One of the largest historic districts in the country, these adjoining neighborhoods are characterized by quiet charming streets, vast sweeping oaks, and an array of historic detail. There are several small commercial centers scattered throughout spilling over with locals enjoying the cafes and boutiques. Photo courtesy of visitjacksonville.com.
Jacksonville Ice and Sportsplex offers 10,000 square feet of recreation, sports and meeting space all under one roof. The Sportsplex side houses 55,000 square feet of space which include meeting space, general fitness space, and turf space. The Ice side houses a NHL Regulation sized Ice Rink. Photo courtesy of visitjacksonville.com.
Jacksonville Beach is where you will find miles of wide open white sandy beaches, located east of Jacksonville, Florida. Jacksonville Beach offers great dining, shopping, golf, concerts, and so much more! Photo courtesy of visitjacksonville.com.
Escape to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens for the only walking safari in Northeast Florida. Discover the Earth's wildlife through interactive and educational experiences. A true adventure for the whole family! The Zoo has over 1,500 rare and exotic animals and 1,000 varieties of plants. Photo courtesy of visitjacksonville.com.
As the cultural and entertainment center of the region, Downtown Jacksonville boasts more than 13 million visitors per year. Downtown attractions include the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Jacksonville Suns, museums and entertainment venues. Are area also has nearly 100 restaurants and the magnificent St. Johns River. Photo courtesy of visitjacksonville.com.
The Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, home to the Jacksonville Suns, sits on a little more than nine-acre includes an 112,000 square-foot field and an 18,400 square-foot sky box. In addition to six concession stands, six portable kiosk locations, three dressing rooms, a media room and a weight room. The ballpark also features a place for the players to practice indoors. Photo courtesy of visitjacksonville.com.
SThe Gate River Run is the largest 15K in the United States. The course starts at the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, runs through the heart of downtown Jacksonville where the race crosses the St. Johns River and finishes on Duval Street back at the stadium. Live bands perform at ten different locations and spectators come out for yard parties all along the route. Photo courtesy of visitjacksonville.com.
St. Johns Town Center is Jacksonville's newest and most talked about shopping destination with over 10 million visitors each year. Shop, dine, live and entertain in a beautifully designed lifestyle center that offers 1.1 million square feet of unique shopping and dining, including many new stores you won't find anywhere else in Jacksonville.