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Sightseeing

Amelia Island is a varied and idyllic place filled with unique environments. This online guide is presented to you with the hope that it will help you plan your stay, inform you of much of what there is to see and do and encourage you to avail yourself to the wealth of natural beauty Amelia Island and her immediate surroundings have to offer. Whether you choose to get to know her by land, by air, by sea or by all three, the more you get to know Amelia Island, the more you’ll want to know.

Amelia Island

Amelia Island »

Amelia Island area says it still needs copy. Please use this: Amelia Island State Park offers outstanding views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterways, all in a natural setting. Learn more »

Big Talbot Island

Big Talbot Island »

Picturesque Big Talbot Island State Park is adjacent to spectacular Nassau Sound, just the place for quiet contemplation in a majestic setting. Learn more »

Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island »

A visit to Cumberland Island is a trip back to a time when genteel manners, whinnying horses and the soothing rhythm of surf prevailed. Learn more »

Fort Clinch

Fort Clinch »

Natural and historical resources, Fort Clinch offers visitors a state recreation area with picnic sites, shelling, saltwater fishing, and hiking. Learn more »

Fort George Island

Fort George Island »

Fort George Island (called Alamacani and San Juan by earlier cultures) is the holder of many mysteries; its history is enshrined in legend and lore. Learn more »

Little Talbot Island

Little Talbot Island »

Anglers, campers, hikers, experienced canoers and kayakers make themselves at home at Little Talbot Island State Park. Learn more »

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Drive Time:

  • Jacksonville 45 min
  • St Augustine 1 hr 30 min
  • Savannah 2 hrs
  • Orlando 3 hrs
  • Tampa 4 hrs
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