Attractions & Things to Do Around Fernandina Beach, FL
Horseback RidingVisit Website
Riding on horseback on the beach is something few can say they did, but with Amelia Island horseback riding, you can make your dreams come true! The outfitter offers sunrise, sunset, and daytime hour-long tours to groups, couples, and singles as long as you are of age and weight to ride.
Amelia Island AdventuresVisit Website
Getting out on the water was never easier with Amelia Island Adventures! Take a guided tour by boat or kayak to see the marshland of Northeast Florida. If you feel confident, go it alone and rent a kayak or paddleboard yourself! Visiting Amelia Island is always the perfect time to experience Florida outdoors.
Amelia Island River CruiseVisit Website
If you want to get out on the water without taking the wheel, Amelia Island River Cruises has the perfect tour for you! If you prefer nature, check out the Beach Creek, Cumberland Island, or Shrimping Eco-tour for a deep dive into the history of the area and a hands-on adventure for everyone. The Adult Twilight BYOB Cruise is the perfect night on the water if you would only drink with adults.
Fort Clinch State ParkVisit Website
A laid-back treasure trove of history and sandy beaches, Fort Clinch State Park is the perfect spot for a daytime trip to see a centuries-old Fort overlooking the Atlantic. While not looking at preserved relics, you can rent a bicycle and explore the beach, go birdwatching, or take a nice walk!
Anchor Trolley ToursVisit Website
Catch up on the colorful history of Amelia Island on this entertaining and relaxing tour of historic Fernandina Beach. Anchor Trolley runs historical tours seven days a week in their trolleys twice a week, and during the holiday season, they run a light tour that is hard to miss!
Windward SailingVisit Website
How about a few hours on the water with the wind filling the sails as you quietly tour around the island? Take in the sights without the growl of an outboard motor when sailing with Windward Sailing! If you are an experienced sailor, you can rent a sailboat without a captain or a sailing charter if you would rather spend your time above deck!
Gregor Macgregor’s Mini Links and DrinksVisit Website
Enjoy a night of putt-putt golf in downtown Fernandina Beach. Enjoy the breeze and landscaped course, perfect for all skill levels. Enjoy a frozen margarita with or without alcohol if it’s a little hot. At the same time, you aim for a new personal best on the greenway named after Fernandina Beach’s most infamous Scott.
Backwater Cat AdventureVisit Website
Fun for all ages. Take two people on your own mini catamaran as the tour guide leads the group on a 32-mile 2.5-hour-long adventure. This tour includes history, nature, wildlife, and one of the fastest ways to get around the intercoastal waters of Amelia Island!
Amelia Island Museum of HistoryVisit Website
The Amelia Island Museum of History has several exhibits worth checking out! Explore everything from the first people of Amelia Island to the arrival of Europeans and the turn of the century during Amelia Island’s Golden Age.
Fernandina’s Main Beach ParkVisit Website
Less than two miles from The Amelia Island Williams House, drive, bike, or walk to a comfortable, spacious park with shade structures and bathrooms. Enjoy beachcombing for shark teeth or other hidden treasures on the golden sand, get a bite to eat on the way back home at a local restaurant, or bring a chair and read the latest Colleen Hoover novel when you visit Fernandina Main Beach.