On a recent stay on NE Florida coast, our family spent a half day at this Florida State Park. The beach is extremely wide, and flat, with lots of room for sand castles, flying kites, reading in the sun. There are three picnic areas with shelters, flush bathrooms, sand-off showers. Kayak and other small water crafts can be rented right in the park. There is a dune-sheltered lagoon area to start off in, which would be quite useful for beginners. The coquina quarry used by the Spanish to build fortifications in St. Augustine over 400 years ago, can be hiked to. There is a campground in this park, too. Entry to the park is $8 per car.
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