• Sunrise over the Fort George River in the Timucuan Preserve.

    Timucuan

    Ecological & Historic Preserve Florida

Talbot Islands Activities

The Talbot Islands State Parks provide a variety of opportunities to experience the Real Florida. If you want a guided experience, consider the following Visitor Service Providers or click here to find out about ranger programs.

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Man kayaking

Explore with Kayak Amelia the tranquil salt marsh of the Timucuan Trails State and National Parks! Canoe and kayak rentals, as well as guided tours, are available. Come face to face with egrets, herons, and perhaps a dolphin or manatee.

 
Four people on segway tour

Experience a fun and easy way to tour - take a segway tour! Whether you like history, nature, or just playing outdoors, you're sure to enjoy exploring on a cross-terrain Segway fully guided by Ecomotion Tours.

 
Horseback riding on the beach at Amelia Island State Park
Take a ride with the only state-endorsed horse ranch located on the beach in the entire state of Florida offering the romance of beach horseback riding – all year long! Kelly Seahorse Ranch offers several trips per day.
 
Fishing pier, adjacent to the Nassau Bait and Tackle shop

The Nassau Sound Bait and Tackle shop (904-277-9772), located on the north end of the George Crady fishing bridge, is open year-round and offers live bait, snacks, and (more importantly!) some of the best fishing advice in the area. Get your supplies to catch a variety of fish, including whiting, jacks, drum, and tarpon.

Did You Know?

Historic drawing showing Timucua women

Timucua women wore skirts made from cured Spanish moss, which is not a moss at all but a member of the bromeliad family. More...