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    The Jacksonville Landing

    7 reviews

    Great relatively SAFE downtown attraction during the day and even at night. Great views of the water and Jax skyline.

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    Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

    15 reviews

    High quality medium-sized AZA accredited zoo. Great apes exhibit with breeding bonobos and potentially breeding gorillas. Feeding station for giraffes and nectar cups for lorikeets. Vocalizing siamangs. Elephants, tigers, lions and harpy eagle and much more. Spend 3+ hrs and you'll see most of it and have a wonderful time.

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    Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

    6 reviews

    Great campground with lots of amenities for the whole family. Camp store closed. Nice lake. Easy bike ride to ocean beaches. Highly recommend despite camp store closed. Great bike trails!!!!!!

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    Riverwalk

    6 reviews

    This is the South-bank of the St Johns River. Easy access to the MOSH and Liberty Park. There is also a Maritime museum near the water fountain.

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  • 5

    Huguenot Memorial Park

    4 reviews

    Waterfront campsites, a bird observation area, and gorgeous views of some of North Florida`s remaining natural areas await visitors to Huguenot Memorial Park. In addition to the natural beauty of the area, the park also offers swimming, fishing, surfing, a boat launch area, picnic shelters, restrooms, and shower facilities to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.

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    St. Johns Town Center

    3 reviews

    The shopping area is a large complex, built in a downtown, park-like setting with benches, fountains, hot dog carts, sidewalks and street lamps adding the atmosphere as you walk, shop and dine. There is a large, varied selection of both Department (Target, Dillards) and boutique shops and piped in music. It is wonderful early on a Sunday but gets busier ...

  • 7

    Jacksonville Museum Of Science And History

    5 reviews

    Great local experience. Somewhat small for a large city.

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  • 8

    Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville

    3 reviews

    The Suns are affiliated with the Florida Marlins. This stadium is 1st class for a AAA team. The Bragan Family has made this team and its home games one of the best family friendly events in Jacksonville. Friday night fireworks and a big screen movie. Thirsty Thursdays are always a great time.

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    Northbank Riverwalk

    3 reviews

    The Landing is a family friendly zone. Shops, dining and live music almost every night of the week. Only downside is finding a parking place.

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  • 10

    Fort George Island Cultural State Park

    3 reviews

    Welcome to Fort George Island Cultural State Park Native Americans feasted here, colonists built a fort, and the Smart Set of the 1920s came for vacations. A site of human occupation for over 5,000 years, Fort George Island was named for a 1736 fort built to defend the southern flank of Georgia when it was a colony. Today┬┤s visitors come ...

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  • 11

    Fort Caroline

    3 reviews

    Neat bit of history. Jacksonville's contribution to the National Parks System.

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  • 12

    Friendship Park and Fountain

    3 reviews

    A beautiful sight at night

  • 13

    Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena

    3 reviews

    Amazing venue. I've seen several shows here.

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  • 14

    Fort Caroline National Memorial

    3 reviews

    Fort Caroline National Memorial is part of US National Park Services park units. It has several location around the Jacksonville area. Disability Access and Disability parking will vary from location to location. You will need about 4 to 6 hours to visit all the sites.

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    George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier

    2 reviews

    Great fishing pier. Only $1.00 for spectators and $4.00 to fish all day. They rent equipment and provide fishing license!

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  • 17

    Kayak Amelia

    2 reviews

    Guided Kayak EcoTours Northeast Florida offers thousands of acres of tranquil inland marshes, secluded sandy beaches, and winding bike trails to explore on one of our many guided kayaking, biking, or stand up paddle board Eco Tour. All guided kayak tours are beginner friendly.

  • 18

    Metropolitan Park

    3 reviews

    Metropolitan Park is a 32-acre, urban waterfront park located on the north bank of the St. Johns River in Downtown Jacksonville, Florida. It is projected to be the eastern terminus of the north-bank Jacksonville Riverwalk

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    Anheuser-Busch Brewery

    2 reviews

    Surprisingly, this mass production brewery is a pretty fun place to take a tour, if you're looking for something to do away from JAX beaches. Check the website in advance for tour times and schedules. Try to eat something beforehand, so you've got something in your stomach before the free beer tastings!

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