Atlantic Coast

Florida
From Jacksonville Beach to Coral Gables and all points in between, this subject gives information on the many beaches and destinations on Florida┬┤s Atlantic coast

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse star
If you're staying in Ormond or Daytona Beach, a short drive south to the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse is a worthwhile addition to your beach visit. At 175', it is the tallest lighthouse in Florida. Take a self-guided tour up to the gallery deck to enjoy an ocean breeze and panoramic view.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse star
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, the oldest existing structure in Palm Beach County, offers a panoramic view from over 150 feet above sea level. Continue reading to discover the interesting history of this maritime beacon and learn about other activities available on its grounds.

Marine Science Center in Ponce Inlet star
The Volusia County Marine Science Center is an educational and fun place to visit for the whole family. Their mission is to rehabilitate sea turtles and birds and to educate the public about them and other sea animals. Touch pools provide hands-on interaction with some sea animals.

Merritt Island and Canaveral National Seashore star
The northern section of Merritt Island, adjacent to the Kennedy Space Center, comprises both Canaveral National Seashore and a national wildlife refuge. The national seashore protects 25 miles of undeveloped beach. The wildlife refuge offers hiking trails and wildlife viewing.

Tomoka State Park star
If you are planning a visit to the Daytona area and looking for a place to camp, Tomoka State Park in Ormond Beach may be what you're looking for. Besides camping, the park offers a 13-mile canoe trail, fishing, picnicking, and wildlife watching.

Visiting St Augustine star
St Augustine, oldest city in Florida, is worth visiting both for its historic structures and its recreational opportunities. Here are some suggestions for sites to visit in Old Town and on Anastasia Island.

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