Get away from it all...kick your shoes off and walk the quiet beaches of Fernandina.
Nothing fancy, just relax and enjoy...
Just a few steps to the beach.
From deck, veiw to left (north)
I-95 to A1A onto Amelia Island. Follow A1A into downtown (old Historic Fernandina). A1A becomes 8th Street.
Turn Right onto Atlantic Avenue. Follow Atlantic directly towards the beach. You will pass the entrance to Ft. Clinch State Park on your left. The first street past the entrance is Tarpon Avenue. Turn Left onto Tarpon. Follow it until 4th Street. Turn Right onto 4th Street. At North Fletcher, turn right- house is on left, corner of North Fletcher and 4th beach side, 638 North Fletcher.
From Atlanta, the beach home is about 5 ½ hours drive.
If you are coming from Jax Int'l Airport, the exit to A1A is the second exit North of the Airport. From the airport to the beach home is 20-25 minutes.
Fernandina Beach is located on Amelia Island along the Intracoastal Waterway in northeast Florida. This quiet, little town is relatively undiscovered, although it's only a short 35 minute drive north of Jacksonville.
One of the oldest sites in the Florida park system is located here at the north end of the island - Fort Clinch State Park. The 1,100-acre park has a nature trail, campsites, fishing, swimming, hiking, and candlelight tours of the historic fort. Check out the beautiful walking or biking paths of the over 300 acre Eagans Creek Greenway.
Fernandina Beach has boutiques, art galleries, antique shops and a remarkable 50 block area
with Victorian homes built in the late 1800s. Streets are lined with towering oaks draped in