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The Museum offers educational programs to school groups giving them a basic knowledge of their past.
Fun zone with putt putt, playground, and a pool.
City of Fernandina Beach Park located next to the beach
Kids race go karts on a lighted asphalt Go-Kart track with bleachers, grills and restrooms
A 2-acre oceanfront park offering picnic areas, volleyball court, a small children’s playground, a large open space surrounded by walking paths.
Skate boarding park located on the grounds of the Jack Russell Park.
Old St. Augustine Village is a collection of nine historic houses spanning the period 1790 to 1910.
Built prior to 1763, the school remains as it was over two centuries ago.
Central Florida’s Historic Train on the Tavares, Eustis & Gulf Railroad.
Free outdoor skateboard park. Two covered pavilions, grills, nature walk, fitness course and tot playground.
Otter Springs, is a second magnitude natural spring with an average temperature of 73 degrees daily.
They offer 2hr and 3 hr guided kayak tours on an easy creek, great for beginners, and beautiful scenery for all.
Just like regular paintball but smaller size paint and less impact.
21,000-acre preserve offering a “rich array of habitats for wildlife, including alligators, bison, wild horses, and over 270 species of birds”.
A historic home museum that offers a garden wedding and event venue for ceremonies and receptions. Guided Tours available.
Large parking area, restrooms, outdoor showers, picnic tables and barbeques.
Picnicking, swimming, restroom, mobility, fishing, tube launch, canoe launch, canoeing, hiking and wildlife viewing.
Project Swing Park 23,000 sq ft playground area has slides, swings, parallel bar, wooden forts and towers, tire swings and various interactive play/exercise equipment. Located at Francis Field, immediately across from the Historic Downtown Parking Facility, St. Augustine’s Wish for Its Next G
Miniature golf course right on the ocean.
Rainbow Springs is Florida’s fourth largest spring.