Northeast Florida is renowned for being the First Coast, with St. Augustine, the nations oldest permanent settlement. Located on the East coast bordering the Atlantic Ocean, this region includes Jacksonville, St. Augustine and more inland, Gainesville. From the beautiful beaches to the rolling hills in Alachua County, Northeast Florida has some of the most gorgeous landscape. 

Includes Flagler, Putnam, Alachua, Columbia, Union, Baker, Clay, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau Counties

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Upcoming Events in this Region

May 23 - 26, 2019

Location: Jacksonville, Florida

Celebrate 3 days of live music and entertainment showcasing some of the best Jazz music artists. 

June 1, 2019

Location: Fountain of Youth, St. Augustine, Florida

On June 6, 1586 23 ships full of Englishmen under the command of Sir Francis Drake attacked the Spanish settlement of San Agustín. The town burned, but the Spanish returned to rebuild it and make it into the city it is today. This event is a reenactment of that day in the historical center of the city!

June 15, 2019

Location: Fort Mose, St. Augustine, Florida

Every year The 1740 Spanish victory at the Battle of Bloody Mose is reenacted in the place where it originally took place. This was the battle that forced the British to retreat from Spanish Florida keeping St. Augustine a Spanish territory. There is no better place to experience history first hand than here in Florida's oldest city!

June 15, 2019

Location: Seawalk Pavilion, Jacksonville Beach, Florida

Family friendly event featuring "Beach, Boots, Bikinis & Brews". Come out for a fun day at the beach with a great lineup of Country Music. 

June 20 - 29, 2019

Location: St. Augustine Cathedral Basilica, St. Augustine, Florida

The St. Augustine Music Festival boasts itself as the largest FREE classical musical festival in the U.S. Founded in 2007 to celebrate the history and rich cultural of the Nation's Oldest City through classical music. Enjoy world-class musicians and amazing performances. 

July 15 - 20, 2019

Location: Jim King Park and Boat Ramp, Jacksonville, Florida

One of the largest kingfish tournaments, includes live entertainment, food festival and much more. 

August 10, 2019

Location: Downtown Jacksonville, Florida

Downtown Jacksonville transforms into a Caribbean celebration. Music, dance, food, costumes, and more create an island environment you don't want to miss out on!

Amelia Island State Park is located on the south side of Amelia Island and is a beautiful 200 acre beach park in the north east area of Florida. The park is an amazing untouched wilderness right on the coast of Florida that is great for all types of adventure seeking nature goers. The park is one of few parks in florida that allows horseback riding right on the beach, and even offers lessons. It's also a great fishing location with the inclusion of the mile long George Crady Bridge Fishing pier as well as the option to shore fish right along the beach. Good times are not hard to find at the Amelia Island State Park beach, whether you're looking to explore and search for shells or simply relax and enjoy the waves, Amelia Island is your destination. 

Anastasia State Park is a must see for anyone looking to explore Florida's amazing beaches in their beautiful and natural state. The park is 1,600 acres of pure possibilities. Their are 139 campsites and activities galore for all campers and visitors including stunning nature walks and trails, and a grill area with a gift shop offering rentals on boats, kayaks, canoes and more. The park is also home to the Coquina Quarry where coquina rock was once mined in order to help construct the Castillo de San Marcos. With so much to do and see, Anastasia State Park is an amazing place for campers or visitors alike looking to experience natural and historic Florida. 

Big Talbot Island State park is a beautiful preserve that allows its visitors to take in the nature that surrounds them. The park is open from 8 in the morning until sundown every single day of the year. The boat ramp is available 24 hours a day, so guests can come here to take their boats out on the water. The remarkable thing about this state park is the Boneyard Beach. The trunks and twisted limbs of fallen trees are a beautiful sight and is quite the spot for photography practice. Guests can also fish, ride their bicycle, bird-watch, go hiking, picnicking, and pick up sea shells along the beaches waves. 

Marine Corps Support Facility Blount Island is a U.S. Marine Corps base located in Jacksonville, Florida. It is one of the newest bases in the U.S., having been built in 1986 and expanded on since. It is a specialized supply base with a small battalion sized military/civilian workforce augmented by 1,000 civilian contractors. The base’s mission is to supply and support Marine forces when they deploy overseas. 

Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park is home to 150 acres of Bulow Plantations where the Bulow family grew sugar cane, cotton, rice, and indigo. The ruins consist of an old sugar mill and what remains of the home's foundations as well as some of the slave cabins. Today, there is a trail that leads visitors to the ruins. As well as some history, there is also picnic facilities for those that would like to spend a few hours here and a boat ramp for canoes and small powerboats to float on the Bulow Creek. Fishing is permitted from a boat or on the docks. 

Camp Blanding Joint Training Center (CBJTC) is a Florida National Guard base that serves a broad array of military branches and can train ground military units up to a brigade in size. Located in central Northeast Florida, the Florida National Guard website proudly states that “Camp Blanding aspires to be the premier domestic and combat training facility in the southeastern U.S with a focus on Unified Land Operations.”

Open from Wednesdays to Sundays, this state park is a beautiful area to visit. On the grounds is a natural sinkhole within the mini rain forest. Visitors can learn all about the sinkhole and what research it has provided in a variety of ways through interpretive displays around the park. Apart from the natural sinkhole to check out, there is also a nature trail that is home to many small critters and plant life. With the peaceful setting and smells of nature around you, it's hard not to relax here. 

With 6,200 acres of land and water, this state park is full of natural beauty. Sandhills covered in longleaf pines, wiregrass, and sand pine scrub are homes to several endangered animals like the gopher tortoise and the fox squirrel. There are plenty of marked trails for hikers, bikers, and walkers, as well as a fishing dock, a canoe launch, and picnic areas that make the park a great place to spend the day. 

The Econfina River State Park is home to extensive wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. There are equestrian trails, nature trails, a boat ramp, and a canoe-kayak launch on site. This beautiful state park is over 4,500 acres and offers several once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

Eden Garden State Park is one of the beautiful state parks Florida has to offer with a long fascinating history dating back to 1890.  One of the interesting things about this park is the two-story house which guest can tour. This house, although renovated has been around since 1897; a must go to for history lovers or just for families looking for activities to do on a free afternoon!

Fanning Springs State Park is located along the Suwannee River and has crystal clear waters with a temperature of 72 degrees year-round; perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving. Along the beautiful blue waters, the park offers options for grilling and picnicking around the live oaks and a boardwalk leading you to a cypress swamp. The boardwalk also gives an amazing overlook of the Suwannee River and its amazing wildlife in their natural habitat. In the winter months it is common to see manatees swimming up towards the warmer waters and during summer months you can see musk turtles, bass mullet, freshwater flounder, and bowfin. Fanning Springs State Park is perfect for a day with family and friends to enjoy water activities and natural Florida sight-seeing throughout the entire park.

Faver-Dykes State Park offers a variety activities for nature enthusiasts. Longleaf pines and turkey oaks provide both shade and beauty for hikers venturing along Hiram-Faver and Pine Loop Trails. Colorful flicks from nature's paint brush in the form of wildflowers and blueberries grace these lands that once gave life to the Timucuan Indians. For the aquatically inclined, embark upon a journey down the Pellicer Creek. Head west to its freshwater beginnings or east to its salty embrace with the intracoastal. Bald eagles, manatees, river otters, and great blue herons call this many fingered waterway their home. Bask in these tranquil environs for an afternoon picnic or submerse yourself via a multi-night camping stay, either way this flora and fauna haven is a must see for all those visiting the northeast shores of Florida. 

Fernandina Plaza Historic State Park is filled with a rich history, a beautiful view. Once the site of the wooden Spanish Fort San Carlos, the park now hosts beautiful old Victorian houses, with the Plaza sill remaining. Sitting atop a bluff you will find an tranquil view of the Amelia river. It is the smallest state park in Florida, home to about 0.8 acres that offer a wonderful location for your next picnic. Sit on the bluffs watching the shrimp boats head out to sea, enjoy the breeze and salty air, and take in the history.

Fort Clinch State Park is one of the parks in Florida that holds much historical significance. As shown by the rows of cannons that are lined up across the St. Mary's River, it served as a strategic ground during the Civil War. The park offers tours with fun filled activities where one can learn about the historic events that took place at the site. During the first weekend of each month, one can relive the events that occurred in the battle field with the firing of the cannons and other battlefield demonstrations. 

 

Fort George Island is a state park like no other. It is quite the tourist attraction with several activities to partake, like boating, hiking, bird watching, geo-seeking, and many more. It is home to the stunning Kingsley Plantation and Ribault Club house that cater to many special events, secluded among one hundred acres of land with a breathtaking waterfront view. For an unforgettable experience, you can take a guided tour around the park and learn its historical roots while taking in the serene abundance of plant and animal life.

Fort Mose is an historic state park that offers visitors 40 acres of space for picnicking, birding, and historic sightseeing. The park opened in October 1994. It has garnished attention from the expansive knowledge on wildlife and also has one of the most interactive museums in any state park. It is the site of the first legally sanctioned free African settlement in the United States for those fleeing slavery in the Carolinas

Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail is a 16 mile trail that goes from Gainesville's Boulware Springs Park through the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park. This trail makes for a great day trip and is designed for walking, cycling, and horseback riding. Throughout the trail you're bound to see beautiful overlooks as well as plenty of wildlife and plant communities. They have parking available at four trailheads for your convenience. Fishing is permitted in specific parts of the trail bridges at Prairie Creek and Lochloosa Creek. Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail is perfect for discovering old Florida history.

This state park contains of one mile long pedestrian only fishing bridge where visitors can catch a variety of fish with a hook. It's one of the best fishing areas on the Northeast side of Florida, so it's a must to check out if you're looking for a great place to relax with a fishing pole. To get to the bridge, visitors have to travel through Amelia Island State Park but it's a beautiful drive full of natural scenery and you might even get a few glimpses of the wildlife that live there. 

Ichetucknee Springs is a 2,669-acre State Park located in North Florida. Its main attraction are the 8 major crystalline springs. They join together to create the six-mile long Ichetucknee River, perfect for tubing, kayaking, and snorkeling! The park offers Paddling Adventures rentals, where guest can rent equipment and get access to the park's transportation services such as shuttle buses, ensuring they make the most out of their time at the park. The General Store offers both hot and cold dining options, including hamburgers, fries, sandwiches, and ice cream that guests can enjoy at the outdoor picnic tables located throughout the park. In addition to these attractions, the park is a safe haven to many wildlife species such as beaver, otter, gar, softshell turtle, wild turkey, wood duck, and limpkin. Guests may catch a glimpse of many of these critters as they explore any of the park's three nature trails, guiding visitors through lush forests, sandhill plains, and the towering longleaf pine environments preserved here. Whether you're a nature enthusiast or just looking for a way to cool off in the Florida heat, Ichetucknee Springs offers fun for guests of all interests and ages!

The Inglis Bypass Recreation Area is a popular fishing spot for fresh and saltwater species with two picnic pavilions located nearby to enjoy the day in the shade. Additionally, mowed grass paths run Eastward along the Bypass Canal, creating an idea environment for hiking, biking, and other recreational activities.

The Jacksonville Jaguars joined the NFL in 1993. Although they aren't the winningest franchise they have made their mark on the league in other ways.

Naval Air Station Jacksonville, also known as NAS Jacksonville, is a large military base located in Northeast Florida within the city of Jacksonville, Florida.

Naval Hospital Jacksonville is a military hospital located on the large military base, Naval Air Station Jacksonville, which is located in Northeast Florida within the city of Jacksonville.
 

Naval Station Mayport, is a large naval base located in the community of Mayport in Jacksonville, Florida.

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A'GACI is a store dedicated to all women's fashion. Clothing, shoes, and accessories fill the walls of this store to the max, complete with dressing rooms to try those outfits on. Casual and business attire alike, there is something here for even the pickiest female shopper!

This family entertainment center and waterpark has two locations in Florida, both near Jacksonville. It includes two 18-hole miniature golf courses, each with a unique theme, laser tag, batting cages, go-karts, a junior coaster, and an arcade complete with tickets to get some awesome prizes. The first Adventure Landing theme park was opened in 1995 in Jacksonville Beach by Adventure Entertainment Company. Since then, nine more theme parks have made their construction in the United States and continue to bring fun to families who visit every year. 

This diverse county places the splendors of nature on proud display. Whether it be in a botanical garden, playground swinging and team sports participation, viewing wildlife in a preserve, or walking Alachua’s trails, come view the wide array of plant and animal life in person.

If you need a quick pick-me-up espresso or super food smoothie, follow Back to the Grind Mobile Cafe on social media. Boasting the freshest coffee brews from their local roaster, you can order your choice of hot, cold, or espresso coffee. If you're feeling hungry, enjoy any of their healthful smoothies, such as a peanut butter banana or tropical smoothie with an option to "power up." Don't miss out on their fresh fruit parfaits with a cup of your favorite coffee beverage.

Sit back, relax, and take in the waves at Baker County. Your ATV and your boat are welcome here, but feel free to take a walk as well and go see a little league game as well. 

Baptist Medical Center offers several programs that focus on making health care available for all children, adults, and elderly people in Northeastern Florida. Baptist Medical center offers quality health care services at a reasonable cost.

If you want "Not Fancy Food, Just Good Food," head over to Big Guy's Backyard Grill. They offer high quality, fresh, never frozen food. They have a good variety of American, BBQ, and Mexican cuisine. If you can't make it to their food truck, which travels to several locations, including Jacksonville, Orange Park, Middleburg, Greencove Springs, and Lake Asbury, you can always call for food to be delivered. 

A family owned winery specializing in blueberry wine. They started from picking blueberries off of the family farm and since decided to turn this hobby into the place that is known today.

Bradford County has all the boating, parklife, and wildlife areas to make scheduling that nature outing a literal breeze. Youth football and cheerleading programs are also a great way for your kids to get outside. Come check out what this great Florida County has to offer.

Butler's three different outdoor retail centers make shopping easier for everyone. Not only does it have great shopping, but you'll also find an incredible selection of restaurants and eateries for every budget and taste.

Clay County plays host to such a large number of activities and boasts so many great locations for park going, sporting, and outdoor recreation that it's impossible to list them all here. These are a few great places to check out, but there is always more to see at this unique resource. If you're interested in spacious fairgrounds and state parks that abound in water activities, this is the place to be. 

Columbia County has a host of activities to enjoy in its confines. Sports, community activities, and even a trip to a waterfall are all found in this great piece of Central Florida.

 

This is a great off-leash fenced in dog park with benches and a dog drinking area near downtown Jacksonville.

Cool Stuff Games is a shop that sells everything related to tabletop gaming including CCGs, Board Games, Miniatures, RPGs, and so much more. There are several Cool Stuff Game locations around Florida. They have daily events and tournaments every week, so check the website to find the fun event for you.

CyPress Publications is a private publishing company that has been active since 1995. They offer three types of publishing services: traditional, self-publishing, and cooperative publishing. By doing this, CyPress's goal is to assure its authors that their dreams of publishing are possible. 

This beautiful 42 acre park including 25 fenced acres has many fun activities that you can do with your dog including jogging and walking trails, as well as swimming ponds.

Listed as a historic place in Florida, visitors of this park can learn all about Florida farming from the 1850s to the mid 1940s through the generations of the Dudley family. The property consists of 18 buildings, including the farmhouse that still houses the original furniture, an 1880's kitchen outbuilding, a general store, post office, and a functional cane syrup complex. It's extra fun here since the park staff dress up in period clothing to go about their general chores, like raising the crops and tending to the livestock. If you've ever been curious to how a farm really worked more than one hundred years ago, this is a great throw back in time to check out. There are also some nature trails here that are perfect for hikers and gardens that are beautiful to enjoy when everything is blooming. 

Duval County’s key city, Jacksonville, has the largest park system in North America, with its 300 public and recreational spaces and 22 community centers. With this outrageous number of parks, you might be able to visit a different park every day during a leap year, and not repeat one. We haven’t done the math, but it's probably around there. Anyway, here are some of our favorites.

Flagler Beachfront Winery is an award winning winery with over 4 awards in the latest competition. As a family run business, the winery specializes in family and community. 

Flagler County is rife in history, fishing locations, sporting activities, and beautiful beaches. Take some time off and explore idyllic locales of this great Florida County.

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Grassroots is a natural food market that provides you with a variety of local and organic produce, freshly squeezed juices, wines, supplements, and whatever else you need to live a healthy lifestyle.

Green Erth Bistro is your friendly neighborhood Persian restaurant. The exotic mixture of modern ingredients and flavorful Persian cuisine would feed anyones' food indulgence. Enjoy an intimate and relaxed dining experience while you choose from a variety of small plates, salads, soups, kabobs, and more!

In the mood for a light dish with some serious spice? Green Papaya serves family style Pan Asian dishes that are known for their kick. The all natural ingredients come in a variety of colors, textures, and spiciness. Come enjoy their delicious mango spring roll or sip on their spicy Tom Yum soup.

Let's face it, Florida summers are so long that the brief reprieve you get from the short winter months just isn't enough. Well, head over to Guanabana Truck! They make fruity ice pops that are free of artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives. They also offer gluten and dairy free ice pops. According to their website they "... use the highest quality milks and creams to pair with ingredients like chocolate and peanut butter." Find them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to follow their truck.

Holmes County makes a splash both literally and with its wave of activities to catch a ride on. High school sports, as well as the Wayside Rock Bottom and Middlebrooks Parks allow this close-knit area of Florida to offer a great number of sights and activities for all comers. Come and check out a few examples of what Holmes has to discover.  

The meals at Homespun Kitchen are prepared with 85% organic and 100% natural ingredients for those who love tasty food that's also great fuel for your body. Enjoy an organic frozen yogurt at the bar or grab a power wrap to go!

Capt Tommy is a Fishing guide located in St. Augustine Florida. His charters range from Palm Coast to St. Augustine. He is a popular guest on the Chevy Florida Insider Fishing Report for the northeast region of Florida. 

Jaxport is an international trade and cruise seaport located on the north east coast of Florida. 

Juice Tap offers fresh juice shots, acai bowl, smoothies, and more! They thrive on providing the freshest food and drinks that will nourish your body and get you pumped for the day.

Lake City Mall is one of the largest malls in North Florida. Come here to shop for just about anything you could want. When you're done shopping check out some of the many dining options here for dinner.

This is a family owned historic log cabin farm over 75 years in the making. Home to various wines but grows only the best muscadine wines available.

Maa Kitchen is an authentic Indian restaurant that is predominantly vegan with non-vegan options. Their diverse cuisine allows for a wide variety of menu options. From their flavorful curry to their Tandoori Sizzlers, you will experience the highest standards of food freshness and seasonality from the Indian culture.

If you want authentic Chicago style comfort food then visit Messy Fingers food truck on your lunch break or at your next outing. They offer delectable Philly cheese steaks, mouthwatering cheesy burgers, fish tacos, and an impressive pastrami sandwich, to only name a few. 

If you're looking for delicious comfort food, check out the Mother Truckin Pizza food truck during your next outing. Enjoy a mouth watering jumbo slice with such toppings as buffalo chicken, Hawaiian, veggie, and many more other options to choose from. Check out their full menu online for other options such as calzones, toasted subs, and drinks.

Mr. Potato Spread is no stranger to creativity and versatility. Taking ordinary potatoes and turning them into creative masterpieces, this food truck offers delectable options ranging in flavors. From the shrimp fajita pot, the bacon ranch pot, to their two vegetarian options, and several others, the variations are plenty, And, if you're feeling particularly creative yourself, you can have their plain potato "build your own" option.

Nacho Taco is a Mexican, vegan friendly restaurant open for delivery and take out. They pride themselves on serving the warmest corn tortillas and chips. With natural ingredients cooked fresh just for you, Taco Nacho is flavorful, affordable and, vegan!

Nassau County features 19 park locations to provide entertainment and enrichment in North Florida’s natural environment.

The Orange Park Mall is a large mall that offers shopping of all kinds plus food and fun activities for the whole family. Check out the escape room or catch a movie at the AMC theater for extra entertainment.

Capt. Chris Herra is a local fishing guide located in Palm Coast Florida. He offers sightseeing and fishing trips in the Flagler and St Augustine areas. He has very excellent reviews more info is on his website. 

Palm Coast Fishing and Boat Rental is located in Palm Coast Florida. They are a locally operated family business with decades of experience in the area. 

Captain Brian is a sightseeing tour and fishing charter captain. He is located in Palm Coast Florida and has been around for many years.

Paws Dog Park at Treaty Park has small and large dog areas that are separated. There are two dog park areas with watering holes, shaded areas with benches, and other great amenities. 

As Jacksonville's "one and only gourmet panini food truck," you can find Professor Panini at the Riverside Arts market from 10 am to 3 pm every Saturday. They also serve at local events, including corporate offices and neighborhoods. You can choose from menu items such as The Professor, which includes BBQ chicken and Mac n' Cheese, or a veggie panini. They also offer a choice of four sides that include asparagus, fries, Mac n' Cheese, and chips. To see their full menu and their schedule, you can find them on their website and on Facebook.

Putnam County plays host to several interesting locations to spend your afternoons. Those seeking activities for seniors and park goers who want to hit the trails while retracing an historical journey will find themselves well sated with options.

The Regency Square Mall is a relatively small mall in Jacksonville. It's a great place to get your shopping done and have a quick meal. You can also catch a movie at the AMC theater.

Captain Anthony is a fishing charter captain located in Palm Coast Florida. He operates his business out of St. Augustine Florida. He has been fishing St. Augustine waters for over 20 years. 

Royal Manor Winery is an local vineyard and winery that has been awarded double gold for their Southern Passion fruit wine blend. 

San Sebastian Winery has been around since 1996, and still remains as the second largest in Florida. Their wine is being made at the Lakeridge Winery and specializes in Noble, Carlos, and Welder muscadine wines.

Roller skating is a great activity not only for kids, but for the adults too! Skate Station is dedicated to making sure you have as much fun as possible while you wheel around on four wheeled skates while also making sure you're being safe. This is a great place to throw birthday parties for younger kids, all you have to do is bring the kids and the cake and Skate Station can take care of the rest! There's also an awesome arcade with games like Ice Ball and Air hockey, a pirate themed mini golf that they call Swamp golf, a two-story soft playground for kids under the age of 10 to play in, and a big rock climbing wall for all ages.

One of Jacksonville's most famous vegan cafe's, Southern Roots Filling Station prides itself on ethical living by serving healthy and delicious vegetarian and vegan meals. Enjoy a vegan latte with their renowned sammies or shop for your favorite food essentials.

Now with two different locations in Florida, Splitz is a fun bowling center that's perfect with a group of friends. Not only are there 26 bowling lanes, but there is also laser tag, a video arcade, and a sports bar and grill if you're feeling a bit hungry. They often have events here too, like Karaoke, trivia nights, and happy hour for the adults who like to bowl. Be sure to check in with them first if you're planning on bowling with a big group!

St. Johns County offers a diverse variety of activities for its visitors and residents. Try a Geocaching treasure hunt, have a few at bats at Mills Field, and participate in one of the many Naturalist Programs in this intriguing area.

Calling all sushi lovers, Sushiko is Jacksonville's ultimate Japanese grill and sushi restaurant. The dishes are skillfully prepared with the finest and freshest ingredients and the dining experience is relaxing yet high standard. Their vegan and vegetarian options make the dishes enjoyable for those with dietary restrictions.

Sweet Pete's Candy is a candy store located in Jacksonville and they sell all kinds of candy. From gummy candies, to freshly hand roped lollipops, fudge and sea salt caramels, your eyes will surely pop out of your head when you see this place. For a little extra treat, though, you can schedule a class and learn how to make a chocolate pizza complete with your own toppings, make your own chocolate bar, hand roll your own lollipops, and even learn how to make saltwater taffy. The kid in you will appreciate it.  

Sweet Theory Baking Company is home to some of the most deliciously unique vegan pastries in Jacksonville. From gluten free donuts to vegan cinnamon rolls, their desserts are freshly made just for you. If you have a sweet tooth, stop by for their bacon maple donuts. But hurry, they run out fast!

If you're visiting Jacksonville don't forget to visit Sweeto Burrito! These burritos "Take Hunger to the Mat with Flavor Worth Fighting For".

Tangled Oaks Vineyard & Winery has been a family run business since 2006. They take pride in making quality and affordable wine for their customers. 

With over 150 stores, The Avenues is one of Jacksonville's largest and most upscale malls. The multiple floors contain tons of option for shopping, dining, and family friendly entertainment. 

Take a step back in time and let your nostalgia take over at this old fashioned book store! They have lots of different genres of books including many Florida history books and autographed first editions.

With a clever name that is sure to capture your attention, The Butt Hutt Smokehouse is ranked as a top 50 Food Truck in the USA in 2018. It has been featured on Cooking Channel's Cheap Eats. The menu offers Florida style BBQ with specialties such as Bangin' Beef Curry Fries. For the full menu of Florida BBQ specialties, check out their website.

The goal for JOY FM is to help you find the joy within yourself. This Christian radio station starts mornings with The Morning Cruise where they share the big word of the day and devotional. Throughout the day you can listen to the top Christian artists.

Stop by this charming shopping location to find many of your classic mall stores and so much more. Events throughout the year and great dining options keep people coming back time and time again.

Tossgreens' 4 step menu gives you a combination of traditional and modern natural cuisines. Their fresh and delicious ingredients are blended with spices, allowing you to build your own vegetarian or non-veg burrito, wrap, or bowl!

Union County, the smallest county in the state of Florida, is host to several great locations for outdoor recreation. Hit the water at a freshwater beach, visit the local hiking and biking trails, and make a trip to its local museum.

University of Florida is a college in Gainesville with more than 51,000. As a leader in higher education, UF focuses on excellence in research, teaching, technology and athletics. 

University of North Florida is a college in Jacksonville that opened for classes in 1972. Today UNF has approximately 17,000 students.

WCJB-TV is an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Gainesville, Florida. Owned by Gray Television, WCJB-TV maintains studios on Northwest 43rd Street in Gainesville.

WNBW-DT is an NBC-affiliated television station licensed to Gainesville, Florida. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on virtual and VHF channel 9 from a transmitter in Newberry.

WOGX is a Fox owned-and-operated television station serving Gainesville, Florida that is licensed to Ocala.

WUFT-TV is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)-member television station licensed to Gainesville, Florida. The station is owned by the University of Florida, and maintains studios and offices at Weimer Hall on the University's campus.

Found in a few locations in Florida, Zeno's always seems to be near a beach. This candy store started in 1948 and has since been family owned and operated. While saltwater taffy is their specialty, they also have gourmet popcorn, homemade ice cream, fudge, brittle, and what they call seafoam which is a very light and airy caramel tasting treat.