Area Attractions

Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) is the gateway to agolfer’s paradise. Located in Northeast Florida, JAX is the region’s airport for business and leisure travelers. The airport is also convenientlylocated near many of the city’s business districts as well as vacationdestinations such as Amelia Island, St. Augustine andPonte Vedra.



Parks

With 57,373 acres of parks,including state and federal lands, Jacksonville now ranks number one among U.S.cities in gross acreage for parks, and is in the top ten for percentage of acreage in the city devoted to park land. Click here for more information.



Beaches and Boating

The Jacksonville region has become known as Florida's First Coast. Unlike much of the rest of Florida, the First Coast's miles of beaches remain relatively unspoiled and unfenced. The Beach communities in Duval County - Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach and Neptune Beach - also offer some of the best sport fishing, boating and water sport opportunities in the country.



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Zoo

The Jacksonville Zoo, north of downtown, is a natural wonderland growing and changing daily, with more than 1,000 rare and exotic creatures. Covering about 70 acres along the St. Johns River, the zoo has the only walking safari in Northeast Florida. 

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Sports Complex


EverbankField -This 73,000-seat stadium is home to the Jacksonville Jaguars of the National Football League. 

The Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville - The new ballpark has a seating capacity of 10,000 and is home to the Jacksonville Suns. 

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 Veterans Memorial Arena - This 16,000 capacity arena attracts national level entertainment as well as NCAA basketball events. Click here for more information.