Talbot Islands State Parks
Real fun in the Real Florida! We invite you to explore our full range of dynamic coastal habitats and rich cultural history. From ocean to marsh to inland communities, beautiful trails provide easy access to 40 miles or shoreline and 10,000 acres of unspoiled vistas. Whether you're looking for a walk on the beach, horseback riding, kayaking, or fishing, Talbot Islands has something for you!
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Did You Know?
Fort Matanzas in St. Augustine, Florida is named for the slaughter of French Huguenots from Fort Caroline in 1565. In Spanish, "matanzas" means slaughters. More...