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Fort Clinch State Park Main Entrance, Fernandina Beach

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With a collection of different environments, Fort Clinch State Park Main Entrance is both a natural and historical landmark. The actual fort, which was founded in the 18th century, is open daily for touring. You can experience a variety of outdoor activities here, such as pier fishing, hiking, and shelling. The Amelia River runs through the park, and a campground with full facilities rests near its banks. Another campground is near the Atlantic Ocean. The first weekend of every month military reenactments fill the fort with performances of historical battles. Use our Amelia Island trip itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Fort Clinch State Park Main Entrance and other attractions in Amelia Island.
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  • Add this to your list of places to spend some time! Even the drive back into the fort is breathtaking!  more »
  • This fort is a very well preserved example of a Third System coastal defense fort, built in the 1840s. Over 5 million bricks were used in it's construction, which was made obsolete by rifled cannon ca...  more »
  • This is truly for history lovers. Visiting this place is one I sincerely enjoyed. As other reviews have stated it's not overwhelmed with tourists thus minimum crowds. It's history is articulated in th...  more »