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North East Florida, also famous as ‘First Coast’ is a pleasing vacation destination in the USA. Located along the Atlantic coast, it includes the whole Jacksonville area. It has beaches, parks, gardens, golf courses, museums, national monuments and national memorials. Plus, it is famous for its exciting nightlife and varied dining and shopping options. In terms of accommodations for travelers, various types of vacation home rentals in North East Florida—villas, cottages, condos and cabins—furnished with all the modern facilities and amenities are available at the very best prices.

Why Visit North East Florida?

North East Florida teems with dense forests, flourishing farmland, green pastures, gorgeous beaches and many other attractions. Plus, you can indulge in many exciting and pleasurable activities.

Things to Visit in North East Florida

North East Florida boasts many attractions that have caught the attention of most tourists the world over. However, those that you must include in your bucket include the following:

Bosque Bello Cemetery: Lying at a distance of one mile North of Atlantic Avenue, this cemetery is one of the oldest attractions in North East Florida. It is known to have been set up in 1798 and has a grave of French Soldier Peter Bouissou de Nicar. Both old and new parts of Bosque Bello Cemetery are on one site. Its ‘New’ was added by Sadie Cooper and J.G. Cooper in 1945. Since these graves are located among the Live Oak trees, they have been named after Bosque Bello, which means beautiful woods in the Spanish language.

The Island Art Association: Operated and owned by local artists, that gallery provides venues for nearly 200 Nassau County artists to show their works in arts—fiber art, photography, stained glass, jewelry,sculpture, pottery, mixed media and painting. Moreover, the IAA provides workshops for both adults and children and organizes exhibits and presentations for visitors of all age groups. It is a non-profit volunteer organization, whose mission is exclusively educational and philanthropic.

About American Beach Museum: Known to have been opened on September 6, 2014, it enables you to experience the heritage, stories and culture of American Beach. Abraham Lincoln Lewis was the driving force behind the American Beach. He was a man with some formal education, became a famous traveler the world over. He was also the first African American millionaire of Africa.  Spread over 216 acres of land, it is also famous as ‘the Negro Ocean Playground’. It became a popular place for relaxation and recreation without any humiliation.

St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park: As one of the most exciting places to visit, this park has all the living crocodile species. So, you will get to admire more than native Florida reptiles.  It is also home a large variety of other animals including five species of monkeys, several types of snakes and exotic birds. The red-ruffed lemur and ring-tailed lemurs are the most popular residents here. You will be able to see the animals in their habitats and enjoy a variety of wildlife shows.

Colonial Quarter: This is a living history museum that will let you peep into the past and see how St. Augustine looked like from 16th to 18th centuries. The Spanish fortified town throws light on 17th-century life, replenished with musket drills and a blacksmith shop. From the replica of an early watchtower, you will be able to see a good view of the town. The 18th-century Garrison town has a leatherwork shop and a typical home of a Spanish soldier.

Beaches near North East Florida

Beaches near North East Florida are the best places for travelers to zonk out and to indulge in water sports activities. Those that you should add to your itinerary include the following:

Ponte Vedra: As one of the most residential and recreational beaches in Florida, this beach is much quieter and less dense than other beaches in North East Florida. The activities available on it include hiking miles and miles of nature trails, horseback riding and deep-sea and freshwater fishing. Golfing is the most enjoyable sports activity here.

Neptune Beach: This beach is an ideal beach for both relaxation and surfing activity. Beaches Town Center is a wonderful attraction located on it with a pedestrian-friendly area, which is home to cafes, pubs and boutiques. It is also a good place for visitors to stock up beach towels and bikinis.

JAX Beach: Closest to Jacksonville city, this beach is also a very peaceful and tranquil place. It boasts bars, restaurants that serve different varieties of seafood. It has a pier, a very popular place, from where you can enjoy oceanic view and fishing.

Main Beach Park: Famous as a family-friendly beach, it provides all the modern amenities that go into the making of an exciting family vacation—a playground, picnic spots, parking, dressing rooms, bistros, and restaurants. Splish-splash activities include boating, swimming, kayaking, etc.

Best Time to Visit North East Florida

In terms of weather, tourism and safety, there are two best times to visit North East Florida—from January 29thto May 13th and from October 1stto December 23rd. During these times, the minimum temperature is 45°F (7°C) and the maximum temperature is 85°F (30°C). The average daily temperature hovers between 55°F to 75°F (13°C to 49°C). The probability of rainfall is less than 14%, so it may rain once a week. There is the least chance of snowfall.

How to Visit North East Florida?

Whether you are a national or international traveller, you can easily visit North East Florida without much hustle and bustle. The chief airports located here are Punta Gorda Airport, Northeast Florida Regional Airport, Southwest Florida International Airport, and Key West International Airport. The local means of transportation include buses, taxis, and cars.

Vacation Home Rentals in North East Florida

FindAmericanRentals, one of the best North East Florida vacation rentals by owner, offers no-booking-fee vacation rentals to travelers at very affordable prices around the clock on a prompt basis. You can contact one of its customer service executives to book your accommodations anytime.