Fort Matanzas National Monument
This Spanish outpost fort was built in 1740-1742 to guard the Matanzas Inlet and to warn St. Augustine of British or other enemies approaching from the south. In addition, the park, provides a natural habitat rich in wildlife with the salt marsh, scrub, and maritime hammock now protecting endangered and threatened species
Castillo De San Marcos National Monument
The Castillo de San Marcos National Monument represents the oldest remaining European fortification in the continental United States. The masonry fort and its surrounding land comprise 25 acres in historic downtown St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest continually occupied European settlement in North America.
Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve
Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve was established to protect one of the last unspoiled coastal wetlands on the Atlantic Coast, and to preserve historic and prehistoric sites within the area. The estuarine ecosystem includes salt marsh, coastal dunes, and hardwood hammocks.
Fort Caroline National Memorial
Fort Caroline National Memorial was created to memorialize the Sixteenth Century French effort to establish a permanent colony in Florida. Nothing remains of the original Fort de la Caroline; a near full-scale rendering of the fort, together with exhibits in the visitor center, provide information on the history of the French colony, their interaction with the native Timucua, and the colonists' brief struggle for survival.
Cumberland Island National Seashore
Cumberland Island is 17.5 miles long and totals 36,415 acres of which 16,850 are marsh, mud flats, and tidal creeks. It is well known for its sea turtles, abundant shore birds, dune fields, maritime forest, salt marshes, and historic structures.
Fort Frederica National Monument
Fort Frederica was established to protect the southern boundary of his new colony of Georgia.
A1A Ocean Shore Scenic Highway
Take a step back in time and imagine a world where sea oats sway rhythmically in the salty breeze and giant turtles bury their eggs along the base of pristine sand dunes.
A1A River to Sea Trail
The A1A River & Sea Trail Scenic Highway reflects many images of "Old Florida" which are rapidly becoming extinct and should be preserved.
A1A Scenic and Historic Coastal Byway
This byway lies between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway on a narrow barrier island with breath-taking views. This environment supports a variety of wildlife, including 50 endangered species. History aficionados will enjoy touring St. Augustine
Altamaha Historic Scenic Byway
This Byway lets visitors explore both the rich cultural heritage and the diverse marsh ecosystems found along Georgia's coast.
Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway
The Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway in north central Florida is filled with long, uninterrupted stretches of natural Florida and pine-scented air. See an array of wildlife, lush subtropical vegetation, and springs with clear, crystalline water. Be sure to take
Heritage Crossroads Miles of History Heritage Highway
Prehistoric man, Native American tribes, European conquerors, colonists who settled in this region, and even tourists of the pre-Interstate Highway era have traveled the Heritage Crossroads network of roads for over 300 years.
Old Florida Heritage Highway
As one of the best preserved remnants of 'Old Florida,' rich in natural beauty and steeped in tradition, the Old Florida Heritage Highway offers a unique opportunity for byway travelers wanting to return to Florida's roots.
Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail
Visitors seeking a cultural and/or historic experience will find museums, historic public buildings, and private homes along the corridor, in Tomoka State Park, and in locations a few blocks off the designated roadways. This is a byway where recreational oppor
River of Lakes Heritage Corridor Scenic Highway
Collectively, the 120-mile River of Lakes Heritage Corridor Scenic Highway and its resources convey the unfolding of western Volusia County’s rich cultural heritage along the magnificent and historical St. Johns River.
Scenic and Historic A1A Highway
Along the Scenic and Historic A1A Highway one experiences rural ambiance between the river and the sea--nineteen miles of bikeway, walkway and waterway. Discover pristine estuaries, the world's first oceanarium, archaeological ruins, live oak canopies, abundan
William Bartram Scenic and Historic Trail
The William Bartram Scenic and Historic Highway provides a unique experience for those who choose to explore its winding path. As you drive the byway, you will find exceptional archaeological, historical, scenic, cultural, and recreational resources. Enjoy the