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The market features fresh, local fruits and vegetables all from local area farms. In addition to the fresh produce the market also features fresh baked goods, jellies, flowers,...
This history museum housed in c1878 Nassau County Jail building and exhibits Amelia Island and Nassau County history from pre-historic times to the present.
Camping, swimming, fishing, hiking and one of the most preserved 19th century forts in the country.
Built in 1769 and occupied by an army detachment, the town of Fernandina is marked on its original site. You can picnic and hike in this beautiful spot.
Enjoy over 200 acres of unspoiled beauty on Amelia Island.
Garage Door Repair Fernandina Beach is located in Florida, is an expert residential service provider, offers emergency same day repair and has excellent professionals. It installs...
The Submarine Museum offers a history of the submarine force with a self-guided tour that includes a submarine periscope, a submarine helm station, a deep-sea diving suit,...
07-07-2013 @ 7 PM, Theatre By The Trax * 1100 Osborne Street, Saint Mary's, GA - In Concert Freddy Rosario "God Can and He Will" * "Healing Concerts CD Release Tour. Purchase...
Small family oriented water park, great place to take the kids on a hot summer day. Features include, a lazy river, deep pool for older children with water slide, and a wadding...
Magnificent and unspoiled beaches and dunes, marshes and freshwater lakes make up the largest of Georgia's Golden isles. Visitors can enjoy camping, swimming, fishing, and hiking...
Campsites are surrounded by Spanish moss-draped oaks, while cottages are set near the river. A nature trail winds through maritime forest and salt marsh, and hikers may see gopher...
A nature preserve with birdwatching and nature study.
Beautiful nature trails, shell-covered beaches and fishing with a 40 acre campground.
Wildlife is abundant and ranges from the threatened American alligator to the endangered wood stork. Equestrians, hikers, and off-road bicyclists can explore five miles of...
Native Americans feasted here, colonists built a fort, and the Smart Set of the 1920s came for vacations. A site of human occupation for over 5,000 years, Fort George Island was...
This mile-long, pedestrian-only fishing bridge spans Nassau Sound providing access to one of the best fishing areas in Florida. Fishermen catch a variety of fish, including...
Tour the brewey and see how the beer is made, then guests 21 and over will get to test the results.
The fort overlooks the site of a French Huguenot colony of 1564-1565, the second French attempt at settlement within the present United States. The French and Spanish began here...