If you love getting scared, bloody displays, ghosts, ghouls and all the fun things that come out at Halloween, you need to find the right haunted houses for your fun in Jacksonville. Here are some of the top choices for your frightening fun this year.
The Haunting of School House 4
Pandemic Haunted Attractions presents a Terroriffic Halloween event The Haunting of Jacksonville's own historic haunted School House Number Four. Walk through the haunted school house maze for a terrorfied history lesson presented by the ghostly school house faculty.
School House Number Four over the years has earned the title of "The Most Haunted Place in Jacksonville". Our maze was constructed to highlight the haunted features of each schoolroom including the famous
Fleming Island isn't really an island, but instead a development that used to be a wetland area. It is home to many golf courses, suburbs and more. This part of Jacksonville is one of the most popular and provides plenty of exciting things to do. It's known as a bedroom community with many developments including:
- Pace Island
- Eagle Harbor
- Fleming Island Plantation
- Crossings at Fleming Island
- Autumn Glen
- Hibernia Plantation
- And Many More!
It's one of the richest zip codes in the area with an average household income over $100,000 and an average net worth close to $1 million. This area provides plenty of shopping with all the major big box stores, such as Home Depot, Wal-Mart and Target. Along with the great…
Jacksonville, FL - Its not unusual for North Florida's homebuyers to experience a gap between the resale market and buying new. This is a trend that is shown nationwide but one could imagine it is most prevalent in the high demand areas of the country. Those that experienced the highest levels of distress signify a lot of these areas and while one might think that that would mean better pricing, you're right.... it did.
If you havnt already contracted on your home though you're late. Much of the overhang was sopped up by investors and those lucky enough to take advantage. Now homeowners will need to start considering what their housing goals are. If they're moving into a home that is a long term home (no I dont mean 30 years) and one that fits…
If you're looking for something to do over the next few weeks. You will find there's plenty to do in the Jacksonville area. Here are some of the best events happening throughout the city.
Eddie Griffin Live - September 27th at 8pm
Those looking to laugh and enjoy a fun evening of great comedy can come out to the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts. Eddie Griffin Live will start at 8pm and tickets range from $45 to $65.
National Smithsonian Museum Day - September 28th from 10am to 2pm
Free admission will be provided throughout the day at the museum. This is the perfect time to bring the family and enjoy all the museum offers.
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Colts - September 29th at 1pm
One of the biggest NFL rivalry football games of the year…
Last week while my cat was on the atrium, I noticed he found a little
black racer snake. They played for some time, then he let the snake
go. The next day, our neighbor asked my husband to get the snake out
of her pool. Guess it got tired of playing with my cat and wanted to take a swim.
Yesterday while my husband was doing yard work, a baby turtle appeared
from the bushes. I had been wanting to get a pet turtle, but he
kept putting me off. When he came into the house with the baby
turtle, I knew it was time to make a visit to the pet store.
I love living in Ponte Vedra Beach!
Finding the right shopping in Jacksonville isn't hard. If you're new to the area, you don't have to look any further than the St. Johns Town Center. This is one of the many Simon Malls across the country and provides plenty of great shopping. This excellent mall is located on the Southside near J. Turner Butler Blvd and 9A and gives residents the option to shop and dine all in one place.
Many top names are found throughout the St. Johns Town Center including:
- Ann Taylor
- Abercrombie & Fitch
- Ballard Designs
- Banana Republic
- Bath & Body Works
- Lane Bryant
- Lucky Brand
- Men's Warehouse
It's no secret that the best schools in Jacksonville come from the St. Johns Public Schools system. Many of these schools are highly rated and provide an excellent education for your children. Here are the top schools throughout this network of choices.
Durbin Creek Elementary School
Serving pre-kindergarten to fifth grade, this school received a 10 out of 10 from GreatSchools.com. It's a five-star school from the community and all the test scores are well above average at every grade level. The school serves 883 students and it's one of the best elementary schools in the entire city.
Other great elementary schools in the area include:
- Hickory Creek Elementary School - Pre-K - 5th grade
- Julington Creek Elementary School - Pre-K - 5th grade
The homes found in Julington Creek are very attractive for many newcomers to the Jacksonville area. With more than 1,200 acres of coastal woodlands, this area provides plenty of beautiful views. As an exceptional area for families, this location is perfect if you plan to relocate to Jacksonville.
Julington Creek Plantation is only a few minutes from St. Augustine and only 30 minutes from downtown Jacksonville. It's a premier location for those looking to live near Jacksonville, but not within the city itself. The location provides many excellent attractions within driving distance and many other cities in Florida are just a few hours away.
Homes in Julington Creek
With a small town charm, many of the homes found throughout the area…