Named in honor of the Huguenot French settlers who colonized the area for a short while in the 16th century, Huguenot ... More
Huguenot Memorial Park
Named in honor of the Huguenot French settlers who colonized the area for a short while in the 16th century, Huguenot Memorial Park is another one of Jacksonville's many jewels. Aficionados of our fine-feathered friends will enjoy the avian observatory tower, and nature trails, perfect for bird watching. Adventurous types can rent canoes and use the boat launch to access the waterways, while sports-lovers can rent volleyball equipment, horseshoes and bicycles for an afternoon of fun.
Soak up the fresh air at this oceanfront Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park, which features a 1.5 mile beach, nature trails,
campgrounds, picnic areas, stocked fishing lakes and serene beaches. Lifeguards are present to keep a watchful eye on swimmers, ...
This monument is on the north side of the city and is located on a high bluff overlooking the St.
Johns River. A wheelchair accessible terrace offers visitors a scenic view of the river and wetlands. Ribault and his ...
Jacksonville Inn at Orange Park is situated in the West Jacksonville neighborhood of Jacksonville and 21 miles from Jacksonville International
Airport (JAX). Local attractions include Orange Park Mall, Westside Regional Park, Jacksonville Naval Air Station and Mandarin Museum. The ...