Traditional baseball in a sophisticated ballpark
The Jacksonville Suns play teams from around the Southeast at home in the new Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville. Opened in 2003, the Baseball Grounds features luxury suites, terraces with picnic table seating and a restaurant/bar in addition to traditional stadium seating and concessions. The Suns, like all baseball teams in America, play in the spring and summer.
Great Food and View!!!
This restaraunt is located on St. John's River, at The Jacksonville Landing. Be sure to ask for one of their outside tables -- the view is gorgeous!
Great service! Be sure to ask for Maria! I really liked their Lobster Bisque. It was delicious!
deep sea fishing at mayport,...
deep sea fishing at mayport, see a jacksonville jaguars game
i like fishing when there is fish to catch, exotic fish that you wouldnt see in any lake or river, jacksonville jaguars game if you like football or the jaguars.
What is the Southbank?
The St. Johns River actually splits Downtown Jacksonville into two halves, the "Northbank" and "Southbank." Both have their own skyscrapers, Riverwalks, restaurants, museums, attractions, hotels and a growing number of luxury condominium towers. Pedestrians have their choice of riding the Skyway, taking a water taxi or walking over the Main Street or Acosta Bridges to get from one side of the river to the other. The Southbank is not as big as the Northbank, which is actually the center of Downtown. The Southbank is, however, known for its selection of waterfront and/or trendy four and five star restaurants including Morton's of Chicago, Ruth's Chris Steak House, River City Brewing Company, the Charthouse, b.b.'s, the Wine Cellar and others. It is also home to the Museum of Science & History, the Jacksonville Maritime Museum and Friendship Fountain. Hilton, Radisson, Hampton Inn and Extended Day Suites all have hotels in the Southbank.