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Great beach! A lot of shells, maybe water shoes would make walking on beach easier. Very clean and away from the crowds. Loved my visit, next time I’ll bring a chair since there isn’t a lot of soft spots to lie down. After getting out...More
My husband and I spent a lovely day at the beach here. I really appreciated the showers near the parking lot, that there was a lifeguard on duty and all the extra touches as we went in. There was a big box of beach toys...More
We were at Sawgrass playing golf and visited the beach as had read about it. Was a lovely beach. Lots of surfers and families. We went looking for shark teeth for a while and found a few which was fantastic. Would definitely recommend a visit.
Visited July 12th with sister and niece. They live 10 min away and are freq visitors. Beach did suffer hurricane damage late 2017 and is not fully replenished, but it still had more than adequate spots for a party of 3 to 6 with niece's...More
I attended a conference at the nearby Sawgrass Marriott and several friends had told me about this beach. (It happens to bear my last name). My friend and I went for about an hour. The beach wasn't too crowded at 9 in the morning, I...More
My second favorite beach in the Jacksnoville area. I'll get to MY favorite in a minute, but let me give you some tips:
1. Don't park on the grass in the parking lot. On a crowded day you'll be tempted to park on the corners...More
Was visiting my sister in Jacksonville and wanted to see the beach and go shell hunting. Although I have visited several of the beaches nearby Jacksonville, this was my first visit to Mickler's Landing.
We visited around noon on a Thursday in mid-April. Parking was...More
There is nothing more beautiful than just picking up and going for a walk on Mickler's Beach. You can walk for miles and see something different each time. Recently a shipwreck was found. how awesome is that? Living here has been a dream come true...More
Response from whwalker1 | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can and details are as RLWOrangePark answered. One other detail is that the wooden walkway from the parking lot to the bridge is no longer there as a result of hurricane Matthew so one now must use the sand path... More
Yes you can and details are as RLWOrangePark answered. One other detail is that the wooden walkway from the parking lot to the bridge is no longer there as a result of hurricane Matthew so one now must use the sand path which makes it more difficult if you are pushing wheeled carriers.