Duval County is called Florida's First Coast. The St. Johns River flows north into the Atlantic Ocean just below the border of Georgia.
Parks and Forests
- Alimicani Park
- Betz Tiger Point
- BigTalbot State Park
- Yellow Bluff Fort Historic State Park
- Castaway Island Preserve
- Kingsley Plantation
- The Timucuan Preserve
- Ribault Club
- Kayak The St. Johns River
- Jennings State Forest
River City Brewing Company, Jacksonville - Southbank near MOSH at 835 Museum Circle. Call David or Karen at 904-398-2299.
Clark's Fish Camp is a fun, unique (truly unique -- you've got to see it to believe it) seafood restaurant on the St. Johns River, 12903 Hoodlanding Road, Mandarin, ph 904-268-FISH (3474).
Foxy Lady Cruises offers lunch and dinner cruises every day and special symphony dinner cruises. Custom cruises available for groups. Departs from River City Brewing Company restaurant on the southbank near MOSH, 835 Museum Circle, Jacksonville. Phone 904-398-9553.
Jacksonville River Cruises has old-fashioned paddleboats, the Lady St. Johns and Annabelle Lee, for dinner cruises on the St. Johns River. Located at 1501 Riverplace Blvd. Ph#904-306-2200.
Kayak Tours and Rentals
Kayak Amelia offers guided tours and kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals. Location 13030 Hecksher Drive, Jacksonville, phone 904-251-0016.
St John's Interactive River MapClick Here To View Map
St John's River Alliance
2029 North 3rd Street
Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250
(904) 247-1972 x 414