Top 10 Spots in the Northeast Region for Families with Kids
Visiting the Northeast Florida Region? We have the top 10 best places for the whole family to enjoy! Whether you are looking for beaches, zoos, historical sites, or state parks both you and your kids will experience the time of your life here in the sunshine state.
Located on Florida’s Atlantic Coast between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine, Flagler Beach offers sparkling beaches, beachside shops, and many waterfront restaurants. Public beach access is available in different areas all along the coast and many of the public parks offer picnic pavilions as well as playgrounds for the whole family to enjoy.
NE Florida’s Award-Winning Zoological, Cultural and Education Institute. The zoo features over 117 acres and has over 1,000 animals and plants. The zoo is located on Trout River in Jacksonville, Florida.
Visit one of Florida’s few coastal wetlands located on the Atlantic Coast. Discover natural Florida history and experience salt marshes, sand dunes, and beautiful coastal views.
This fun, thrill filled alligator farm functions as a modern zoo offering educational shows and exhibits, as well as research and conservation efforts. The zoo features a zip-line attraction across the alligator lagoon on crocodile crossing. This attraction is something both parents and kids can enjoy.
A 15-acre waterfront attraction explaining the history of the first Spanish settlers and the native Timucuans that met them. Featuring recreated Spanish and Timucuan buildings and roads, this site is sure to fill you and your kids with rich Florida history.
The Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest and largest masonry fort in the continental United States; it's a National Monument at over 315 years old and is the oldest structure in St. Augustine. The fort contains beautiful views of the city of St. Augustine and the coast through the gun deck. Daily ranger-led tours and cannon fire demonstrations are administered select days of the week.
A fully scripted tour of St. Augustine featuring historical sites and coastal views. It shows seven miles of the nation’s oldest city. Perfect for a family vacation day in Northeast Florida.
Florida’s best kept secret. Amelia Island contains 13 miles of beaches and nature preserves. Perfect for a family day enjoying the sandy beaches and crystal-clear blue waters.
Take a short hike down a beautiful boardwalk that leads you to see Florida’s 10-foot waterfall on the Suwannee River. A perfect spot for a family trip outdoors to see scenic views and various wildlife.
Boating, fishing, or just enjoying a day in the sunshine state, Bing’s Landing has it all. From boat ramps to piers, picnic pavilions, and playgrounds, there is something for the whole family to take part in.