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Old Town Trolley Narrated Tour
Experience all the historic beauty of Old Town with a trolley tour that features 20 stops and over 100 points of interest that include the Florida Heritage Museum and Anastasia Island.  Book your reservations online today!
Anastasia State Park (904) 461-2033
Available Activities:
bulletNature Trails
bulletWind Surfing
Located south on US 1 near the intersection of US 1 and I-95, Faver Dykes offers picnicking, camping, and hiking along grassy creek side and natural Florida woodlands. Tent camping sites, small RV sites, picnic tables and nature walks. Faver Dykes State Park
(904) 794-0997
Florida Agricultural Museum
(386) 446-7630
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We are the Florida Agricultural Museum located just over the St. Johns County line on US 1 (next to Princess Palace). We have over 400 acres of natural hiking and equestrian trails and also offer trail rides and riding lessons. Open wednesday through Sunday.
Fort Matanzas National Monument
Highway A1A South
(904) 471-0116
Fort Matanzas National Monument is 9 miles south of St. Augustine Beach.  It is located on Highway A1A on Anastasia Island.  The fort, on Rattlesnake Island may only be visited by ranger-led groups.  Docking of private vessels or offloading of passengers is prohibited.
bulletPark hours are 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM daily except December 25.
bulletVisitor Center hours are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily, when staffing allows.
bulletFerry operation is 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM daily, weather permitting.  Free.  First come, first served.
bulletNo admission fee.
bulletThe ferry and the fort are NOT wheelchair accessible.  The viewing dock, visitor center, restrooms and .6 mile boardwalk nature walk are.
Treaty Park
1591 Wildwood Drive
(904) 829-8807
Treaty Park offers a nature walk, picnicking, softball fields, and a paw park for dogs. 
Washington Oaks State Gardens
6400 N Oceanshore Blvd.
Palm Coast, FL 32137
Just south of St. Augustine Beach
(904) 446-6780

Washington Oaks State Gardens consists of 410 acres of Florida's coastal scenery extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the Matanzas River.  It's the Real Florida.  The land was a part of the Bella Vista Plantation owned by Gen. Joseph Hernandez, and given in to the state in 1964 by Mr. and Mrs. Owen D. Young.
bulletscenic walking trails
bulletsurf fishing
bulletswimming (no life guards)
bulletsome wheelchair accessibility but wide tired wheelchairs or all terrain wheelchairs are recommended.


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