Fort Caroline National Memorial
Home of the Timucuan Preserve Visitor Center, this park memorializes the site of a 16th-century French colony—the first European settlement in the area. Check out the Visitor Center exhibits about the area’s natural history, European exploration, and the Timucua Native Americans. Take a hike on the many trails through mature hardwood forests. Trails lead to a Timucuan lodge and shell mound exhibit and a memorial fort exhibit and former French colony along the St. Johns River. After your visit, you can head across the street to access the Spanish Pond Trail leading to the Theodore Roosevelt Area.
NOTE: Dock removed
Due to hurricane damage, the floating dock was removed and replaced by a pier.
For more information on this park, including closures or changes to rentals and fees, visit NPS.gov
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