Traverse the Intracoastal Waterway on a paddleboarding adventure for a cause: broken into a series of day paddles, Something I Will Never Forget, an organized paddleboard journey, spans from St. Augustine to Palm Beach.
Hiking, biking, paddling, camping, and other outdoor recreation near the city of St. Augustine, the oldest city in Florida, established 1565. Public lands protect vast coastal habitats along the barrier islands and estuaries.
Nestled in oak hammocks along Pellicer Creek, Faver-Dykes State Park has an easy nature trail, the Pine Loop Trail, for landlubbers to trace the route of the creek through old-growth pines.
Four gentle hiking loops showcase wild spaces and cultivated grounds at Princess Place Preserve, an 1880s homestead on Pellicer Creek with a historic lodge and campground on site.
Stokes Landing provides an outdoor classroom for local schools and panoramic views of the salt marshes along the Tolomato River north of St. Augustine
Notable for its expansive landscaped gardens under a canopy of ancient live oaks, Washington Oaks Gardens State Park is also the home of one of Florida’s rare rocky shorelines.