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The Timucuan Trail State and National Parks offers visitors a plethora of natural beauty and rich history. Through a unique partnership between the City of Jacksonville, the National Park Service, the Florida Park Service and the Nature Conservancy, the Timucuan Trail State and National Parks is able to present visitors with a near seamless experience.

Sunbathe on the beach at Hanna Park, get a glimpse of unique birdlife at Huguenot Park, walk in the maritime forests as the Timucua Indians traveled hundreds of years ago in the Timucuan Preserve,  kayak along the many tidal creeks at Little Talbot Island, indulge in the rich histories of the Ribault Club and Kingsley Plantation, stand on the site of what was once the largest Civil War encampment in the State of Florida at Camp Milton Historic Preserve, kayak along Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway at Castaway Island, or create your own unique experience amongst the beauty and awe of “the Real Florida.”.