Hotels in Jacksonville Beach (Florida, USA)

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Jacksonville Beach, Florida, United States: Florida’s First Coast

Jacksonville Beach, also known as Jax Beach, is located along Florida’s historic First Coast in the north-eastern part of the state. The area is popular with visitors both for its pleasant year-round temperatures and because of its accessibility to other popular local beaches, such as Neptune Beach and Atlantic Beach and to the city of Jacksonville, Florida. Jacksonville Beach has long stretches of soft sand, popular attractions, and a plethora of restaurants and hotels. Hotel accommodations offer ocean side, but also allow visitors to stay along the intracoastal waterway and to sites closer to the city.

Life on the Beach

Jacksonville Beach has more than six kilometres of sandy shores to offer visitors. On the beach, there are many recreational opportunities, as well as shops and restaurants. Life guards are provided year-round and there are several oceanfront hotels with direct access to the beach and private beach areas. While much of the beach is open for exploring, visitors should be aware of restrictions placed during sea turtle nesting season. Florida is the second largest nesting area in the world for the Loggerhead Sea Turtle, which nest from May through October. During these times, certain areas will be restricted. Lights, noise, and movement will also be closely monitored during evening hours. Overall, though, such restrictions generally add a layer of excitement to the visit as many eagerly look forward to the miracle of catching a glimpse of sea turtles hatching and making their way to the water. Excursions can be arranged that explain more and take visitors, safely and legally, to approved sites.

Other Popular Attractions

Jacksonville Beach has activities and attractions off the ocean, too. For those wanting to learn more about the area, a trip to Beaches Museum & History Park is in order. Here, guests can see a restored 19th century home, a railroad depot, and a 1911 steam locomotive, as well as one of the oldest historical structures in Jacksonville Beach, the Beaches Chapel. Players-By-The-Sea Theatre has been producing plays, musicals, and comedies for over 50 years and there are shows year-round. One of the most well-known attractions is the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier. At nearly half a kilometre long, the pier has long been a spot for weddings, fishers angling for that perfect marine catch, and sunset watching. Those interested in seeing the famed Florida lighthouses can takes short drives to Mayport Lighthouse and St. Augustine Lighthouse.

Parks and Preserves

The Jacksonville Beach area has many natural parks and preserves, in addition to public beach spaces. Oceanfront Park provides public access to a two-acre park with a sheltered picnic area, children’s playground, and sand volleyball court with dune walkover for access to the ocean. The intracoastal waterways near Jax Beach are just as lovely as the more famous beaches, and generally less busy. Cradle Creek Preserve is the newest example and has more than 40 acres of undisturbed natural beauty to explore along trails and elevated boardwalks. It’s also possible to canoe and kayak, thanks to a landing pier. The canoe and kayak access point is part of a trail system linking several waterfront parks along the waterway and St. Johns River. The saltwater marsh preserve is a nesting habitat for many endangered and threatened species, including the bald eagle and the West Indian manatee. Ecotours can provide visitors with a connection to this unique natural habitat.

Fun and Games

One of the most popular areas for fun is Jacksonville Beach Boardwalk. Here, you can shop, dine, and engage in water sport activities like paddle boarding. The real thrill, though, is the arcade game area and ride attractions. The boardwalk also provides easy walking paths straight to the hotel zone with beautiful beach views. Another beachside attraction is Adventure Landing & Shipwreck Island Waterpark where visitors can enjoy a lazy river, wave pool, and water slides. In the winter season, the park transforms into WinterFEST with nightly snowfall events, an outdoor ice skating rink, and indoor attractions like mini golf and laser tag. More adult fun can be found on board the Victory Cruise Casino in Jacksonville, a Vegas-style gambling ship that sails daily with slot machines and gaming tables. Connecting areas around Jax Beach is easy with a ticket on the Beaches Trolley. An inexpensive fare allows visitors to explore the different beach areas and attractions.

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