Amelia Island State Park

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Amelia Island State Park
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lovetotravelusa
Chicago, IL761 contributions
Fun to watch others fish
Jun 2021 • Friends
Neat place to go drive out on beach in a truck. It was mostly people fishing. Fun to just walk around and see what they are catching. We did see someone reel in a shark even. A nice and relaxing time away from the crowds.
Written June 28, 2021
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MariaElena Lopez
1 contribution
Bucket list experience!!!
Jan 2021
So my husband and I needed a getaway from a turbulent 2020. Came to Amelia Island and booked the horseback on the beach. We took the 10 am ride as our guide/owner Robin said the weather was perfect. Meeting place was easy to find and Robin got us all feeling comfortable from the get go. She introduced all her horses and their habits ahead of time to insure for a smooth ride. The day was glorious, this is January 2021 it was chilly and clear. We rode for one hour getting very close to the surf. She encouraged us to enjoy and explore and told us stories about her ranch. Half way in the ride we took pictures as a group and with our families. Will definitely do it again and worth every penny. Must be on everyone’s bucket list. Thank you Robin for your professionalism and passion in what you do.
Written January 8, 2021
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nicole s
Palmetto, FL334 contributions
Beach driving!
Dec 2020 • Family
My hubby said this was his favorite because of the beach driving! Like the olden days when we were kids. Nice view of the ocean, Talbot island and the Pier.
Written December 29, 2020
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Suzanne G
New York City, NY112 contributions
Not my thing
Jul 2020 • Solo
It was a parking lot for 4x4 vehicles. Everyone was parked on the beach fishing.
Loud music of every kind was blasted. The beach was ugly but the park was beautiful. I ran away
Written July 17, 2020
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ExploringD2
Melbourne, FL34 contributions
The Real Florida!
Jun 2020
This is a beautiful beach and state park. It seemed like a popular spot for fishing when we were there.
Written July 14, 2020
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dena b
Gaithersburg, MD81 contributions
Wonderful Place t Visit
Mar 2020
This is a must visit while vacationing in Florida. The beaches were beautiful. It was fun to scour the beaches for shells and shark teeth. It was uncrowded at this time of year. When you don't want to visit the beach, you can visit the historic town which has a lot to offer. Wlli definitely be heading back to explore more of the island.
Written March 24, 2020
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Paul C
Gainesville, FL6 contributions
One of the best beaches
Jul 2019
We have been going to Amelia Island at least once each year for the last 30 years. We often stay at the north end, beyond Atlantic Ave. in rental homes on the beach. This area is the most secluded and the far north borders on Fort Clinch Park. Larger rental homes and large condos predominate in the southern end of the Island. The quaint city of Fernandina Beach is a joy to traverse on an afternoon. We take our dog and can eat at a variety of spots that allow dogs (typically in outside eating areas). Karibo is one of our favorites. Fine dining is also quite available in the city. Joe's and Le Clos are two of our favorites. To get a taste of Amelia Island, I would suggest scheduling a night or two at the Elizabeth Pointe Lodge, a wonderful bed and breakfast at the east end of Atlantic Ave. Roam around and walk the beaches. Take a kayak tour, or just plant yourself on the beach and watch the waves roll in.
Written March 7, 2020
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Bill34950
Vero Beach, FL262 contributions
What a blast
Jan 2020 • Couples
We went there on our way home and ended up going 4 wheeling on the beach. It was great fun. We ended up spending a couple of hours just crushing around the beach. There are so many different areas we could fish just had to get there.
Written January 3, 2020
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DiverM
Jupiter, FL444 contributions
Nice Park with good shelling
Dec 2019
We stopped here on a road trip and enjoyed it. There seemed to be a lot of shells on the beach. We walked a couple of miles. Four wheel drive trucks are allowed on the beach. Note there are a number of other state parks nearby. We had purchased the annual state parks pass ($60 for 1 person or $120 for up to 8 people in the same vehicle) so we visited most of the state parks nearby. Big Talbot and Little Talbot are also nice. Apparently people find shark's teeth in these parks but we didn't find any. I do know what they look like.
Written December 27, 2019
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WatTedzegt
Rotterdam, The Netherlands444 contributions
Great uncrowded beaches
Nov 2019 • Couples
Great uncrowded beaches with Driftwood. There are nice hiking & biking trails. We arrived there late in the evening, but have to pay the rate for a day. No worries as we know that it will spend for the park. We loved it and definitely will coming back.
Written November 23, 2019
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