Island Info

More than you want to know about Amelia Island, Florida

Hunting for Sharks Teeth

By: Jamie D. If you haven‚Äôt had the thrill of hunting for sharks teeth on Amelia Island then you don‚Äôt know what you‚Äôve been missing. Sharks teeth and lots of other really neat and unusual shells can be readily found…
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Down-Town Amelia Island

By: Jamie D. With fall rapidly approaching and the 2008 tourist season coming to a close, the downtown district on Amelia Island is still alive with activities and things to do for the whole family. My family and I visited…
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Amelia Island Museum of History

Written by: Judie Mackie The Amelia Island Museum of History is a fascinating way to spend an afternoon and ‚Äúunlock the past‚Äù. The historic jail of Nassau County is the site of the island‚Äôs museum displaying 4,000 years of history….
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Smallville

Written by Ally Living on a small island, I am pretty well known as I have lived here my entire life.

Shop Amelia

Located on the south end of the island are The Shops at Amelia Island Plantation. The old Florida architecture is surrounded by oak trees dripping in moss.  

Important Phone Numbers

¬† IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS (A-Z) DIAL 911 Emergency 911 Airport (Fernandina) (904) 261-7890 AT&T Broadband-Cable-Phone Service (800) 586-1212 Auto Tags (904) 261-5566 Baptist Medical Center – Nassau (904) 321-3500 BellSouth (800) 853-2909 BFI-Garbage Collection (904) 261-7186 Car Tags (904) 261-5566…
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Destination Bird Island

(That spec of blue is our cooler while unloading the rest of our gear from the boat. Rule of thumb – SAVE THE COOLER FIRST!!!) Destination, Bird Island By: Jamie Deonas If you have boated any length of time in…
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Fort Clinch State Park

On Amelia Island, at the entrance to the St. Mary‚Äôs River and the Cumberland Sound is a pentagonal brick fort. Fort Clinch was named for General Duncan Lamont Clinch, an important figure and American army officer who served as a…
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No Back to School Tax Break

If you were waiting for the ten day sales tax holiday to shop for school and hurricane supplies, forget it. Florida lawmakers have chopped the popular event that saved consumers a whopping $41 million during the 2007 tax holiday. Almost…
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