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A visit to Ft. Clinch is a must if you visit Fernandina Beach. This fort was built to protect the entrance to the St. Mray's river and Cumberland Sound. It is very well preserved and has a small but well done museum. While it never...More
Visiting this site, even on a rainy day, was a real treat. As a historian and reenactor, I warned so much it was thrilling. Fernandina Beach should be loud of the job thy have done recapturing their history. There are folks in period dress (The...More
Not enough good can be said for our forested canopy experience at Fort Clinch State Park. Truly one of the coolest sites we’ve ever backed our 5th wheel into. The opportunities for adventure are limitless from great restaurants to searching for sharks teeth to the...More
Very nice place to take your family make sure to bring a bucket and a sifter so you can look for some sharks teeth also it's quite a distance to walk from the parking to the water so make sure you prepare for that as...More
Biked here and enjoyed the 3 mile bike from entrance to the Fort. On road biking but traffic respected the bikers. Nice short film about the everyday life on the fort. Fort was fun to visit even though no events during our visit, just one...More
Bicycled our way in. Only complaint is that at the entrance there is no sign posting rates for entry to the park and entry to the actual fort. Road in is scenic, tree lined and excellent to bike ride. The self guided tour of the...More
There are many outdoor activities available in this state park to enjoy and the entrance fee is only $6 per car. You can hike or bike through the woods, camp, or spend time on the beach.
For an additional $2.50 per person, you can take...More
The fort is nicely preserved. The short video in the museum is informative and gives you an idea of fort life. The views from the top of the fort are beautiful. There are lots of trails for biking or hiking. There are also nice wide...More