My parents used to take me to this park as a child, and it is one of the first places I brought my husband when we were dating. The shoreline features a unique and beautiful driftwood beach, where large driftwood trees emerge from the sand. The park has a number of picnic tables, mostly shaded under large oak trees, and... 更多
This was a spur of the moment trip with my brother and it didn't disappoint! The impressive dead trees were surreal. One looked like it had been carefully placed perfectly upright in the sand. Geological formations, nice beach for walking, and not a lot of people. Great little spot at Big Talbot Island!
A very large, nice and expansive park and beach front. Lots of areas to explore and a huge boardwalk over to Amelia. Clean and plenty of areas for parking.
This is not my beach destination if i want to relax in the water or spend a day laying on the beach. We like to go to sightseeing here and collect shells, we have found some really cool and big shells/animals while walking this beach and there are always people fishing. Its definitely a nice walk and rarely has many... 更多
We were coming from Jacksonville beach so we took the St. Johns river ferry to shorten our trip by 30 min. Once we crossed it was a short 10 minute drive to the turn out to get to Boneyard beach. There was a $3 entrance fee but we parked right next to the access point. Due to the active hurricane... 更多
Big Talbot (And Little Talbot) is a great spot for being close to nature. Bird watching along a wooden boardwalk; biking along a 5 mile asphalt path; walking on the beach; nature photography.
The boneyard beach is one of the bizarrest places i have been to. It puts you right into nirvana...the sea, the dying trees, the driftwood....a special place and plenty impressions to shoot pictures. Great place to unwind and contemplate life. Basically no ppl - might have been due to time of day... Probably the best time here is autumn as... 更多