Fort Clinch State Park is among the crown jewels of the Florida State Park system and is the northeastern-most point in Florida. It sit at the confluence of the Cumberland Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. The fort is a remarkably well preserved example of our early coastal defenses. We trust you will enjoy your visit.
The Fort Clinch Visitor Center is the gateway to historic Fort Clinch. The Visitor Center shares the complex with the Fort Clinch Museum and the Civilian Conservation Corps Company 1420 commemorative statue.
Your visit begins at the Visitor Center, where fort Admission Tickets are available. We are pleased to share information about the Fort and park, historic Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island, and natural Florida.
The Visitor Center is you resource for refreshments, ice, firewood, gifts, souvenirs, convenience items, camping supplies, publications, along with bait & tackle.
Our Meeting Room is available for rent: Private functions, birthday parties, business meetings, and small receptions.
We have ample parking, patio with picnic tables, and a playground under the forest canopy. Hold your next event at the Visitor Center in the maritime forest on the Cumberland Sound and Atlantic Ocean!
It is the policy of American Parks to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"), and Chapter 760, Part I, Florida Statutes, the "Florida Civil Rights Act," and provide facilities that provide accommodations to persons with disabilities, and provide program access to each and every program and activity offered to the public. American Parks’ intent is to offer access to all of its facilities and programs, and not merely to the minimum extent mandated by law.
American Parks does not discriminate on the basis of disability in employment or in the admission and access to its programs, services or activities. American Parks is committed to ensuring that its programs, activities, employment opportunities, and services are available to all persons, including persons with disabilities.
American Parks is committed to making facilities, programs, services, and employment accessible for visitors and employees with disabilities through compliance with the Architectural Barriers Act of 1968, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The accessibility of commercial services within the Florida State Parks is also directed by all applicable federal, state, and local laws.
American Parks works to the greatest extent practicable to ensure that people with disabilities can participate in the same programs, activities, and employment opportunities available to those without disabilities in the most integrated setting possible. Alternative means of accessing facilities, programs, or services are provided only when an accessible direct experience cannot be provide
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2601 Atlantic Av, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034, United States