These places include caves, forts, hills, ponds, and streams. Not many people know about these unknown places in Jacksonville.

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Fort George Island Cultural State Park

Fort George Island is one of the most beautiful parks in the Jacksonville area. The trail also has a hidden pond with a black crown.


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Amelia Island

Visit Amelia Island, Florida, and explore the island's fascinating cultural and historical sites.


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St. Johns River Taxi

Explore the St. Johns River on board the St. Johns River. Water Taxi in Downtown Jacksonville Enjoy both the taxi ride and the evening sunset with live music.


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Adventure Landing

Shipwreck Island, one of the most fun of all Jacksonville attractions, offers family fun and is the perfect way to beat the Florida heat.


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Jacksonville Riverwalks

This is a virtual trip along the Jacksonville Riverwalk in Florida. It is about 2 miles long and runs along the north and south banks of the St. Johns River in Jacksonville.



Atlantic Beach

Atlantic Beach, Florida, is a Pedestrian's Paradise! Beach Bikes, State-Legal Golf Carts,


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Kingsley Plantation

It's free to look around, and I highly recommend it. For more information about Kingsley Plantation, visit


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Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Being situated on the Yant John River is perhaps one of the greatest assets of the Kummer Museum.


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Little Talbot Island State Park

Jacksonville's oldest beaches To get here, take the 295 to Heckshire Drive and continue until you reach the A1A.


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Riverside Arts Market

The Riverside Arts Market is a Jacksonville staple for art lovers, treasure hunters, music fans, and foodies.