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Fort Clinch State Park

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Youth Camp Area

Youth Camp Area

Youth Camp Area

Youth Camp Area

Youth Camp Area

Youth Camp Area


Restroom located within the Youth Camp area.

Restroom located within the Youth Camp area

An Osprey, while taking refuge from strong winds, stares unwaveringly into the eyes of a park visitor. Fort Clinch is part of a major greenway providing critical habitat for resting & nesting shorebirds as well as birds of prey.  Photo by Dawna Moore.

An Osprey, while taking refuge from strong winds, stares unwaveringly into the eyes of a park visitor. Fort Clinch is part of a major greenway providing critical habitat for resting & nesting shorebirds as well as birds of prey. Photo by Dawna Moore.

Park Ranger explains the life cycle of a loggerhead sea turtle to a young visitor after the excavation of a recently hatched nest. The hatchling is released into the ocean as part of a cooperative monitoring program for all nesting sea turtles in Florida.

Park Ranger explains the life cycle of a loggerhead sea turtle to a young visitor after the excavation of a recently hatched nest. The hatchling is released into the ocean as part of a cooperative monitoring program for all nesting sea turtles in Florida.


Tree Frog on a Palmetto Frond

Vertical linear folds in a vivid green palmetto frond lend a hiding place to a small tree frog. Tucked neatly against the foliage, the frog's smooth skin absorbs the morning sunlight. Taken by Kevin Leary, Volunteer

Sulpher on a Cactus Blossom

A yellow-green Sulpher butterfly lights atop a prickly pear cactus blossom, its coloration and shape blending perfectly with the petals. The pronounced veins in its papery wings add to the camouflage effect. Taken by Kevin Leary, Volunteer

Newly hatched, palm-sized, Loggerhead Sea Turtles make their journey from the nest to the ocean. Traversing the wide, sandy Atlantic coastline, they follow each other down the slope and into the waves.

Newly hatched, palm-sized, Loggerhead Sea Turtles make their journey from the nest to the ocean. Traversing the wide, sandy Atlantic coastline, they follow each other down the slope and into the waves.


Youth Camp Area

Youth Camp Area