The Florida Restaurant With Fish Camp Roots That Date Back To The 1940s
Anyone who lives in Florida likely already knows what a fish camp is. But for anyone who is unfamiliar, today a fish camp is usually a place where you can order up heaps of fresh, fried seafood for an all-satisfying meal. You know that oceanside greasy spoon with fresh-off-the-boat fish that’s fried to order at your local beach? That’s a fish camp. But back in the day, fish camps were considered to be places where people would hang out and fish all day, telling tales of their best catch, then cook, clean, and eat all around a campsite. We have a restaurant in Jacksonville that has deep fish camp roots, dating all the way back to the 1940s. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the historic fish camp, Singleton’s Seafood Shack in Florida.
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Have you ever been to Singleton’s Seafood Shack in Florida before? Share with us your experience in the comments section! We’re dying to know whether you prefer the first shrimp or the fried squid, dining inside in the classic, historic space or outside with the stunning water views. There’s so many choices to be made when dining at Singleton’s Seafood Shack, and the best part is, you can’t go wrong.
Or if you’re looking for more information about this seafood place in Jacksonville, including current hours of operation, then visit the Facebook Page. For another scrumptious fish camp in Florida, check out our previous article.
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Seafood Restaurants in Jacksonville
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Looking for great restaurants in Florida near the Jacksonville area? Here are some of our favorites:
- River & Post
- Black Sheep Restaurant
- Palms Fish Camp Restaurant
- Hoptinger Bier Garden
- The District
- Restaurant Orsay
- Mavi Waterfront Bar and Grille
- Beach Road Fish House
- Dockside Seafood Restaurant
- The Bearded Pig
- Crowford Chophouse