Enjoy the many biking paths throughout Amelia Island's scenic routes. Learn more »
Anglers, campers, hikers, experienced canoers and kayakers make themselves at home at Amelia Island. With miles of wide, sandy beach, Fort Clinch or Amelia Island Recreation Area are some of the best places to catch a glimpse of a sea turtle nesting along the shore on summer nights. On the inland side, undisturbed salt marshes, as estuaries, serve as nurseries for sea life, the beginning of the food chain. As the landscape changes from forest to ocean, older dunes merge into younger ones.
For canoes and kayaks, visitors will find that it’s a personal choice on which type of craft to use. Local experts are available to help you launch your own, or offer guided tours on their kayaks and canoes. Learn more »
Western riding evolved from the cattle-working and warfare traditions brought to the Americas by the Spanish Conquistadors, and on Amelia, it's all about the enjoyment of nature while on horseback. Learn more »