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61-80 of 99 (limit 99)
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Enjoy over 200 acres of unspoiled beauty on Amelia Island.
You're invited to attend our community events at Eagle Landing the 1st Saturday of every month from 10am - 2pm. Please invite and share the information with your neighbors,...
You're invited to attend our community events at Eagle Landing the 1st Saturday of every month from 10am - 2pm. Please invite everyone and share the information with your...
Ride with Me for Autism is an annual cycling event that takes place on the Jacksonville-Baldwin Rail Trail. Registration check-in, breakfast & lunch, and post ride celebration...
The park museum housed in the 1672-1695 restored Spanish Castillo de San Marcos and displays collections of Indian, Spanish and English pottery shards, artillery, manuscripts, and...
Tour the Christian Indian burial grounds, planetarium, museum.
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.
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.
Camping, swimming, fishing, hiking and one of the most preserved 19th century forts in the country.
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,...
From the informative to the wacky, weird and famous exhibits, there is something here for everyone.
Construction of Castillo de San Marcos, the oldest masonry fort in the continental U.S., was started in 1672 by the Spanish to protect Saint Augustine, fist permanent settlement...