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Big Talbot Island State Park

12157 Heckscher Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32226-2528
+1 904-251-2320
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Sand Dunes, Swamps And Trails

This is a fairly tupical area for this region along the coast with swamps, wetlands, sand dunes, a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Oldjack
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Greater Melbourne, Australia
Dead trees looking like bones

It is a small beach by Florida standards and it is covered by interesting trees. Also, there is a... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
heckfy
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Pleasanton, California
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  • Excellent70%
  • Very good24%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“boneyard beach” (31 reviews)
“low tide” (17 reviews)
“fallen trees” (9 reviews)
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12157 Heckscher Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32226-2528
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+1 904-251-2320
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a fairly tupical area for this region along the coast with swamps, wetlands, sand dunes, a beach and tropical forst. There are walking trails which are interesting. Parking costs $3.00 if you pull in off 1/A/1.

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 2 days ago

It is a small beach by Florida standards and it is covered by interesting trees. Also, there is a trail in a nice forest along the beach. The beach feel remote and private, very clean, great for walking.

Thank heckfy
Reviewed 3 days ago

We were in Jacksonville for a concert and decided to check out the state park before we headed home. Amelia Island & Little Talbot State parks also. They were all wonderful

Thank hllangford
Reviewed 1 week ago

I like this park, it is easy to get to and parking your car is not too distant from the water. However I prefer Little Talbot park better.

Thank George S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This stop on the map is a bit obscure and probably would not find without word of mouth in the past! Which is how we found it! Luckily we have trip advisor and a lot of things we may have missed we can now find....More

1  Thank 1971hippiebus
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

To get to it we walked a cute trail that took about 15 minutes. While walking through the trees, you can hear the waves creating an amazing relaxing sensation. Once you get to the beach the view is mesmerizing. We took great pics!!! Definitely worth...More

1  Thank Heloiza M
Reviewed 12 October 2017

This is my most favorite spot on Amelia Island. I have lived here all my life and every chance I get, I go there just for serenity.

1  Thank teresavos
Reviewed 23 September 2017 via mobile

This was a wonderful place to walk on the beach and observe all of the Driftwood trees. I've been meaning to go here for about a year and I'm so glad I did. A great place to take pictures.

Thank Pam A
Reviewed 23 September 2017

there is considerable beach erosion in progress here and dozens of trees complete with their root systems are lying on the beach exposed to the tides, sun, wind, etc. The result is a fantastic gallery of wood works carved by Mother Nature herself. One can...More

Thank Kilo C
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

There are multiple ways to get here. The shortest is big talbot state park parking area. The bike trails/ped walks take a lot longer and are not good if you wear flip flops(like we did). I am a regular hiker btw. ONLY go at low...More

Thank Jennifer O
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