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Once you drive over the Bridge of Lions you leave the hectic life onshore and enter the Island. The ocean breeze cools sun tanned skin, and things run a bit slower when the surf is good. Spend some time enjoying the sandy beach or find a place to drop a line in the water. Anastasia Island parks are some of the best and most convenient outdoor recreation in our county. This list includes the parks along Anastasia Island in the 32080 zip code including, St. Augustine Beach, Butler Beach, and Crescent Beach.

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Ron Parker Park

607 Old Beach Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32080

This park is a beautiful shaded place for a picnic. It is a memorial to Deputy Marshall Ronald Parker, who was killed in the line of duty. There is a picnic area, a dog park, two play structures, swings, a softball field, basketball courts, tennis courts, paddle tennis courts, and a community garden. This parking lot is often used for overflow parking for beach events because it is four blocks from the St. Augustine Pier.

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St. Augustine Beach Splash Park & St. Johns County Pier

350 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is the park to visit on a hot day with your children. You can visit the splash pad, play on the playground, fish from the pier, picnic at the covered tables, play on the volleyball courts, visit the gift shop, get information and coupons in the visitors center, or grab a bite to eat. There are restrooms and showers for public use. To walk the pier it is $2 per person or $6 to fish. There is a farmers market on Wednesdays from 8am to 12pm and a free concert series during the Summer on Wednesday nights at 7pm.

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Lighthouse Park & the J. Edward “Red” Cox Recreation Facility

446 Ocean Vista Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This park has picnic tables under shaded scrub oaks, a climbing dome, swings, exercise bars, and two tennis courts. A boat ramp and fishing dock are located directly adjacent to the playground. For the best views of our iconic lighthouse, climb into one of the amazing trees that surround the park grounds. These verdant giants are begging children to climb into their arms.

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Hamilton Upchurch Neighborhood Park and Skate Park

1020 Anastasia Boulevard, St. Augustine, FL, 32080

This park has a playground, a beginners skate park, exercise stations, and a nature overlook. The park is next to the fire station, giving children an unobstructed view of bright red firetrucks. If your children wish to skate, there is a sign posted which indicates that children under 17 need a parental consent form on file with the city of St. Augustine. These forms are available at Surf Station…but I don’t know many skateboarders who are legal beavers like me. Skate at your own risk.

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Joel A. “Bubba” Williams Park aka Windswept Acres Park

210 Micklers Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This park has a covered pavilion, a playground, swings, restrooms, a paved path, cement climbing structures, a historic building, and a pull up exercise bar. There is no shade on the playground so it is best to visit before or after a visit to the beach (we love Mary St beach access which is across A1A from this playground).

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St. Augustine Beach Splash Park & St. Johns County Pier

350 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is the main beach access for St. Augustine Beach. To reach the beach you must walk over stairs, except for a small open access point on the northern side of the pier where you can walk directly on to the sand. There are multiple restrooms and showers for public use here in addition to the splash park. Do not swim or surf within 400 ft. of the pier. There are no ramps for strollers, wagons, or wheelchairs. Pope Road is a better access point if you need to roll straight onto the sand. 

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Pope Road Beach Access

Pope Rd, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080

Located at the end of Pope road is a small parking lot leading to the ocean. There is a dune overlook with information on the animals that live within Anastasia State Park. There are outdoor showers, but no restroom. If you need to use the bathroom, you can walk to the St. Augustine Beach pavilions. When you step on the beach you can go North and walk onto Anastasia State Park or you can walk south toward the St. Augustine pier. Leashed pets are allowed on St. Augustine beach, but not on the Anastasia State Park Beaches. You can roll strollers, wagons, or wheelchairs directly on to the beach at this access point.

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A Street Beach Access

20 A Street, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This beach access point is right in the middle of the city. There is a public parking lot, restrooms, and showers just a block from the beach. 1st St lane, between 1st street and A street, is a safer place to walk with children and gear if you use the public parking at this location. Drivers can use the vehicle access ramp at the end of this street for a cost of $10 a day. On busy Summer days this location is full of activity. There are many popular restaurants around this street (Beachcomber, Mango Mango’s, A1A Burrito Works, Jack’s BBQ, and Stir it Up), perfect for a quick bite.

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10th Street Beach Access

510 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This beach access area has a picnic table, a path to the ocean, bathrooms and a shower. There is additional public parking across the street at Cafe Eleven.

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Ocean Hammock Park

920 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080

This beach access point has a handicapped accessible boardwalk, nature viewing, and bird watching. This long pathway is perfect for those with strollers or wheelchairs. You can rent a beach wheelchair from the county if needed. This is where we brought my 90 year old grandfather so he could put his feet in the sand. You can reserve a beach wheelchair from the parks and recreation department with three days advance notice if needed. The boardwalk is just under 1/3 a mile in length.

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Mary Street/ Minnie Street Beach Access

1 Mary St St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is a vehicle access point with a dune walkover and an unpaved public parking lot. There are no restrooms or showers at this location.

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Butler Park East

5860 A1A South, Butler Beach, FL 32080

A long, rolling boardwalk leads to white sandy beaches. This park has a large parking lot with showers, BBQ grills, restrooms, and a covered picnic area.

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Crescent Beach Park

6930 A1A South, Crescent Beach , FL 32080

This park has beach access over a boardwalk with informative facts about nature. The parking lot is shared with South Beach Grill. There are restrooms, showers, and covered picnic tables. Vehicular beach access is available at this location for $10 per day.

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Spyglass Walkover

8202 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080

Located to the South of the Spyglass condominiums, this is a small parking area with a dune walkover. This parking lot is lesser known to the public and a great secret among locals. There are a lot of steps at this access point so it may be difficult to traverse with little ones or if you are carrying a lot of items.

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Matanzas Beach Vehicular Exit

8635 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is a beach vehicular exit (no vehicular beach entry here), but there is a small public parking lot. If you use this parking area to access Matanzas beach as a pedestrian, please be careful of traffic. This is a close and easy access point for reaching the beach if you have a lot of things to carry or a stroller to push. There are no restrooms or other facilities at this location. This location is shared by the Matanzas National Monument and St. Johns County.

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Fort Matanzas National Monument Beach Access East Parking Lot

8825 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This National park service runs this beach access point. There are no restrooms or showers. The boardwalk is handicapped accessible and is convenient for strollers and wagons. This is a very popular access point for fishing.

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Matanzas Inlet West Water Access (The Matanzas Inlet)

8655 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080

The inlet is the perfect place for toddlers who are afraid of waves. The calm water in the inlet is ideal for fishing, stand up paddleboard, kayaking, cast netting, swimming, and viewing wildlife. The long boardwalk is handicapped accessible and useful for wagons or strollers. If you arrive at low tide, there is an abundance of sea creatures to see on the shore. My children will spend hours collecting hermit crabs, playing in the warm tide pools, and trying to catch small fish. There are no restrooms or showers here. Be sure to bring buckets or extra water for washing dirty feet.

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Vehicle Beach Access Points

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These are areas where you can drive a vehicle on to the beach. There are no other facilities at these locations. These beach ramps do not have parking spaces or any pedestrian access. You can drive onto the beach for $10 a day when conditions allow. Please see the St. Johns County beach website for closings and beach conditions.

Dondanville RdMatanzas AvenueOcean Trace

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Davis Shores Lions Park

Alcazar Street, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This park includes benches, a historical marker, sculptures of lions in the style of the Medici lions in Italy, and a green space. The lions here are partners to the lions on the Western side of the bridge.

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Lakeside Sculpture Veterans Memorial Park

2340 A1A S, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080

This park has sculptures along a pathway honoring veterans, a fishing dock, and picnic tables. My four year old calls this the “jumping fish” park, because when we visit in the evenings we see the fish leaping out of the water in a spectacular display. No matter the time of day we like to feed the ducks and turtles that live here. This is a wonderful place for relaxation. The sculptures are beautiful. There is a small parking lot beside the police station. With so few parking spaces, you may need to park at city hall or in front of the post office and walk over to the entrance.

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Oglethorpe Battery Park

301 Oglethorpe Blvd., St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is a passive park maintained by the historical society where British General James Oglethorpe unsuccessfully tried to capture st. Augustine. As the name implies, this is where the British camped and fired upon the Castillo de San Marcos. Recent archeological excavations have revealed that the battery was in fact located near the monument at the edge of the park.

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St. Augustine Amphitheater Arboretum & Nature Trail

1340c A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This passive park is directly next to the Amphitheater. A boardwalk leads to walking trails, a small handicapped accessible paved loop, and a fishing dock. Some of the areas to explore are the backstage passageways that actors from Cross and Sword, Florida’s official state play, entered and exited the stage during the 30 years it was in production at the amphitheater. There are old camping sites and beautiful azaleas that bloom during the month of March. The path leads into the old Spanish quarries trail at Anastasia State Park. At times, this path is unkept and overgrown, please dress accordingly.

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Frank Butler Park West

399 Riverside Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This park has a boat ramp into the Matanzas river, BBQ grills, shaded picnic pavilions, ample parking, and restrooms. The picnic pavilions are large and separated for privacy. This is a beautiful spot to watch the sunset.

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SE Intracoastal Waterway Park

8301 A1A South, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is a passive park along the Intracoastal waterway, just north of Fort Matanzas National Monument. There is a trail through the coastal shrub, a covered picnic area, restrooms, picnic benches, and a scenic overlook that allows you to see historic Fort Matanzas, the river and the salt marsh. This area is good for wildlife viewing, bird watching, trail running and hiking.

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A1A Beach Blvd Parkettes

A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080

There are multiple picnic benches and parkettes along A1A. Some of these parkettes include benches, picnic tables, and small paths.

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Coquina Park

91 Coquina Ave, St. Augustine, Fl 32080

This passive park has two benches, a green space, and a beautiful view. This park was built for both flood prevention and the enjoyment of the community.

Joel A. “Bubba” Williams Park aka Windswept Acres Park

210 Micklers Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This paved path is next to the fenced park at Windswept Acres. There is a pull up bar exercise station and a short path. We have seen rabbits, snakes, and a turtle here. While the path is very short, it provides a bit of extra adventure for small children when visiting this park.

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Fort Matanzas National Monument Nature Trail

8635 A1A South, Saint Augustine, FL 32080

This nature trail is a 1/2 mile of boardwalk at the Fort Matanzas National Monument. The nature trail is wheelchair accessible. There are two small areas of sand where the trail intersects with a service road. There are educational signs along the path.

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St. Augustine Ampitheatre Arboretum & Nature Trail

1340c A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080

A boardwalk right next to the St. Augustine Ampitheatre leads to walking trails, a small handicapped accessible paved loop, and a fishing dock. Some of the areas to explore are the backstage passageways that actors from Cross and Sword, Florida’s official state play, entered and exited the stage during the 30 years it was in production at the amphitheater. There are old camping sites and beautiful azaleas that bloom during the month of March. The path leads into the old Spanish quarries trail at Anastasia State Park. Wear appropriate clothing, bug spray and sunscreen when enjoying this beautiful collection of trees.

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SE Intracoastal Waterway Park

8301 A1A South, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This park has a 1/2 mile trail through the coastal shrub, a covered picnic area, restrooms, picnic benches, and a scenic overlook that allows you to see historic Fort Matanzas, the river and the salt marsh. This area is good for wildlife viewing, bird watching, trail running and hiking.

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Ron Parker Park

607 Old Beach Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32080

There are two basketball courts at this park with benches and picnic tables nearby. This is a very active court with many people enjoying the amenities on cooler days.

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Ron Parker Park

607 Old Beach Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32080

There are 2 tennis courts, pickle-ball courts, and paddle tennis courts at this park. These courts are in a beautiful, convenient location for vacationers and residents alike.

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Lighthouse Park & the J. Edward “Red” Cox Recreation Facility

446 Ocean Vista Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32080

Our beautiful St. Augustine lighthouse stands above two fenced tennis courts at this city park. For residents and visitors alike, this is a beautiful location for a game of tennis.

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Coach Chuck Durr Athletic Field A.K.A R.B. Hunt Park

Red Cox Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is a multi purpose field dedicated to former R.B. Hunt coach Chuck Durr. During school hours, the field is closed to the public. After 3:30 PM it is open for public use. There are no restrooms available at this location. There is a pavilion with restroom facilities on the property that is for school use only and is not available to the public.

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Ron Parker Park

607 Old Beach Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is a softball field available for public use and is the only field on Anastasia Island.

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St. Augustine Beach Splash Park & St. Johns County Pier

350 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

These lighted volleyball courts are available for public use when not reserved. St. Johns County Residents can reserve a volleyball court for $15.00 with St. Johns County Parks and Recreation. Courts are reserved in pairs per hour. Up to four courts are available.

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Hamilton Upchurch Neighborhood Park & Skate Park

200 Red Cox Drive, St. Augustine, FL, 32080

This is a nice place to learn how to skate. It is considered the “little park” in St. Augustine. This area is appropriate for beginners. If your children wish to skate, there is a sign posted which indicates that children under 17 need a parental consent form on file with the city of St. Augustine. These forms are available at Surf Station. In 2015 a law was passed for all sports that have “inherent risk.” This law provides that all users skate at their own risk no matter the age. Children under the age of 16 are required by law to wear helmets in the state of Florida.

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Ron Parker Park

607 Old Beach Rd., St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is the only dog park in St. Augustine Beach. It is a beautiful shaded area for playing with your canines. There are two fenced areas for dogs. There is enough room to throw a ball and a nice picnic table for relaxing while your puppy spends time in the great outdoors. There is also a plastic pool and water fountain for dogs who love to get a bit dirty and need to be washed before returning home. This is a wonderful dog park with lots of friendly people and pets.

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Lighthouse Park Boat Ramp

446 Ocean Vista Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is a beautiful central location for boaters with a large parking lot. It has 2 boat ramps, restrooms, and space for 12 vehicles. This is the perfect place to access Salt Run.

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Frank Butler Park West Boat Ramp

400 Riverside Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This boat ramp allows access to the brackish waters of the Matanzas Inlet. There is a large parking area with space for 14 to park your vehicle and trailer. This is the perfect place for a sunset boat cruise with family. This location has one boat ramp with double access, a dock, a floating dock, picnic shelters, a BBQ Pit, BBQ Grills, and restrooms.

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Green Road Boat Ramp

199 Green Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This boat ramp has parking for 4 vehicles with trailers and a fishing pier. There are no restrooms. Boaters will gain access to the Matanzas river from this location.

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Palmetto Road Boat Ramp

395 Palmetto Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This boat ramp has very little parking and no restrooms. There is a small fishing pier down the unpaved walkway. Boaters will gain access to the Matanzas river from this ramp.

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Lakeside Sculpture Veterans Memorial Park

2340 A1A S, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080

My five year old calls this the “jumping fish” park, because when we visit in the evenings we see the fish leaping out of the water in a spectacular display. No matter the time of day we like to feed the ducks and turtles that live here. Ducks and turtles like oats, corn, peas, small cut up vegetable scraps and birdseed.

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Lighthouse Park Fishing Pier

446 Ocean Vista Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This is a 100 ft fishing pier with cleaning stations and a public restroom in the nearby park. There is ample parking at this location. This pier accesses salt run. When we visited we were fortunate to see a sea turtle.

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St. Johns County Ocean Fishing Pier

350 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

It is $6 per person to fish on this pier. If you wish to walk the pier as a sightseer, the cost is $2 per person. The St. Johns county gift shop offers fishing supplies, snacks, and souvenirs. There are public restrooms, making it easy to spend a full day fishing.

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St. Augustine Ampitheatre Arboretum & Nature Trail

1340c A1A S, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This fishing dock is in the Arboretum beside the Ampitheatre and Anastasia State Park. To access the dock you must travel the dirt road or walk through the paths. This is a secluded and quiet place to fish or watch the birds. During our recent trek through the Arboretum the paths were overgrown. Be sure to wear appropriate clothing and bug spray.

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Helen Mellon Schmidt Park

9200 Summer Island Dr, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This beautiful park is located on an approximately .6 mile unpaved road beside Summer Island. At the opening of the park is a kayak launch, where you can wade into the inlet. As you drive down the dirt road, you will find yourself further onto Rattlesnake Island, the same island where Fort Matanzas National Monument sits. There is a dirt parking lot for parking and on shore fishing access as well as additional kayak launch areas. This park has room for everyone in beautiful, unspoiled natural Florida.

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Green Road Fishing Pier

199 Green Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This small fishing pier is next to the Green Road boat ramp. Fishermen will gain access to the brackish water in the Matanzas river. There is a small area for parking.

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Palmetto Road Fishing Dock

395 Palmetto Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This small fishing dock is down a dirt path. The dock is on the brackish water in the Matanzas river. There is no specified parking at this location.

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Frank Butler Park West Fishing Dock

400 Riverside Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

The small fishing dock and floating dock are next to the Butler west boat ramp. Fish into the brackish water of the Matanzas inlet at this location. There are public restrooms at this park, making fishing easier if you have children with you. The nearby BBQ pits and picnic pavilions make it possible to cook and eat your catch immediately.

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Crescent Beach Fishing Pier

Coastal Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32080

The fishing pier is directly under the east side of the SR 206 drawbridge in Crescent Beach. The pier is shaded from the hot sun by the roadway. There are no restrooms at this pier. The dirt area near the dock is a good place to launch a kayak into the Matanzas Inlet.

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Ocean Hammock Park – 920 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine Beach 32080

920 A1A Beach Blvd., St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080

This boardwalk to the beach is just over 1/3 of a mile long and is perfect for those with strollers or wheelchairs. The boardwalk takes you over marshland and the coastal dunes. You will able to see birds, snakes, and the occasional gopher tortoise. This long pathway is perfect for an afternoon stroll or to see some of the birds native to our coast.

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SE Intracoastal Waterway Park

8301 A1A South, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This park has a 1/2 mile trail through the coastal shrub, a covered picnic area, restrooms, picnic benches, and a scenic overlook that allows you to see historic Fort Matanzas, the river and the salt marsh. This area is good for wildlife viewing, bird watching, trail running and hiking.

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Pope Road Beach Access

Pope Rd, St. Augustine Beach, FL 32080

This beach access point has a handicapped accessible dune overlook with information on the animals that live within Anastasia State Park. Birds and sea turtles nest along the shore of this State park. When you step on the beach you can go North and walk onto Anastasia State Park or you can walk south toward the St. Augustine pier. Leashed pets are allowed on St. Augustine beach, but not on the Anastasia State Park Beaches in order to protect the sensitive nesting area.

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Anastasia State Park

300 Anastasia Park Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

This state park is $8 per vehicle to enter. The park offers nature trails, 4 miles of unspoiled beach, bird watching, a stand up paddle board, canoe and kayak launch, bathrooms, showers, geocaching, surfing, 3 covered picnic areas, camping, hiking, trail running, bicycling, boating, and fishing. There are three playgrounds in the park (one next to the beach access and the other two in the camping loops) and a concession area with covered tables. The Spanish Coquina Quarry trail can be accessed without going through the main gate.

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Fort Matanzas National Monument

8635 A1A South, Saint Augustine, FL 32080

This National park has restrooms, off-beach parking, a dune walkover, restrooms, a visitor center with gift shop, a free ferry ride to fort Matanzas on rattlesnake island, and a nature trail. The passes for the ferry ride are issued from the Fort Matanzas Visitor Center on a first come, first served basis. Family members of all ages must have a pass to board the ferry. Entry to the park is always free. They are open daily from 9 am-5pm and the ferry runs every half hour from 9:30am to 4:30pm.

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Matanzas River Keeper

291 Cubbedge Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

The Matanzas River Keeper is a non-profit, grassroots organization dedicated to protecting the health of the Matanzas River and its tributaries. They run the popular “litter gitter” program, which takes volunteers out on to the water in a boat to collect litter. This program is meant to build an appreciation for the Matanzas River and expose the negative impact of man made litter. This is an educational organization that seeks involvement from the community. You can sign up to join a trip on the “litter gitter” or speak to the river keeper on the importance of conservation.

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St. Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park and Crocodile Crossing Zipline – 999 Anastasia Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

999 Anastasia Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

Two men started collecting alligators in 1890 and quickly developed a beloved Florida tourist attraction. The alligator farm is the only zoo in the world with living specimens of all 24 species of crocodilian. They have gained popularity with bird enthusiasts and nature photographers because of their large native bird rookery. If you have children who love dinosaurs, do not miss this zoo. Adults are $26.99 and kids 3-11 are $15.99. There is a discount with your local drivers license. For the best deal, I suggest the family annual membership for $129.95. If you are a thrill seeker, you may wish to zipline over the alligators. The zipline starts at $37.

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River to Sea Preserve

9805 N Ocean Shore Blvd, Palm Coast, FL 32137

St. Johns County has a small parking area and a kayak launch next to Marineland, but the largest entry to the preserve is within Flagler county. This preserve has beach access with informative signs about nature beside Marineland, a picnic area, public restrooms, and unpaved nature trails. There are multiple points of entry to this preserve. The walking trails are south of the beach access point on the west side of A1A. This property is maintained cooperatively by Marineland and Flagler County.

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Marineland

9600 Oceanshore Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080

Marineland opened in 1938 as the world’s first oceanarium. The park is open daily to visitors with a shark tank feeding, a dolphin educational program and a behind the scenes tour. You can see dolphin, sea turtles, sharks, and experience a touch tank at this attraction. This attraction is located in the city of Marineland, which is a town shared by St. Johns County and Flagler County. Most people come here to swim with the dolphins. Prices vary from $22.95 to $239 for 30 minutes in the water with a dolphin.

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Washington Oaks Gardens State Park

6400 N Ocean Shore Blvd, Palm Coast, FL 32137

Located just 2 miles from St. Johns county in Palm Coast, this popular state park features beautiful formal gardens, nature trails, a coquina beach (located opposite the main entrance), and an area to fish in the Matanzas river. Washington Oaks  is perfect for picnics, sightseeing, fishing, bicycling, birding, wildlife viewing, hiking, and running. Entry to the park is $5 per vehicle. There is a playground and a picnic pavilion for children just past the entrance to the formal gardens. A gift shop and a visitors center are open daily. This is a wonderful location for family pictures, a picnic, or an afternoon date.

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LEAH NOEL

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Leah was born in the Wild West of California and raised in the beautiful bluegrass of Kentucky. She fell in love with the magic of St Augustine and moved here as a newlywed. She lives with four untamable children, a menagerie of animals and a loving husband. Leah spends most of her time trying to wrangle small beasts as they explore the world, tell her they don’t want what’s for dinner and complain about wearing shoes. Her favorite things are seeing the spark of discovery in little eyes and being creative. Leah loves to help and has a tender heart. She rarely meets someone she doesn’t like. Don’t be afraid to say hello if you see her out and about.