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|The Port of Jacksonville it is the twelfth most populous city in the whole nation and the first in Florida. From the year 1908 to the mid-1920s, it hosted thirty film studios.|
|About the Port of Jacksonville|
It is the largest city by land mass and is over eight hundred square miles; it also operates one of the largest urban park systems in the US with above eighty thousand acres devoted to community areas and parks.
There is an annual Jazz Festival in Jacksonville that is a jazz festival, which is the second largest in the United States. This festival began in 1980 and has had famous performers who have highlighted the event. Jacksonville is also home to the oldest US skate park, Kona Skatepark.
It has a concrete cable-supported bridge, which is the largest in the world known as the Dames Point Bridge, which connects The Arlington area to Downtown. The World Golf Hall of Fame at Jacksonville opened in 1998. The St. Johns River that is in Jacksonville is one of two rivers which flows north instead of south in North America
The Jacksonville Area and Tourist Sites
Jacksonville beach is a good place to catch a wave on a boogie board, or go for a picnic on the beach. At the Fishing Pier, the anglers reel in their catches while watching the amazing ocean views. At night, the Seawalk Pavilion can be visited for music and movies.
Amelia Island & Fernandina Beach is forty-five minutes’ drive from Downtown Jacksonville. This tiny Island is a golf as well as a spa haven for business and leisure travelers. The Island’s city, Fernandina Beach, is a historic town that is known for its antiques, artwork, boutiques as well as the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival.
At Amelia Island State Park is Kelly Seahorse Ranch, which offers, guided horseback tours on the sandy beaches of the Island. This is one of Florida’s few places where horseback riding on the beach is allowed.
Amelia River Cruises is a guided boat tour, which offers the visitors a view of Fernandina’s historic waterfront, wild horses on Cumberland Island as well as the history of Amelia Island. This gives a unique coastal experience that has several tours offered which include a sunset tour, an eco-tour as well as a history and nature tour.