BIG TALBOT ISLAND STATE PARK

Big Talbot Island State Park’s famous boneyard beach is covered with the skeletons of live oak and cedar trees that once grew near the ocean. This park is a photographer’s dream. A paved bike path runs along side the park. Visitors can picnic at the Bluff’s access overlooking the water and take a hike down the Shoreline Trail. A boat ramp is available for boats and kayaks.

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Park Details

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Address:
State A1A North
(Just north of Little Talbot Island State Park)

Phone:
(904) 251-2320

Hours:
Sunday – Saturday
8:00 a.m. – Dusk

Boat Ramp
Sunday – Saturday
Open 24 hours daily

Notes:
Download the Big Talbot Island hiking trail map

Download the Timucuan multi-use pathway map

Download the Talbot Island State Park map

For more information on this park, including possible rentals and fees, click here.