July 20, 2021
Amelia Island is crowned on the north side and draped on the south by two stunning State Parks — with a small jewel of a Park in between. Savvy travelers know to seek out the history, natural beauty, and array of fun activities Amelia Island and the parks have to offer.
Set on 1,400 acres, this park is home to historic Fort Clinch, one of the most perfectly preserved Civil War forts in the United States.
Set on the southernmost tip of Amelia Island, the views from this State Park are never anything short of striking.
Located just past Amelia Island State Park, this one-mile long pedestrian-only bridge spans the Nassau Sound and connects Nassau County to Duval County.
Although small in size, this park contains centuries of Florida history.
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