7 Of The Best Beaches Near Jacksonville To Visit This Summer
When it comes to beautiful beaches, Jacksonville, Florida doesn’t disappoint. Jacksonville’s 22 miles of white sand beaches offer a great escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And what’s really great about Jacksonville’s beaches is that they’re family friendly. So, you can’t go wrong if you spend your family’s summer vacation here in this wonderful city.
Jacksonville has three main beach areas: Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach and Neptune Beach. And just up the road on Amelia Island are four other incredible beaches: Fort Clinch Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Peter’s Point Beach and American Beach.
Listed below is a closer look at each of these seven beaches. Which would you consider to be the best beach in Jacksonville?
Do you plan on visiting any of these Jacksonville beaches this summer? Are there other beaches in or near Jacksonville that you like to visit? Let us know in the comment section. We would love to hear from you!
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Beaches In Florida
Where are some of the best hidden beaches in Florida?
These hidden beaches in Florida won’t stay secret for long, but at the very least, they are a bit more secluded and less crowded. If you’re looking for a bit more peaceful beach trip, consider the following places:
- Usina Beach in St. Augustine
- Playalinda Beach in Canaveral National Seashore
- Cayo Costa State Park on Captiva
- CaladesiI Island State Park in Dunedin
Check out this article to read more information on these and other hidden beaches in Florida.
What are some of the top-rated beaches in Florida?
Sure, it comes down to personal opinion, but the popular opinion is that these are some of the top-rated beaches in Florida. Take a look at this list and then make sure you read the entire article on Florida’s best beaches to see if you agree!
- Bahia Honda in the Florida Keys
- Delray Beach in Palm Beach County
- Lovers Key in Fort Myers
- Anna Maria Island in Manatee County
- Fort De Soto Park near St. Petersburg
What are some of Florida’s best beach towns?
It’s not only the sand and ocean that can attract people to a beach in the Sunshine State. Part of the attraction can also come from the town where the beach is located. Here are some of the most charming beach towns in Florida that you’ll want to spend some time in the next time you head to the beach:
- Grayton Beach in northwest Florida
- Marco Island
- Fernandina Beach
- Pass-a-Grille near St. Petersburg
- Captiva Island