Where the Waters Meet

Visit one of the last unspoiled coastal wetlands on the Atlantic Coast. Discover 6,000 years of human history and experience the beauty of salt marshes, coastal dunes, and hardwood hammocks.

The Timucuan Preserve includes Fort Caroline and Kingsley Plantation.

plantation kitchen house and garden

Visit Kingsley Plantation

Visit the Kingsley Plantation and dive into a fascinating history of freedom and enslavement.

cannon in fort exhibit

Visit Fort Caroline

At Fort Caroline National Memorial visitors discover the tale of a lost colony.

a sand dune with Sea Oats and a bright blue sky

American Beach

American Beach was founded to provide African Americans beach access during segregation.

a boat at sunrise with an island featuring trees in the background

Cedar Point

The boat ramp and trails of Cedar Point bring you closer to nature.

swirling marsh grass, water and a cloudy sky

Theodore Roosevelt Area

A 600-acre natural treasure of hardwood forest, wetlands, and scrub vegetation.

dogs with park ranger

Bark Ranger Day

Relay for Life and Fort Caroline have teamed up in an event that is for the dogs.

Sea Island cotton plant

Harvest Day

This free event is open to all and includes living history demonstrations ranging from butter making to black powder demonstrations.

white gloved museum tech handles pot pieces

2017 Symposium Call for Proposals

We invite submissions for paper and poster presentations from scholars and students. Proposals must cover scholarship related to the park.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

12713 Fort Caroline Road
Jacksonville, FL 32225



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