Kingsley Plantation

Kingsley Plantation

Photograph by Will Dickey--Kingsley Plantation, Timucuan Preserve, January 12, 2013 in Jacksonville, Florida.(


Wednesday - Sunday until further notice
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


11676 Palmetto Ave
Jacksonville, FL 32226


No fees for parking or park access

Located on historic Fort George Island within the Timucuan Preserve, this site protects the oldest standing plantation house in Florida, the remains of original tabby slave cabins, the original barn and kitchen house. A garden is planted with sample crops that would have been grown during the plantation era such as sea island cotton and indigo.

The plantation is located along the beautiful Fort George River where many Florida water birds can be observed. A dock offers access from the water.

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Bird Watching

Bird Watching




dock_pier access

Dock/Pier Access

Historic or Cultural Site

Historic Site

pets allowed

Pets Allowed

rest room


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