Amelia Island, with its quaint charm, has been a beloved destination for generations. Its upscale resorts and world-class spas combine with a charming collection of bed and breakfasts, historic sites and captivating festivals for an experience that’s uniquely Floridian.
Come experience why Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island have consistently been among Florida’s highest-ranked island destinations.
Just 30 miles from Jacksonville, Amelia Island is a world apart. Golden-hued sands and guided horseback rides along the shore. See dolphin and osprey, and maybe even a glimpse of the endangered right whale.
All of this, plus luxury hotels and a wonderful selection of bed and breakfasts make Amelia Island the perfect spot for gentle recreation, historical exploration (it was controlled by France, Spain and England) or just enjoying a good book.
Fernandina Beach, on Amelia Island at Florida’s northeast border, hosts the popular Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival and is known for great golf. Downtown Fernandina Beach also offers boutique shopping, a range of scrumptious restaurants, about 13 miles of pristine beaches, abundant wildlife and clear, calm waters,
Fort Clinch State Park
The historic fort is only one aspect of this diverse 1,400-acre park. Maritime hammocks with massive arching live oaks provide a striking backdrop for hiking and biking on the park’s many trails.
Main Beach Park
Amelia Island's most well-known beachfront park offers the perfect spot for a game of catch or when you need a little break from the sand.
Peters Point Beachfront Park
Beautiful beach, pristine sand, and our meeting point for our daily beach rides. Directions can be found under our info tab.
Amelia Island State Park
This state park protects over 200 acres of unspoiled wilderness along the southern tip of Amelia Island.
Go horseback riding on the scenic, sandy beaches of Amelia Island. Our journey will begin at Peters Point Beachfront Park.
Explore the island by hovering over the pink locations on the map.