Amelia Island Points Of Interest
Know Where To Go
With our built in cell phone holders, Boss premium bluetooth speakers (available on HD and Sport models), it’s easy to fire up your favorite navigation app and make your way around the island.
Amelia Island is Florida’s northernmost Atlantic Ocean barrier island, part of the Sea Islands barrier island chain. Visitors can explore scenic areas such as Fort Clinch State Park or sites connected to the East Coast Greenway, which spans more than 3,000 miles between Florida and Maine.
Here are just a few of the places you can plug into your GPS while you are Rollin’ Phat!
1) Fernandina Beach
Fernandina Beach is the primary community on Amelia Island and one of the principal communities within the Greater Jacksonville region, home to a population of more than 11,400 residents.
2) Fort Clinch State Park
Fort Clinch State Park is a spacious 1,100-acre Florida state park located along Amelia Island’s northernmost peninsula, preserving the site of the 19th-century military fortress of the same name, which was named in honor of Seminole War figure General Duncan Lamont Clinch and constructed in 1847.
3) Fernandina Beach Historic District
Fernandina Beach Historic District preserves 1,500 acres throughout the Amelia Island town of Fernandina Beach, an area listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
4) The Amelia Island Museum of History
The Amelia Island Museum of History strives to preserve and promote the history and culture of the Amelia Island region, showcasing exhibits within the National Register of Historic Places-listed former Nassau County Jail facility in Fernandina Beach’s downtown district.
5) Bosque Bello Cemetery
Bosque Bello Cemetery, also known as Beautiful Woods, is n historic cemetery in Fernandina Beach’s Old Town district, believed to have been established in 1798 by the island’s Spanish colonizers.
6) The Maritime Museum of Amelia Island
The Maritime Museum of Amelia Island preserves the rich maritime history of Fernandina Beach and the Amelia Island region, housed within an historic former ice house building in the city’s downtown district.