Lisa Duke Team Area Favorites!
Sometimes we are so busy carrying on with everyday tasks and shuffling from one thing to the next, that we neglect to truly dive in to where we live. Jacksonville and it’s surrounding communities are filled with so many amazing places, and we want to make sure they get recognized! We encourage you to add some of these wonderful places to your “Hometown Must See” List!
Little Talbot Island With it’s beautiful barrier island beach and ancient dunes, this is undeveloped beach is a hit! -Heidi’s vote
St. Augustine You’re going to need more than just a day to devote to St. Augustine! Castille de San Marcos, the Alligator Farm, and the lighthouse are just a few spots you want to check out. -Susan’s vote
Kayak Amelia Get a glimpse of local marine and wildlife up close, with your choice of several different guided tours. When you’re done, swing by Sandollar Restaurant for lunch! – Katie’s vote
Centre Street in Fernandina Beach Take a stroll down historic Centre Street, there is so much to see. Kim says you need to stop by Salty Pelican- you won’t be disappointed! -Kim’s vote
Tree Hill Nature Center With more than 50 acres of trails, Tree Hill is home to Florida Natural History Museum, butterfly & hummingbird gardens, and lots of unspoiled lush beauty! – Ronne’s vote
The Jetties at Huguenot Park For camping, beach walks, and fishing, the Jetties are a favorite local hot spot and have something for everyone. Swing by the Nature Center while you’re there! -CJ’s vote
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens The easy crowd pleaser, the Zoo is home to so many amazing animals, Stingray Bay and a fun Play Park & Splash Pad, perfect for cooling off the kiddos on hot summer days! – Kathy’s vote
Okefenokee Swamp Take a little drive up to Waycross and visit this amazing place! You’ll feel like you’re stepping into a different time in history as you see and learn about creatures and ancient Okefenokee culture! – Dana’s vote
Jacksonville Arboretum Right here in our hometown, you can escape to a world where everything is quiet and you get to see nature, untouched and unspoiled. Walk amongst the trees and trails that encircle a beautiful lake, and let your worries melt away! – Lisa’s vote
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