Amelia Island, Florida Activities

The wide array of Amelia Island, Florida activities to enjoy during your visit, whether a quick getaway or a leisurely vacation, will make for a memorable stay.

Amelia Island Tourism: www.ameliaisland.com
Amelia Island is your opportunity to experience Florida beauty and history in its purest form. Whether you are planning a Florida vacation for the family or a romantic weekend getaway, the island’s history, nature, activities and accommodations ensure the best of Florida travel.

Amelia Island Museum: www.ameliamuseum.org
Housed in the historic former Nassau County Jail, this non-profit, volunteer-based museum has intrigued visitors and residents alike through its personalized approach to 4,000 years of Florida history.

Amelia Island Restaurants: www.ameliaisland.com/area-services/dining
Your Guide to all of the Restaurant Choices on Amelia Island. From Pizza, to Southern Fried Chicken, to Seafood featuring our locally caught Shrimp, from Bar-b-que to Fine Dining, your choices can be found here.

Amelia River Cruises: www.ameliarivercruises.com
Amelia River Cruises & Charters offers richly historic narrated sightseeing cruises. From Fernandina’s Historic waterfront to the breathtaking views of wild horses on Cumberland Island, Georgia, the fascinating stories of Amelia and Cumberland will enrich your coastal experience with intrigue and wonder.

Kayak Amelia Island: www.kayakamelia.com
Here at Kayak Amelia we offer guided explorations that can put you face to face with egrets, herons and a whole host of local critters.

Horseback Riding on Amelia Island: www.kellyranchinc.com
Kelly Seahorse Ranch is the only state-endorsed horse ranch located on the beach in the entire state of Florida. Kelly Ranch is located within scenic Amelia Island State Park.

Fort Clinch State Park: www.floridastateparks.org/fortclinch
Fort Clinch State Park provides a unique experience for visitors by preserving, protecting and showcasing portions of Florida’s natural and historic resources. The Park covers 1,121 acres on the north end of Amelia Island.

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