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Amelia Island Nature Programs available for people of all ages and levels of experience offered daily, allowing you to explore the natural beauty of the island.
Features a mile long fishing bridge with a boat ramp on the far side.
Anastasia contains four miles of pristine beach. Camping, hiking, boating/sailing and canoeing along Salt Run.
Features miles of hiking trails, shell covered beaches, and a 40 site campground.
Recreational activities include camping, picnicking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, bird watching, wildlife viewing and hiking.
Captain Dave provides a 2 hour kids fishing trip aboard his Jetty Wolf boat. An adult must be attend.
Outdoor adventures at Celestial Farms - Volleyball, Frisbe Golf, Warrior Ninja obstacle course, Zipline, Archery, and kick ball.
Outdoor activities including: Hiking, Camping, Swimming, Fishing, and Biking.
Dutton Island consists of 9,000ft of nature trails, a fishing and viewing pier, a canoe/kayak launch, picnic areas, pavilions and camping areas.
Fishing, picnicking, and nature walks are popular activities here.
Enjoy a variety outdoor activities including the beach, nature walks, camping, fishing, canoeing and more.
Walk, bike, or drive through historic plantation structures and nature trails. Also features boat ramp, fishing, and canoeing.
Hiking and biking trails, beach and water playground, covered pavilions, picnic tables, outdoor BBQ grills, fishing, kayaking. and canoes.
Nature Center & Activities
Features a beautiful beach, waterfront campsites, swimming, fishing, picnic shelters, and bird observation area.
Features a 1,300ft long, 20ft wide wooden deck, fish cleaning stations, a concession area, bait shop, and restrooms.
The park has a full–facility campground, a youth/group tent campground, beachside picnic pavilions, fishing and 5 miles of white, sandy beaches.
River views, a small pond, short trails, a nature discovery center, picnic pavilions, a fishing area, playground, observation pier, and a boardwalk.
Otter Springs, is a second magnitude natural spring with an average temperature of 73 degrees daily.
21,000-acre preserve offering a “rich array of habitats for wildlife, including alligators, bison, wild horses, and over 270 species of birds”.