Visit List

After you book your stay with us, you'll receive a digital guidebook with detailed information about your rental, parks,
restaurants, golf, beaches, and much, much more!
The destination guidebook link is below - enjoy!

Amelia Island Guidebook Link


  • A trip to the fudge shop on Centre Street, for sure.
  • Nana Teresa's Bake Shop. 13 North 3rd Street.
  • Walk Centre Street, including one block North and one block South on the side streets. Pleasant surprises await.
  • A boat cruise with Amelia River Cruises to see the wild horses. Family cruise, BYO drinks cruise, live entertainment cruise.
  • An airplane tour of Amelia and Cumberland Islands. Skydiving. Ultralight airplane. Island airport: 904.277.7300
  • Explore inside Fort Clinch. Or the hiking and bike trails in Fort Clinch Park. Look sharp, there are deer. 904.277.7274
  • Kayak Amelia has single & double kayaks for rent, and guided tours. They also have Segway tours. 904.251.0016
  • Hire the shark tooth hunter and go shark tooth hunting. Or just head to the beach and look closely, they are there. Black, shiny fossilized sharks teeth.
  • Farmer's Market at Centre Street on 7th Street. Saturday mornings until 1pm.
  • DeNucci's Soft Serve Ice Cream, food, and more. 2210 Sadler Road.
  • Piano bar style entertainment by John Springer while you eat a delicious dinner. At the Patio Place on Ash Street, Saturdays in the evening.
  • Rent a jet ski or a boat for a few hours.
Riptide Water Sports
  • Watch the New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking movie, then go see the house where she lived, in Old Town, on the Square. And visit Centre Street to find the buildings in the movie.
  • Stop a friendly local and ask for fun places to eat. Everyone has a favorite place.
  • A great collection of pirate related books, books by local authors, local history books.
  • Fresh water swimming pools. Atlantic Recreation Center and YMCA.
  • Go fishing. With a charter boat. Or off the fishing bridge on the south end of the island. Fresh bait and friendly advice from Leaders & Sinkers Baitshop at 1620 North 14th Street, to the right of the 14th Street bridge. (904) 261-6751
  • A spa day together
  • Go north on 14th Street, all the way to the end, at the public boat ramp. Walk to the end of the concrete seawall, out in the water. Look close and you might see dolphins, or in warm weather, manatees. An interesting boat or two may pass by as well.
  • Bird watching on the Egans Creek Greenway. Take binoculars. Miles of trails for walking, running, or bicycling. Stay away from any alligators you might find, you are in Florida, always be careful.
  • Pirate Playground an ADA friendly playground, sand, water, swings, climbing, music features, & more for younger children. Next to the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center.
  • Egans Creek Park on Atlantic Avenue. An exercise park for teens and adults.
  • Rent bikes and go for a beach ride at low tide. A longer bike trail runs the length of A1A on island. Or rent scooters and ride around the island.
  • Treasure hunting at our many antique/second hand shops. Especially the one at 8th & Lime. It doesn't look like much on the outside, but it has really fun and interesting treasures inside.
  • Surfing lessons, children and adults, with Surf Asylum. Betsy Harris 904.583.4230
  • A day at the beach looking for shells, making fantasy sand castles or sculptures.
  • Take the ghost tour 904-548-0996
  • The skate park is at Main Beach.
  • Play games at the pinball museum. (904) 435-8424 On Sadler Road.
  • Rainy day, movie theater on 14th and Lime Streets. They have reclining chairs. Stay awake, no snoring.
  • Get up very early, before sunrise, and go to the beach. Sunrises at the beach are often magical.
  • Painting or acrylic pouring classes, great fun for all ages, no experience or talent needed, taught by various artists. Look for posts on this page.
  • Amelia Island Escape Rooms, 1008 South 14th Street, 904-775-5083
  • Lunch overlooking the ocean upstairs at Sliders, Salt Life, Sand Bar or Elizabeth Pointe Lodge.
  • South end of island fishing bridge, go fishing, or go and ask people to see the different kinds of fish they caught, watch as someone catches a fish, especially a larger fish on light tackle. Take water and snacks, make it an adventure.
  • Big Talbot Island, just over the south end bridge. At low tide only, discover the adventure of Boneyard Beach, dozens of driftwood trees and branches marooned on the beach. Further on is Black Rock Beach, but not real rocks, try to figure out what they are. At high tide, woodland trails to enjoy walking or bike riding.
  • Sunset dinner overlooking the river from upstairs at Salty Pelican. Same for lunch, overlooking the river.
City Golf Course
2800 Bill Melton Road
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Phone: (904) 310-3175