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Jacksonville Beach Pier, Jacksonville Beach

(3.8/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • This site is closed due to Hurricane Mathew damage from 2016. No expected date of reopening. Some might use the parking lot or fish by it, however the facility itself is closed for at least 2017.  more »
  • The beaches were so well groomed ! Clean water but too cold for me. There were people swimming,surfing, sunbathing and bike riding. Free parking and close to shops and restaurants . Really nice broad ...  more »
  • We spent the entire afternoon enjoying the beach. We picked up many lovely shells, had plenty of room to sit in our chairs and enjoy the sun without feeling crowded. The sand and shoreline were very n...  more »
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  • I really like the pier area. I've never actually been out on the pier, but my daughter and I frequent this spot because of the shade. Much easier than dragging out a tent or umbrella. Always interesting people around... so great people watching. Parking is free in the off season, and the bathrooms... are better than no bathrooms. We've been here a lot. And it's always an interesting time. I do wish people would stop throwing cigarette butts in the sand... and just trash in general. Keep our beautiful beaches clean. For this reason we have been going more and more to the state parks. Especially in the summer... when you have to pay regardless. I don't mind paying an entrance fee at a park that goes to help maintaining it. Little Talbot and Hanna park both have beautiful beaches with almost no trash.
  • This section of the beach is easily accessible; the pier itself charges an entrance fee and a fee to fish but its a nice addition to the area. If you go up north more, there are beaches with less crowds and cleaner/softer sand, just not as much public facilities.
  • I love this place. I can't wait until they rebuild it, after the storm knocked it down. It is such a refreshing way to spend the day.
  • The pier and wooden walkways to the beach was closed off by the order of police. You could still get to the beach by walking around the walk ways. I did however enjoy looking at the blue waters and white sands. I found quite a few shells to take back to Oklahoma with me. I might even take some sand back before I go.
  • Pier was closed due to storm damage, so we didn't get to go on the pier. But the area around was very nice. Plenty of shops and restaurants around.