Tiny But Mighty, The Smallest State Park In Florida Is A Hidden Gem Worth Exploring

While we often tend to focus on the sprawling, massive state and national parks in Florida, we have another gem that is just as worthy to be featured but might be a bit smaller than most. Sitting atop a bluff along The Amelia River, the Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park is known as the smallest state park in Florida, but it really brings so much charm and history, that you won’t even notice the size.

What do you think about the smallest state park in Florida? Have you ever visited Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park? Share with us your experiences in the comments section! Or if you want to learn more about this historic spot including current hours of operation and fees to enter, check out the Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park website.

Meanwhile, if you’re spending more time here, check out a few reasons why the historic town of Fernandina Island is so special.

Address: Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park, 715 San Fernando St, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034, USA