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really neat place to meander.

beautiful scenery, low human impact. i bring a trash bag every time just to pick up the few pieces... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Alexis I
Hide away beach..

Quiet hideaway..Parking is far from the beach, but overall, nice, clean beach..peaceful, restrooms... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Debby W
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Reviewed 6 days ago

beautiful scenery, low human impact. i bring a trash bag every time just to pick up the few pieces of liter that float across from the camp ground. keep Florida beautiful!

1  Thank Alexis I
Reviewed 1 week ago

Quiet hideaway..Parking is far from the beach, but overall, nice, clean beach..peaceful, restrooms clean..

Thank Debby W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just north of Little Talbot is Big Talbot Island. It provides fishing (excellent boat ramp on the marsh), sightseeing, biking, picnicking and bird watching . People come here mostly to see the driftwood on the beach (don't miss), to use the wonderful and long bike...More

Thank hks40k2
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is always a great outing. It's peaceful and the beach is great. It's very calming and peaceful to be here.

Thank jsmidwife
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you love taking photos of driftwood, this is certainly the place for you. When we were there you could still see evidence of Hurricane Irma and all the horrible erosion it caused to Boneyard Beach. The driftwood is so beautiful. The park offers 3...More

Thank cheryl h
Reviewed 1 June 2018

First time visiting the area in quite a while. Remembered why we came here back in the old days. This day was rainy and overcast, nonetheless the water, beach and natural beauty was glorious. Had fun watching the grand kids chase the seagulls. I think...More

Thank angryduppie
Reviewed 22 May 2018

Nice place to go for a walk. Nice beach, warm water, very nice and attractive location. Good place for swimming.

Thank John T
Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

Definitely recommend visiting. I took my sister who was visiting from up north and we had a great relaxing time walking the beach. The driftwood is amazing. Great pictures. Recommend going to Little Talbot island south beach during low tide.

1  Thank Roxanne H
Reviewed 13 April 2018

Passed the entrance the first time. Parked and walked a short trail to get down to the actual beach. We were there late in the day and was not crowded at all. The water wasn't pretty, but that wasn't what we came for. We probably...More

1  Thank Katie C
Reviewed 10 April 2018

If you are in the area I insist you go. You can make it an all day trip or just pop in for 30 min. A beautiful beach that is as enchanting as the pictures make it look.

Thank Eckberg8
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Marilyn O
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Talbot Is park is in the middle between Amelia Is and Jacksonville. Getting there from I295 you will pass several restaurants, the ferry and a must stop the plantation and you will be 15 min from the park. If you go north... More
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