Nature Center - Omni Amelia Island Resort

39 BEACH LAGOON ROAD, Amelia Island, FL 32034
904-321-5082   |   Visit Website

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About Nature Center - Omni Amelia Island Resort

Join an experienced naturalist on a bike, Segway, kayak, paddleboard or new pedalboard tour discovering birds, turtles, edible plants, night creatures and crabs. Several tours are designed for children and include educational crafts. Pedalboarding is our newest way of exploring the tidal salt marsh.  These innovative boards, similar to a stair stepper, use fins to propel you through the water and cover distance with ease. Stop by for Critter Talk to visit with the local animal rescues or to see Buddy the parrot, feed the turtles, or rent a fishing pole. Youth summer camps available. The Nature Center is located at Omni Amelia Island Resort and is open daily to resort guests and the public. 
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Jan 06, 2023 by G8859EKMG

Fun and Wonderful Visit

My husband and I visited the Nature Center at the Omni Resort today, mainly because we wanted to see Barry, the resident Macaw. We were greeted by a lovely and incredibly personable and intelligent...

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Dec 14, 2022 by 153tandym

A Wonderful Kayaking Adventure

I can not say enough about our kayaking adventure at the nature center with Will. My daughter had booked this adventure as a surprise and Will made it completely wonderful. He was so knowledgeable...

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Dec 03, 2022 by EvanRimmer

Great visit

A fun and enriching visit to the nature center, they have a nice collection of various small animals and a little store with a lot of nice nature themed gift options. We did the Kayak tour with Mark...

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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.