Little Talbot Island State Park provides over five miles of white sandy beaches, along with an undeveloped area in Northeast Florida. Most of the beaches are developed in the area, but this remains as one of the few undeveloped barrier islands found in the area. Complete with maritime forests, salt marshes and desert-like dunes, this is a great place for all kinds of family fun.
The diverse nature of the park provides plenty of wildlife viewing including:
- Migratory birds
- River Otters
- Marsh Rabbits
- And many others animals!
The surf and tidal streams provide plenty of great fishing with many types of fish throughout including:
- Striped bass
Other park activities…