Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville

Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville - Address, Phone Number

Address: 12157 Heckscher Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32226, United States

Phone: +1-9042512320

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Time Required: 03:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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About Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville

The Little Talbot Island is located on the north east of Jacksonville and covers a large area. The park contains maritime forests, dunes and salt marshes all in the same place. The wildlife here includes river otters, marsh rabbits, bobcats and other native migratory birds. You can come here for a number of activities such as camping, fishing, hiking, swimming, canoeing, nature watching and surfing.

Little Talbot Island State Park Information

  • There are camping and picnic facilities available here.

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Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville Reviews

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  • Great place to collect shells. Beach is never crowded. Wildlife trail has spectacular natural scenery. The only draw back is the mosquitoes. After the sun goes down be inside or you will be devoured. Other than that it's well worth the drive.

  • I love going to the beach here when I'm in town. The water is a bit clearer than at the Jax beaches, and there are fewer other beach goers. It's a real gem. Only downside is the hike from parking to the beach.

  • 5 mile long clean white sand beach. We visited during Thanksgiving weekend. I think a visit during summer months would be an awesome experience for the beach lovers.

  • Go. Its an experience you'll never get again. There is too much to see in an afternoon but overnights is possable. Just don't mess with the wild horses.

  • Beautiful place. Great camping or just for a shirt visit. Trails are unique. Beach is seldom crowded. Good for "getting away from it all".

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