Little Talbot Island State Park
Little Talbot Island State Park is one of the few remaining undeveloped barrier islands in Northeast Florida. This park offers more than five miles of magnificent beaches, majestic dunes and undisturbed salt marshes. It's a true treasure of Northeast Florida.
A more than two-mile-long paved bike path runs along Park Drive from the entrance to the southern tip of the island. Camping facilities and a boat ramp are available. Kayak outfitters are available near the park.
For more information on this park, including possible closures or changes to rentals and fees, visit FloridaStateParks.org. Visit the Florida State Parks annual pass page for more details about purchasing an annual pass.
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