Historic Plat Map of Old Town
Plaza Lot and Parking Area
A View of Fernandina Plaza
Original gridded plat map of Olde Towne Fernandina from 1811 showing how the streets and dwellings were laid out by the Spanish.
A View Looking Northwest across the St. Mary's River
A View of Plaza San Carlos (Fernandina Plaza)

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Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park

Welcome to Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park

 Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park sits atop a bluff along the Amelia River on Estrada Street in the town of Fernandina, on the northern end of Amelia Island. It is the historic site of Fort San Carlos, a Spanish fort dating back to the early 1800's. The property is now managed by Fort Clinch State Park as part of the Florida Park Service and has been a state managed property since 1941.

Firsthand Florida Fun: Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park is featured in the Firsthand Florida Fun blog. Experience the park through the video and photos of Erika Z. See all the blog posts here.

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