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Be Kind & Unwind on Amelia Island

June 29, 2022

We are so grateful for all of our visitors. Your positive vibes and happy energy are what keep our island thriving and our industry workers going during these busy summer months. Check out 6 things you can do to spread kindness and make the most of your time on Amelia Island!

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History

A Stroll Down Ash Street

June 24, 2022

Centre Street has always been the hub of downtown but what about some of the "postcard worthy" side streets? Let's take a stroll down Ash Street (parallel to Centre) where gorgeous old Victorian homes meet today's businesses. 

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Festivals & Events

Influencer Spotlight: Meet Rachel Covello

June 22, 2022

In celebration of Pride month, meet Rachel Covello, an award-winning speaker, writer, and Publisher of OutCoast, an online Gay Florida Travel magazine marketing the sunshine state as an LGBTQ-inclusive destination.

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Festivals & Events

Top Spots to Watch July 4th Fireworks

June 17, 2022

Imagine a 4th of July celebration like the one you remember from your childhood (or from classic movies.) Fireworks, parades, and plenty of small-town charm. Amelia Island knows how to throw the best Independence Day parties and you're invited!

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Family

Dog Days of Summer

June 15, 2022

Want to escape to Amelia Island without having to leave your four-legged family members behind?  Here is a doggone good guide to pet-friendly places to stay, eat, play and enjoy.

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Family

Oh, The Places You'll Go - A Father's Day Version

June 10, 2022

Whether it's alligators or axes, shots or seafood, let's make it an OTB (over the bridge) Father's Day they'll always remember. Check out this one-day itinerary for a ruggedly fun day off the island. Don't worry, you'll be back in time for sunset and dinner.

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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.