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On Little Talbot Island, construction of the Timucuan State and National Parks Multi-Use Trail is underway. The first phase of the trail will span more than 2 miles through coastal habitat of Little Talbot Island.
Pack up the family, a picnic basket and a cooler and get ready to spend a day in paradise. My wife and I were exploring the area during the middle of the week when we came upon this hidden gem, we practically had the beach...More
We walked the Dune Ridge Trail which is really nice. It is approx. 2 miles through the woods and back side of the dunes which comes out on the beach and then approx. 2 miles back along the beach. There are some really cool looking...More
The ocean and beach have fascinated me ever since I was a kid. And now that I have a kid I want him to enjoy the experience too. Our first two visits to beaches around/near Jacksonville (FL) had our toddler howling and clinging on to...More
We stayed in this park on the campground. A basic but good place to stay. In the middle of the nature, next to a creek. The beach wasn't really close. The walk would have been over 30min. We took the RV and there was plenty...More
Little Talbot Island State Park is a great beach option in Northeast Florida.
Pavilions, showers and bathrooms are convenient.
We were there for a wedding and did not swim. It is a fantastic location for a small beach wedding, family reunion or birthday.
Been going to LTISP for 60 years. Costs a few bucks but well worth the coin. Huge, long, beautiful beach that you can have almost to yourself depending on when you visit. Great wide stretch of sand great for walking, sunning, picnicing, etc. Great facilities...More