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Wonderful place to chill.

I go to take pictures. Not a big place but it's clean and quiet. Nice boardwalk. Fishing and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Mel C
Atlantic Beach, Florida
Nice hidden island park in Atlantic Beach, FL Dutton Island

This little hidden Island of Dutton Island Rd from Mayport Rd. You drive a short causeway if you... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bj V
Atlantic Beach, Florida
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793 Dutton Island Road West, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
+1 904-630-4100
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I go to take pictures. Not a big place but it's clean and quiet. Nice boardwalk. Fishing and kayaking also available.

Thank Mel C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This little hidden Island of Dutton Island Rd from Mayport Rd. You drive a short causeway if you are driving. Now the westside of the park has a bike trail that will take to you to the Island. You can explore the trails at the...More

Thank Bj V
Reviewed 9 July 2018

Whether you're an angler, hiker, paddler or just like to sit and enjoy nature, Dutton Island is the perfect getaway! Kayak launches on both ends of the island, fishing docks, trails picnic pavilions and real bathrooms await you at this hidden gem in Atlantic Beach....More

Thank mariadmark
Reviewed 22 May 2018

We rode our bikes here and tried to relax a bit because it was very scenic. But the insects were pretty bad, so we didn't last long. It's kind of isolated, so I don't know that I'd go alone.

Thank srjh
Reviewed 25 November 2017

We love to bike to this maritime forest park that offers trails, fishing pier, kayak launch, pavillion for picnics and surprise you can even camp here.

Thank LovesToAdventure
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

This is a beautiful park in Atlantic Beach. It's rarely crowded. My husband and I like to paddleboard here because it's so easy to put in. Great place to fish too. Easy access to the Intracoastal or you can paddle around the marshes. Won't go...More

Thank Marisa C
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Have been there a few times for local community gatherings as well as trail bike riding, trail walking, and as a great place to launch a kayak for a few hours paddle. Most days it is only lightly used. We have seen a variety of...More

1  Thank rattbadger48
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Visited with my wife and enjoyed the quiet and setting, various birds attempting to find something to eat in the water and mudflats. Be sure to walk out to the end of the elevated walkways for the best views!

1  Thank Charles C
Reviewed 11 April 2017

There are great hiking trails and on the island as well as inland. On the island there are places to launch kayaks/canoes as well as a fishing pier. Overall a great place to interact with the marshland. We do a loop around the island in...More

Thank stu517
Reviewed 9 March 2017

Make sure to take plenty of bug spray and sunscreen. I took my nephew and Kids there for a nice casual nature walk.

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28 March 2018|
Response from LovesToAdventure | Reviewed this property |
The roads are not paved but they are hard packed limestone. Their is handicapped parking at the pier though.
Amy I
15 January 2018|
Response from Marisa C | Reviewed this property |
Whew. This is a big question. If you are asking time of year I would say in the spring or summer as a lot of birds have gone south. If you want to see shore birds I would say low tide when perhaps you can see them feeding.