Woman horseback riding on Amelia Island beach.
@Ride a horse on the beaches of Amelia Island. -Peter W. Cross, Patrick Farrell
From the state park website: "A row of cannons staring across the St. Mary?s River into Georgia are silent testimony to the strategic importance of Fort Clinch during the Civil War. Visitors can explore the fort?s many rooms, galleries and grounds, and experience unparalleled living history programs as they learn about the life of a Union soldier. Make plans to visit on the first weekend of every month when a soldier garrison fires cannons and demonstrates other battlefield skills. The historic fort is only one aspect of this diverse 1,400-acre park. Maritime hammocks with massive arching live oaks provide a striking backdrop for hiking and biking on the park?s many trails. The park is known for its gopher tortoises, painted buntings and several other species of wildlife. Camping, fishing, shelling and shark-tooth hunting are popular activities."
@Fort Clinch by Scott Barnett
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