Fort Caroline National Memorial

Home of the Timucuan Preserve Visitor Center, this park memorializes the site of a 16th-century French colony – the first European settlement in the area. Check out the Visitor Center with exhibits about the area’s natural history, European exploration, and the Timucua Native Americans. Take a hike on the many trails through mature hardwood forests. Trails lead to a Timucuan hut and shell mound exhibit and a memorial fort exhibit and former French colony along the St. Johns River. You can even tie your boat to the onsite dock. After a few hours here you can travel across the street to the Theodore Roosevelt Area.

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Park Details

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Address:
12713 Fort Caroline Rd
Jacksonville, FL 32225

Phone:
(904) 641-7155

Notes:
Download the Fort Caroline National Memorial brochure page I

Download the Fort Caroline National Memorial brochure page II

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