Experiences & Amenities
Walking and Running
Enjoy a stroll around Yellow Bluff Fort Historic State Park. Take in the native plant life, see the contours of the earthwork fort and imagine what it was like to be a soldier serving there.
A Civil War era earthworks fort, Yellow Bluff Fort was home to Confederate and Union encampments. Built in 1862, this fort is a unique example of an earthwork fortification. The contours of the land tell the story of the fort’s construction, built strategically overlooking the St. Johns River to allow troops to watch for enemy ships.
- Replica cannons and a stone monument stand as testament to the troops who served here.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome at Yellow Bluff Fort Historic State Park on our hiking trails, pavilions, paved park roads, parking lots and multi-use trails.
- Dogs must be kept on a 6-foot leash at all times and pet waste disposed of properly.
- See our Pet Policy.