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About Jacksonville Beach

Just beyond the bustling city of Jacksonville, Florida is Jacksonville Beach. Known for its clean beaches, outdoor activities and charming eateries, it is a hot spot for families looking to get away. Stay in one of the many Jacksonville Beach vacation rentals for the benefit of having extra space and comfort, and enjoy your time on Florida’s coast. 

Climate

When making your travel plans, be sure to consider Jacksonville’s weather. Typically, July is the warmest month with temperatures that average 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, summers are hot and humid, so look for Jacksonville Beach vacation rentals with easy access to the beach or backyard pools. Winters are mild with the chilliest daytime temperatures falling to the mid-60s. Although January is the coolest month, this destination is a popular place to visit year-round.  

Things to do

Jacksonville Beach vacation rentals are convenient when it comes to visiting the area’s best attractions. After settling in at one’s rental, head out to enjoy a variety of sights and things to do that will appeal to everyone. Start with visits to the area animal attractions, including the Jacksonville Zoo and Garden and the Catty Shack Ranch Wildfire. Check out Cradle Creek Preserve to see migrant birds and song birds flying overhead in their natural habitat.

For outdoor-lovers, Jacksonville Beach is the perfect place to spend a sunny day. Consisting of wide stretches of sand, the beach is very clean and boasts warm waters that wash ashore. The beach’s namesake fishing pier is also a great spot to cast a line and while away a few hours. The nearby Talbot Island State Parks are always a hit. The parks are made up of four islands that offer more than five miles of exceptional beaches. Families visiting these state parks can enjoy an afternoon picnic, take advantage of the campgrounds, or walk the nature trails before returning to their Jacksonville Beach vacation rentals.

Jacksonville Beach also has numerous museums and educational centers that visitors will find both entertaining and education. This includes the Beaches Museum & History Park, the Jacksonville Maritime Heritage Center, the Museum of Science & History, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. 

Dining

There are countless restaurants and eateries for vacationers to enjoy while visiting Jacksonville Beach. Eat a hardy breakfast at The Metro Diner before embarking on a ...

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