The four-lane roads of Ponte Vedra Beach narrow to two as nature takes over the ride. Two blocks east of A1A is the first public beach in Ponte Vedra, a favorite of locals - Mickler’s Landing (pronounced “Myklers.) Famous for its pink, coquina-sand stretches of beach, finding it is a special delight. Take the wooden walkway through 20-foot high sand dunes to experience the unspoiled natural habitat of wildlife and find ancient shark’s teeth among the plentiful shells.
Mickler’s Landing has bathroom facilities, outdoor showers, a wooden walkway that will accommodate wheelchairs, plenty of parking and posted information about threatened and endangered species that may be encountered while there.