Betty Steflik Preserve/Black Creek

When we think of Jacksonville, we usually think of 2 things. We either picture thee beaches, or we think about the horrible traffic downtown on I-95. But, Jacksonville has another side. Tucked away from the hustle of town or the crowds at the beach, are hidden gems. State and county parks are among these. OneContinue reading “Betty Steflik Preserve/Black Creek”

Fort Caroline

Fort Caroline is (was) a French Fort established in 1564 for the Hugenots. It’s on the beautiful St. Johns River, near Jacksonville. The current fort is not the exact location of the original, but walking around it, you won’t be able to tell. The National Park Service has done a wonderful job. When the originalContinue reading “Fort Caroline”

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