Whether your rent a beach bike or bring your road bike, one can enjoy over 40 miles of bike trails on the island. Click here to view a map of the trails
including a casual ride down the coast or a more advance trail through Amelia Island State Park. To rent a beach bike contact (904) 277-1087.
Island 5K Coastal Nature Walk
A guided eco-tour exploring life in the sand dunes. Join a seasoned tour guide as they lead you on foot through some of Amelia Island’s most beautiful scenery. $25 per person / 60 minutes
Inland Waterway Kayak Tour
Experience unspoiled natural beauty on a guided kayak tour through the scenic salt marshes of the Intracoastal Waterway. While paddling through the calm waters, you'll receive an interactive overview of the local eco-system and indigenous wildlife. Please call Riptide Watersports at (904) 557-5055 for reservations and more information.$85 per person /180 minutes
American Beach Bike Tour
From an opera singer who saved a beach, to a dune named “Nana” and a legendary nightclub played by musical greats Ray Charles and Louis Armstrong, the colorful history of American Beach provides a fascinating backdrop for a guided bike tour through one of Amelia Island’s oldest neighborhoods. Founded in 1935 as a summer escape for African-Americans in the days before desegregation, their stories live on thanks to the dedicated group of individuals who fought to preserve the historic community. $35 per person / 60 minutes
Downtown History Tour
Step back in time with a tour of historic Fernandina Beach. Considered to be the birthplace of the modern shrimping industry, this quaint seaside village brings to life an earlier era, with cobblestone streets, ornately painted Victorian homes and an array of charming boutiques, eateries and art galleries. $55 per person / 180 minutes
Transportation and tour guides are provided for all off-property activities. 24-hour advance reservations are required and can be arranged online or by calling (904) 277-1087. When submitting an online request, please specify the desired activity.