Saint Augustine Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Ewingjr98
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Ewingjr98
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Ewingjr98

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Saint Augustine

  • 1. Anastasia Island State Park.

    The park area has a lightly wooded section, an ocean-front, beach section and a grassy marsh section, so you can see a variety of wading and shore birds. The park is on a migratory path for many...

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  • 2. Fort Matanzas National Monument

    Fort Matanzas is a small but beautifully located Spanish fort that was built in the 18th century, and the area has colonial history dating back to the 16th century. A free guided ferry tour can be...

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  • 3. River to Sea Preserve

    This is a wonderful hiking trail that seems to be not very well known. Everytime I've been there, no one else has been around. At the beginning of the trail is a pond with a cute alligator living in...

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  • 4. Golf Courses

    A beautiful course that plays in an among some great homes where you have to negotiate moguled fairways, plenty of water, and some really well placed traps. Not a long course, 6500+- yards but it...

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  • 6. Historic Tabby Walls of St. Augustine

    Spanish introduced tabby construction material to coastal Georgia and Florida. It is composed of sand, lime, oyster shell and water mixed into a cement-like...

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  • 7. Lincolnville Historic District, St. Augustine

    St. Augustine's Lincolnville Historic District is a historically black neighborhood just south of downtown, and it has close ties to the city's African American...

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  • 8. St. Augustine City Hall (nee Alcazar Hotel)

    St. Augustine's city hall, a boring old government building, right? Not really. It is also a historic building constructed on a historic site and a popular...

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  • 9. Tovar House

    TOVAR HOUSEThe infantryman Jose Tovar lived on this corner in 1763. The original site and size of his house remained unchanged during the British period, when...

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  • 10. Grace Methodist Church

    Henry Flagler had a key role in the construction of Grace United Methodist Church in 1886. This parish's original church stood on the grounds that Flagler...

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  • 11. Tolamato Cemetery

    Tolamato Cemetery dates back to St. Augustine's Spanish era. Outside of the city's main walls, the cemetery grounds once comprised a small town called Tolamato,...

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  • 12. vilano beach

    vilano beach is a small beach town located on USA1A about 4 miles north of st. augustine. vilano beach has a hampton inn hotel and a couple of motels within...

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  • 13. st. augustine alligator farm

    founded in 1893 the st. augustine alligator farm is one of florida's oldest zoological attractions. in the late 1800's george reddington and felix fire started...

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  • 14. Old Spanish Trail

    In the early part of the 20th century, The Old Spanish Trail Association attempted to find all the original routes that the Spanish settlers/conquistadors took...

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  • 15. Nombre de Dios Mission

    For the first time in 2003, I saw and took a picture of this 280 foot stainless steel cross. It marks the spot of the founding of the city of St. Augustine and...

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  • 16. WASHINGTON OAKS STATE PARK

    One of the great things about St Augustine is the amount of protected land in the City. Washington Oaks park is located right off A1A and features plenty of...

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  • 17. Harbor Tour

    While we were anchored in front of the fort, this sightseeing boat cruised by. I have not taken this cruise, because my husband would think I was out of my...

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  • 18. St. George st. isn't the only place downtown...

    St. George street is a great place to spend time walking down the pedestrian-only street with plenty of shops, but plenty of people don't even realize there are...

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  • 19. Mr. Flagler built this place

    As a result of his interest, he built the magnificent Ponce de Leon and Alcazar Hotels. Flagler also purchased the newly constructed Casa Monica Hotel, renaming...

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  • 20. History of St. Augustine

    In 1883 the Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Halifax River railway was completed, giving the city a link with it's neighbor to the north, Jacksonville. During the...

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  • 21. Horse Drawn Carriages

    I saw these carriages waiting along the water front. I have not taken a carriage ride, but I went to the web site of the Avalon Carriage companies on the...

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  • 22. River City Brewing in...

    River City Brewing in Jacksonville, FL was a nice place to stop for lunch though the beer was not up to my expectations. It's at 835 Museum Circle if you're...

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  • 23. Window Washers Nightmare

    Where playing golf we past this home being built and just had to stop an get the picture. With all those windows having small panes of glass it will really be a...

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  • 24. Woods and Water--Watch your Balls

    Take some time off from the sight seeing of Old St. Augustine and play a little golf. This course is much cheaper to play than the courses just a little bit up...

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  • 25. This is just a private home,...

    This is just a private home, but it looks so mediteranean-esque and inviting. Most of the architecture in the area is Med/Moorish with the orange tiles, wrought...

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