Learn About the Park

 

With 6,000 years of human history and thousands of acres of woods, water, and salt marsh there is so much to learn about in the Timucuan Preserve.

  • History & Culture -Explore the story behind the first French colony in what is now the United States, discover a story of freedom and enslavement at Kingsley Plantation and learn about the culture of the Timucua people for whom this park is named.
  • Nature -In and around one of the East coasts largest urban areas, our park offers rare glimpses of Old Florida, wildlife, and diverse habitats.
  • News -Browse press releases and subscribe to update to keep current with what is happening in the park.
  • Photos & Social Media -Experience the park through our photos and videos. Stay connected through Facebook and Twitter.
  • For Teachers -Learn about the wonderful educational opportunities for you and your students in the park. From lesson plans to field trips we hope you see parks as great classrooms.
  • Kids -Want to learn more about becoming a Junior Ranger? Special kid's brochures, activities, and programs are waiting for you in the Timucuan Preserve.



Last updated: April 14, 2015

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

12713 Fort Caroline Road
Jacksonville, FL 32225

Phone:

904-641-7155

Contact Us