Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve
outdoor front exterior of visitor center with green roof at timucuan preserve jacksonville
pond surrounded by tropical underbrush at timucuan preserve jacksonville
purple and orange sunset over swamp area at timucuan preserve jacksonville
colorful bird in a shrub with berries at timucuan preserve jacksonville
large gopher turtle in clearing forest at timucuan preserve jacksonville

Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve in Jacksonville offers visitors an opportunity to experience 36,000 acres of pristine nature. The park is one of the country’s largest urban parks and contains a wide variety of habitats including coastal wetlands, barrier islands, salt marshes, tidal creeks, freshwater lakes, and swamps. Visitors can explore historical sites like Fort Caroline and Kingsley Plantation, or take part in recreational activities such as fishing, kayaking, or canoeing. It’s also home to many species of wildlife including bald eagles and West Indian manatees. Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for a serene escape from the city, Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve has something for everyone!

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