Florida Natural History Museum, butterfly and hummingbird gardens and native animals.
UNF provides school children with the unique opportunity of learning more about wildlife and nature while outdoors. The eco-education programs are ranger guided and begin with an introduction to UNF and the Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Eco-Education Programs at UNF provides school children with the unique opportunity of learning more about wildlife and nature while outdoors.
12,400 acres of pine forest and tidal wetlands landscapes with cheetahs, giraffes, rhinos, antelopes, birds and more.