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The beach itself is really neat, driftwood beach. I went on a weekday and had the beach to myself majority of the time. There really isn't much parking, and was hard to see from the road, nearly missed it. The "park" area itself looks like...More
If you’ve never seen a boneyard, it’s worth a stop.
We stumbled across a similar beach in Jekyll Island that we liked a little better.
If you’re in the Jacksonville area stop and see this wonder of nature.
Beware of the giant spiders on the...More
Visited at dead low tide on a Sunday afternoon. I got the last space in the parking area at the Black Rock trailhead. See that they are now collecting $3/day at this location due to its increased popularity with the bike trail. They did a...More
I visited boneyard beach today and got much more than I expected. I followed the trail from the parking area and it was very natural and got smaller and narrower as you went. Thankfully I marked the beach so I would know how to find...More
We went on the bike trail and it was awesome!! We have also been to black Rock Beach which you will wanna do on low tide. Very cool place and all the trees on the beach just beautiful. You do have to walk about a...More
If looking for the real natural Florida this is a mist see as boys been well preserved by the park system. Jacksonville has more park land by acres than any other city in America and this park is a big part of it.There are wild...More
Talbot Is park is in the middle between Amelia Is and Jacksonville. Getting there from I295 you will pass several restaurants, the ferry and a must stop the plantation and you will be 15 min from the park. If you go north... More
Talbot Is park is in the middle between Amelia Is and Jacksonville. Getting there from I295 you will pass several restaurants, the ferry and a must stop the plantation and you will be 15 min from the park. If you go north , you are 20 min away from Amelia Is with wonderful shops and restaurants. Have fun!