Fort Clinch State Park

2601 Atlantic Avenue, Amelia Island, FL 32034
Phone: 904-277-7274

Beach & Land

A well-preserved Civil War era fort and beautiful natural surroundings make up Fort Clinch State Park with something for everyone to do. Featuring daily tours of the fort and six miles of trails for biking and hiking as well as a beach for sunbathing, swimming, surf fishing, and beachcombing offer plenty of recreational activities. Two campgrounds, one at the beach and another at the river, offer overnight accommodations with full facilities. 

Hours: 8:00 a.m.-Sundown

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2785 Reviews
Jan 16, 2018 by randomadventurer13

Lovely place for a visit

Saw my first ever live armadillo! The view along the beach was breathtaking. It was a cooler windy day so no crowds. The fort is well preserved. Fascinating history and beautiful walking trails and...

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Jan 16, 2018 by Meowy

Vast Site with Interests for Everyone

I went to the State Park with the idea of seeing the fort, not knowing it consists of over a thousand acres of land. I mostly just toured Fort Clinch, as that was my goal, but there are plenty of...

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Jan 13, 2018 by Maputing E

Deserves Award

I came during the spring, early in the afternoon and it was not crowded, you drive through a very nice town and see not only a very nice park and beach but also a nice piece of history. The trails...

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