Experiences & Amenities
Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park offers a large, open and grassy area for visitors to picnic with a view of the Amelia River. It is located on a bluff overlooking the river amidst the historic homes and streets of Olde Towne Fernandina. Enjoy the serenity of this quaint historic spot with a blanket and a picnic meal on any day of the year.
Fernandina Plaza offers an open, grassy area overlooking the Amelia River amidst the historic homes and streets of Olde Towne Fernandina. The outdoor setting lends itself perfectly to small weddings and gatherings. Please contact Fort Clinch State Park for reservations, fees and additional details. (904) 277-7274
Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park is the site of the historic plaza grounds that were once part of the Spanish Fort San Carlos. Fort San Carlos was a wood and earth fort built in 1816 and offered a central parade ground or plaza that served as a common place for residents of the settlement. Several historic markers and interpretive panels at the plaza explain significant parts of history that took place on the site.