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Little Talbot Island State Park

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Little Talbot Island State Park

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Sharon A wrote a review Oct 12
Jacksonville, Florida13 contributions1 helpful vote
Our Mom's group loved coming here when our children were little. There was a sand bar that broke the waves and they were very gentle for little ones. We ate lunch in the covered picnic area. Our daughter went to Little Talbot last year and said the sand bar is still there, but you would have to check it out to see if it remains. We remember one day driving over the inlet bridge and looking out at Big Talbot Island, where an SUV was up to the windows in water! You have to pay attention to the tides when you're driving on the beach... It's a beautiful area and you can visit Safe Harbor Seafood Restaurant nearby or Kingsley Plantation.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Cindy S wrote a review Aug 2020
25 contributions1 helpful vote
This beach is off the beaten path. It doesn’t get crowded or busy till around 2 o’clock in the afternoon the beach is clean the shelves are plentiful. You can rinse your feet off in the outdoor showers and there are bathrooms that are pretty good. There is limited walkways to the beach so be prepared to walk in the sand and it’s hot and thick. We brought a big four wheel wagon to carry our stuff. There are no lifeguards, no place to eat however there is a picnic area with grills
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Date of experience: April 2020
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walt s wrote a review Jun 2020
Tampa, Florida141 contributions63 helpful votes
We camped there a couple of days ago and the park camp ground is across the street from the main park. The bathhouse and the grounds were well maintained but the campground is next to a salt water marsh and the mosquitos were terrible The beach is nice and the as is the rest the park. The staff was polite friendly and professional.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Erika wrote a review Mar 2020
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The hiking trail is about a 4 mile loop including walking on trail and along the beach. The island includes restroom and changing facilities, picnic areas and grills (bring your own charcoal), and an open area to rinse off after spending the day at the beach. Highly recommend visiting Little Talbot Island State Park if you're looking for some hiking and a relaxing day at the beach.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tracey U wrote a review Mar 2020
Jacksonville, Florida108 contributions11 helpful votes
We love going to this place. We enjoy finding the different type of sea shells from the listing the ranger gives you.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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