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NASSAU COUNTY


{Amelia Island, Bryceville, Callahan, Fernandina Beach, Hilliard, Yulee}


Amelia River Cruises


261-9972 1 N. Front St., Fernandina Beach www.ameliarivercruises.com


Tour the waterways around Amelia and Cumberland islands


alongside a knowledgeable tour guide and learn about the local history and nature. Along your way, you will see Fort Clinch, beautiful salt marshes, birds and marine life, and wild horses on Georgia’s Cumberland Island.


Northeast Florida Fairgrounds


879-4682 543378 U.S. Hwy. 1, Callahan www.neflfair.org


The Northeast Florida Fair is a family event with


educational and entertainment-based activities. The fair includes games, food, livestock shows, talent shows and more.


Ride the Beaches of Amelia Island


277-7047 4530 S. Fletcher Ave., Amelia Island www.ameliahorsebackriding.com


Owner Debbie Manser personalizes horseback riding


adventures along Amelia Island’s unspoiled beaches. Whether spending the day with family and friends, or enjoying a romantic date, you’ll enjoy an exhilarating experience when you Ride the Beaches of Amelia Island.


ST. JOHNS COUNTY


{Hastings, Julington Creek, Ponte Vedra Beach, St. Augustine, St. Augustine Beach}


Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park


829-3168 11 Magnolia Ave., St. Augustine www.fountainofyouthflorida.com


In 1513, Juan Ponce de Leon came to the New World


searching for the legendary Fountain of Youth. Come and drink from this natural spring and hear the story of Ponce de Leon. Beautiful gardens, a Timucua Indian village and a planetarium are also featured in the park.


Marineland 471-1111


9600 Oceanshore Blvd., St. Augustine www.marineland.net


Marineland provides an amazing opportunity to swim with


the dolphins. Several programs are available for experienced swimmers and waders alike. Marineland also offers kayaking tours and weeklong summer camps for children ages 7 to 12.


Old City Helicopters, LLC


824-5506 4900 US 1 N., Ste. 400, St. Augustine www.oldcityhelicopters.com


One of the best ways to see St. Augustine is from the air.


Depending on the tour, sightseers get a bird’s eye view of the beach, the Castillo de San Marcos, Flagler College and the Bridge of Lions. Tours start at as low as $39 per person.


_________________________________________________________________________ Top: Touch and feed dolphins, photo courtesy of Marineland Dolphin Adventure


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