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Little Talbot Island State Park

 About Little Talbot Island State Park

Long wooden boardwalk over sand dunes leading to the beach at Little Talbot Island State Park.

A NOTE FROM THE MANAGER

Robert Joseph

 

Camping at Little Talbot Island State Park is a hot commodity this time of year.  Nestled along the estuary side of the island, we have 40 sites available for tents, pop-ups, camp trailers, and RVs (30’ max length).  Each campsite has electricity, water, picnic table, and fire ring.  Bring a kayak or canoe and explore Myrtle Creek by launching right in the campground.

  

Day users have many opportunities as well.  Little Talbot has one of Florida’s most pristine beaches with over 5 miles of shoreline along the Atlantic Ocean.  Visitors can fish, surf, search for seashells, or watch the birds while basking in the Florida sun.  Whether it's exploring the vast beach or hiking through barrier island natural communities, this is one of the best times of the year to see some of "the Real Florida(SM)!"

DESIGNATIONS

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GETTING HERE

Little Talbot Island State Park is located 17 miles northeast of Jacksonville, on State Road A1A.

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