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Anastasia State Park

Anastasia State Park

Anastasia State Park

300 Anastasia Park Rd
St. Augustine
(904) 461-2033

Anastasia State Park includes 1,600 acres of rich ecosystems and abundant wildlife. Explore up to four miles of pristine beach, the estuarine tidal marsh teeming with plant and animal life, or the self-guided nature trail which takes you through the maritime hammock and onto ancient sand dunes. You can also visit the Coquina Quarry, an archaeological site where coquina rock was mined to help construct the nearby Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, earning it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. At Anastasia, there are many recreational activities to enjoy including hiking, swimming, beachcombing, bird watching, and much more. The campground contains 139 campsites all located within the beautiful maritime hammock and just a short walk or bike ride from the beach. Anastasia has concessions to provide guests with rental opportunities of bicycles, paddleboards, kayaks, sail boats and canoes. There is also a grill area and a small gift shop for visitors to take home an Anastasia memory. The grill location also provides Wi-Fi for visitors' use.

Established: 1949

Have Questions?

Contact the Statewide Information Line:

(850) 245-2157

or send an email to:

FSP.Feedback@FloridaDEP.gov

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Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park

11 Magnolia Ave
St AugustineFL   32084
(904) 829-3168
Hours:
Monday - Sunday: 9:00a – 5:00p

St. Augustine, FL 32080

Theme park in St. Augustine, Florida

Expansive park showcasing 16th-century Spanish settlement, with historic village sites & cannons.

Explore the 1565 Birthplace of St. Augustine and Colonial European America. Your History Starts here! Drink the legendary waters. See Stars in the Planetarium. Hear a Spanish Cannon roar. Visit the Timucua Indian Village. Learn the Archaeological History of the site. From Timucua Indians living at this site for 4,000 years to Spanish Explorers arriving in 1513 to Smithsonian institute Archaeological Digs starting in 1934, the hisotry is amazing. Guests have been visiting this important site since 1871. Now you can too. Don't miss it!