Fort Clinch State Park

2601 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-277-7274   |

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About Fort Clinch State Park

Daily tours with period reenactors depicting garrison life bring the fort to life for visitors. Sunbathing, swimming, and beachcombing are popular activities at the beach.

Anglers can take advantage of excellent surf fishing. Hikers and bicyclists can enjoy a six-mile trail through the park. Self-guided nature trails provide opportunities to learn about and observe native plants and wildlife.

A full-facility campground and a youth camping area provide overnight accommodations. Located north of the city of Fernandina Beach, off State Road A1A.

Room Information

$26.00 - $0.00


Central Island

Daily, Weekly

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Special Offers

  • Seaside Salute - 25% discount on Annual Entrance Passes for active duty and honorably discharged military personnel. Valid at all Florida State Parks.


Oceanfront, Pet Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible


  • Yahoo! Sports Top 5 Florida State Parks for Summer Tent Camping 2012

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3204 Reviews

May 18, 2019 by titleatty2016

Interesting Historical Legacy

Stopped by prior to kayaking the Amelia Island waters. Great place and a must see visit. Fascinating museum and separate fort to explore. Defies the typical "tourist trap" set up. Historical...

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May 17, 2019 by BarbAmergian

Fort Clinch

A must do for Amelia Island visitors. The beaches on the ocean side are beautiful and the river front side is great for boat watching and fishing. Miles of trails to hike and bike, camping, and of...

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May 12, 2019 by Victor G

Day trip during the week

Have not been in many years to this park. Visited the old fort and the beach area. Neither were very crowded on the day we visited.

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About Amelia Island

Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.