Fall is the perfect time to enjoy the 5 miles of pristine shoreline along Little Talbot Island State Park. Come camp under the stars and sprawling live oak trees at our campground that hugs the salt marshes of Myrtle Creek, and enjoy s'mores around the fire.
Bring your bicycle and pedal the paved Timucuan Trail from our ranger station 2.5 miles south to the Fort George River Inlet bridge and take in beachy breezes and aqua views. Grab your gear and fishing poles to wet a line during the action of the bait mullet run.
Bring your camera to capture soaring bald eagles, basking gopher tortoises, bright purple muhly grass flowers or cherry red yaupon hollies along the 4-mile Dune Ridge Trail. Or soak up the warm sun with your toes in the cool sand and hunt for the perfect seashell, sand dollar or sharks tooth fossil as the tide drops.
We hope that you and your family take advantage of the restorative nature that our park offers along the shoreline. The north beach boasts picturesque driftwood trees and is perfect for putting up a hammock and umbrella. We are happy to see you here.