Visit this historic structure and find out more about the French Huguenots who built the first Protestant colony in the United States. Spend time in the museum perusing the different artifacts that highlight French and Indian culture. Before...  Read More

One of the world's highest-spraying fountains, this downtown Jacksonville spectacle is not to be missed. Located on the banks of the Saint John's River in Southbank Riverwalk, next door to the Museum of Science and History. The pleasant...  Read More

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Huguenot Memorial Park

The peaceful surrounding of this park provides a great place for visitors to escape from life's troubles and relax by surfing, sailing or fishing. For those who would like to make a weekend out of it, tent and RV camping is permitted (no hook-ups are provided).

Metropolitan Park

While hosting the Jacksonville Jazz Festival every year, this riverfront park turns into a hopping venue alive with live jazz. Other music concerts are held throughout the year as well. Guests enjoy the public docking space, playground, picnic...  Read More

Fort Clinch State Park

Step back in time to the days of the Civil War to see a true-to-life depiction of the lives of Union soldiers. The fort was built during a twenty-year period from 1847-1867. Located on the ocean, this area features more than 1,000 acres of...  Read More

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Kingsley Plantation

Experience life as it was in 1798 on a Sea Island cotton plantation. Thought to be the oldest Florida plantation house still standing, this homestead still has 23 of its original 32 slave cabins. Lovely grounds surround the plantation. A visit...  Read More