Talbot Island Travel Guide

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Talbot Island Things to Do

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    by Shihar Written Feb 12, 2006

    This company provides canoe and kayak rentals, as well as guided creek tours. There is also advance reservations taken for paddle tours.

    They are located 20 miles NE of downtown Jacksonville, on State Rd. A1A N, just North of Little Talbot Isalnd State Park.

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    by Shihar Written Feb 12, 2006

    On a nice day, there are trails that you can walk on for a great view of the shoreline. There are 2 trails: Blackrock trail and Big Pine Trail.

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    by Shihar Written Feb 12, 2006

    The Bluffs are at the entrance part to the Big Talbot park. The picnic area is on the small side where there is plenty of shade.

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Talbot Island Warnings and Dangers

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    by Shihar Written Feb 12, 2006

    For whatever reason, there were many jellyfish washed ashore on the beach.

    Be careful where you step!

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    by Shihar Updated Feb 12, 2006

    Favorite thing: Admission fee: $1 pp to fish or enjoy the park
    Picnicking fee:$2 per car at the Bluffs picnic area
    Boating fee: There is a $3 fee to launch from the boat ramp.

    Canoes are available to rent from Long Island Outfitters

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