Outdoor Activities

Nature is as much a part of our makeup as history.

On May 4, 2020, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis removed travel restrictions to Florida as part of the state’s phase one re-opening. In conjunction with this, tourism businesses on Florida’s Historic Coast have adopted industry accepted national and state recommended protocols in order to protect the health, safety and wellness of our visitors, residents, and employees.

With miles of water and currents flowing in every direction, the outdoors on Florida's Historic Coast make for one of the most kayak-friendly places in the U.S. Discover unique wildlife, flora and fauna along our beaches and parks - don’t miss the resort area, Ponte Vedra Beach. And for fishing, the area can’t be beat. We’ve got saltwater and freshwater, inland and deep-sea. Take a fishing charter or fish from a pier; just be sure to get a license first.

St. Augustine Beach

Ron Parker Park Located in St. Augustine Beach, Ron Parker Park offers a shaded playground for the kids, basketball...

St. Augustine

Treaty Park Includes dog park, tennis courts, multi-purpose fields, picnic pavilions, lake fishing,...

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