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Anastasia State Park
1340-A State Road A1A South
St Augustine, Fl 32080
GPS 29° 52'39.30" N 81° 16'50.98" W
( Entrance )
$8.00 per vehicle 2 - 8 people
$4.00 Single occupant vehicle
$2.00 Pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers, passengers in vehicle with annual Individual passes
Hours:8:00am - Sundown 365 days per year
Castillo De San Marcos
GPS 29° 53'45.37" N 81° 18'40.12" W
Not really any fishing here, but a VERY cool place to learn about the history of this area.
Faver Dykes State Park
1000 Faver Dykes Road
St. Augustine, Florida 32086
Fees do apply at this park, call the above number for rates.
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Fort Matanzas National Monument
8635 A1A South
St. Augustine, FL 32080
GPS 29° 43'00.95" N 81° 13'57.74" W
( Entrance area for the main river side or the drive-on beach area )
Fishing on both the ocean side and the river side.
Guana Tolomato Matanzas Reserve
Approxiamately 8 miles north of Vilano on the left.
Approxiamately 10 miles south of Mickler beachfront park on the right
30° 01'25.88" N 81° 19'25.42" W
Lake Boat Ramp GPS
30° 01' 24.91" N 81° 19'39.19" W
Tidal Water Boat Ramp GPS
30° 01'21.73" N 81° 19'40.19" W
$3.00 per vehicle up to 8 people
$1.00 per Pedestrian, Bicyclists, and extra persons in vehicle above 8
8:00am - Sunset
Guana River Dam Use Area opens at 4:00am - 11:00pm
At the Dam you can choose to focus on the fresh water of the lake on the northern side or you can choose the tidal waters on the southern side. Small boats can be launched into either at this location. Watch the tides on the tidal side to prevent yourself from being stranded at low tide conditions. Please see the check the tides near here button we have provided for information from closest NOAA Station. Please, be aware that your actual locations tides times will vary depending on distance from station, winds and other factors. The tidal creek is NOT maintained for navigation, small boats only.
The trails abound at Guana Tolomato Matanzas Reserve for biking, horseback riding and hiking, bring plenty of water for yourself!
National Estuarine Research Reserve is directly on the right as you enter this area.
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|Areas in St. Johns County Florida include; St Augustine, Ponte Vedra, Vilano, St Augustine Beach, Nocatee, World Golf Village, Butler Beach, Palm Valley, Crescent Beach and Fruit Cove.|
|Bodies of brackish and saltwater in St. Johns County Florida include; Atlantic Ocean, Cabbage Creek, Capo Creek, Casa Cola Creek, Cunningham Creek, Cut Creek, Deep Creek, Durbin Creek, East Creek, Guana River, Hospital Creek, Intracoastal Waterway, Julington Creek, Matanzas Inlet, Matanzas River, Marshall Creek, Moultrie Creek, Pancho Creek, Pellicer Creek, Red House Branch, Robinson Creek, Salt Run, San Sebastian River, Six Mile Creek, Smith Creek, Sombrero Creek, St Augustine Inlet, St Johns River, Stokes Creek, Tolomato River, Ximanies Creek.|