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A twisted pomegranate, a 250 year old oak and an art class

The Treaty Oak is a field live oak (quercus virginiana) that is the oldest living thing in Jacksonville. It’s called “Treaty Oak” because way back in the 1930’s a journalist wrote a story claiming that a treaty between the native Floridians and the Spanish had been singed beneath it. This “journalist” made up the story to save the tree from a developers axe. It worked, for many years the story was believed.

from TripAdvisor

Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

“Hanna Park” Jacksonville, FL Great park for fishing, camping, shelling, beach playing, quiet, out of the way.


Dames Point Bridge: This is my favorite of the Jacksonville, Florida bridges -- Crossing this bridge at night, when its lights are on, sends chills down my spine.

from Daily Catch

6 Reasons Why Jacksonville, Florida, Should Be Your Next Beach Vacation

Six reasons Jacksonville, Florida, should be on your bucket list. Reason #6: Atlantic Beach. |

from OnlyInYourState

This Hike In Florida Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience

The Bulow Woods Trail runs a 6.8-mile path shaded by majestic oaks. Keep an eye out for white-tailed deer, barred owls and other native wildlife. The trail ends at Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park, where the plantation was burned down by Seminole Indians in 1836 during the Second Seminole War. The buildings were made of coquina and included the largest sugar mill in Florida. The park has an outdoor museum to preserve the ruins and artifacts found at the site.