sunset over the water with shrimp boats on Amelia Island

Discover the Beauty of Amelia Island Best State Parks

Amelia Island is the perfect place to enjoy a slower pace of life and enjoy the many state parks! If you’re visiting northeastern Florida, Amelia Island and our surrounding areas have many great options. Learn about the area’s history, local wildlife, and the beautiful outdoors! You’ll see what makes Amelia Island unique no matter which state park you visit.

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Fort Clinch State Park on Amelia Island
Fort Clinch St. Park
Cumberland Island Tours
Cumberland Island Tours
Fort George Island St. Park
Okefenokee NWF
Kingsley Plantation
Kingsley Plantation

Amelia Island State Park  

When you visit Amelia Island, stop by Amelia Island State Park! Featuring over 200 acres of untouched land; this is the perfect place to explore natural Florida saltmarshes and beaches. Beachgoers can even go horseback riding on this beach!   

Big Talbot Island State Park 

Those seeking a quiet escape into nature will enjoy visiting Big Talbot Island State Park. Enjoy watching wildlife and having great photography opportunities. This park offers visitors the chance to slow down and enjoy their surroundings!   

Little Talbot Island State Park 

Little Talbot Island is another unspoiled beach in the Amelia Island area. This beach is perfect for surfing, swimming, fishing, wildlife viewing, and much more! Come and see Florida at its finest!   

Fort George Island Cultural State Park 

This park is a true treat! Fort George Island Cultural State Park has been occupied by humans for over 5,00 years and has a rich history. Native Americans lived on this land, colonists built a fort, and in the 1920s, a resort was built for visitors seeking a Florida vacation destination! This park is used for boating, fishing, cycling, and hiking.   

Cumberland Island National Seashore  

Explore the land that has seen many periods of history. Cumberland Island National Seashore offers a great way to learn more about the area and take a step back in time!   

Kingsley Plantation  

Kingsley Plantation gives a glimpse into life on a nineteenth-century plantation. Learn about the hundreds of people who lived and worked on the plantation and the importance this site holds in our shared history.   

Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge  

Nature lovers and those seeking an opportunity to escape into the Florida wilderness will love visiting this park! Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge is the perfect place to spend an afternoon immersing yourself in Florida wildlife!   

 These stunning parks offer visitors a fantastic way to experience Amelia Island! State parks are just scratching the surface. There are so many things to do and excursions to take. We look forward to welcoming you to Amelia Island!  

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