Stay Here.  Play There!

Amelia Island is loaded with enough adventures to constantly occupy your time. But, why not extend your stay and enjoy a few side trips that are but a mere hop, skip and a jump away?  You'll still be back in time for that amazing sunset walk on the beach.

Here are just a few off-island experiences to peak your imagination. Whether it's kayaking the waterways of Amelia Island and beyond, discovering a new sport like Axe Throwing, or coming close to local wildlife, we've got it all going on in northeast Florida.

Amelia Shotgun Sports

We have everything you need, just bring yourself for sporting clays, skeet, trap and 5-stand! Open to the public and woman-owned!

Connors A-maize-ing Acres Farm

Load up the family, come out to the country and the wide open spaces of the farm and have a Farmtastic time!. While here, have fun making memories that will last a lifetime!

Disco Witch Brewing

Where funky beer and funky beats collide. A unique beer/wine and entertainment venue in Yulee, FL.

A1A Axe Throwing

If you’re wanting a date night, a ladies night, or a group night out; Ace Throwing is always a fun idea!

DownUnder Restaurant

Relaxed option for local seafood served on a dock with indoor-outdoor seating & a fishing camp vibe.

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

With more than 2,000 rare and exotic animals, 1,000 plant species and a growing number of special attractions, there’s always something new to see and do here at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens.

Okefenokee Swamp Park & Adventures

Your gateways to experience the unique ecosystem, wildlife, social heritage and natural beauty of the Okefenokee Swamp, the “Land of the Trembling Earth”

Southern Donut Company

We work with local suppliers to source the freshest and most authentic ingredients for all of our donuts, breakfast, and lunch items. We use a balance old-fashioned techniques and new age technology to ensure the highest quality. Our goal is to make your tastebuds happy!


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.