- TripBuzz discovered 50 different types of activities for couples in the Amelia Island area, including Farms & Ranches (like Kelly's Seahorse Ranch), Tennis (like Cliff Drysdale Tennis at Amelia Island Plantation), Boat Tours (like Backwater Adventure) and Parks (like Memorial Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 72 date ideas in or near Amelia Island, Florida, including 65 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Fernandina Beach and St. Marys.
Amelia Island's Backwater Adventure offers two-man catamarans for rent for scenic rides around Amelia Island. Tours last between three and four hours, and sights include the lighthouse, an array of wildlife, and castle ruins.
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Racquet Park Drive, Amelia Island, FL 32034 MoreLess Info
Cliff Drysdale Tennis at Amelia Island Plantation features an expansive sporting facility surrounded by views of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean. The gorgeous plantation grounds are home to 23 tennis courts and offer one of the finest resort tennis programs in the world.
Kelly's Seahorse Ranch is the only state-endorsed horse ranch located on the beach in Florida. This family-owned ranch offers rides on their private beach, all year long, with an access trail to the beaches of Amelia Island State Park.
A public beach with lifeguards, Peters Point Beachfront Park can be used for swimming and fishing and serves as the start of a 6.2 mile trail. The park provides picnic areas including grills, showers, bathroom facilities and a boardwalk.
78% 27 votes
4700 Amelia Island Parkway, FL 32034 MoreLess Info
The peaceful atmosphere at The Golf Club of Amelia Island at Summer Beach lets you escape into your golf game, leaving the rest of the world behind. The club features an exclusive membership to oceanfront golf, tennis and an amenities-packed beach club.
95% 361 votes
Fort Clinch State Park Visitor Center, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 MoreLess Info
Providing each visitor with a Segway, Ecomotion Segway Tours provides tours of the swamp, forest, and beach terrains of the island. On the sand bars, visitors can spot turtles. Throughout the tour, the guide narrates the history of the region.