Vaill Point Park
Vaill Point Park is a beautiful 23-acre recreational park located along Moultrie Creek and the Intracoastal Waterway in Saint Augustine, Florida. This plot of land used to be owned by the Vaill Family back in 1918, but has since been given away as a national park.
Vaill Point Park is abundant in natural plant life and wildlife. Here you will find native Live Oaks, Hardwoods and Pine Forest Trees, all offering much needed shade on a hot Florida day! This park is also a hot spot for bird sighting, you may see anything from a snowy egret, to an eagle, or a peregrine falcon and more. The Audubon Society along with the St. Johns County Recreation and Parks Department are now offering bird identification classes!
There is fishing available at Vaill Point Park, where you will find a wide variety of fish species. There is also a 1.5 mile paved trail for biking or hiking with educational signs along the trail about the natural environment. Also at Vaill Point Park there are canoe, kayak launch sites to go into the Intracoastal and cruise along, there is a fishing pier, covered picnic pavilions, grills, clean restrooms, and three playgrounds! Vaill Point Park includes fun for the whole family.
Visit the nation's oldest city, St. Augustine, and enjoy a relaxing day having a wonderful picnic or kayaking at Vaill Point Park.
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