Amelia Island State Park and George Crady Bridge State Park

Amelia Island State Park is located 7mi north of Little Talbot Island State Park on SR A1A, and 8mi south of Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island, Florida. The park consists of 200 acres of beaches, salt marshes and coastal maritime forests. Activities include fishing, hiking, sunning, watching wildlife, and horseback riding.

The George Crady Bridge State Park are located on the Duval/Nassau county border of Amelia Island State Park, off A1A. This mile-long fishing bridge spanning the Nassau Sound offers unbeaten opportunities to hook into whiting, sea trout, flounder, redfish and so much more. The park is named for George Crady, a local Florida state representative and supporter of the Florida State Park system. There is a $2.00 per person entrance fee.

We hope that you and your family can take advantage of the restorative nature that our parks offers along the shoreline or over the water. Whether it’s beach combing, fishing, surfing or just breathing, we’re happy to see you.

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  • Hours of Operation:
  • MON: 8:00 AM - Sunset
  • TUE: 8:00 AM - Sunset
  • WED: 8:00 AM - Sunset
  • THU: 8:00 AM - Sunset
  • FRI: 8:00 AM - Sunset
  • SAT: 8:00 AM - Sunset
  • SUN: 8:00 AM - Sunset