A Bicycle Beach Town Paradise

Amelia Island is home to 13 miles of beaches, over 80 restaurants, 117 holes of golf, 30+ tennis courts, road races and marathons year round and is a Bronze Level Bike Friendly Community. 

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Life on Amelia Island

The beach may be what brings you here, but the community that is Amelia Island is why we live here. Whether you have a very active lifestyle or maybe just get out and about on the weekends, the island has all you’ll ever need!

A Bicycle Friendly Community Within A Nationally Ranked Bicycle Community 

Crane Island will feature a bike trail that takes you from the Intracoastal Waterway on the West side of the Island all the way to the East Coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Our community is inspired to improve the town we live while also bringing new opportunities of healthy, active lifestyles.

Fort Clinch

With 3.3 miles of paved road for touring cyclists, Fort Clinch State Park offers shaded trails both for leisure and thrill-seeking with a 6 mile trail that offers the off-road experience with hills and turns.

Egan’s Creek Greenway

300 acres set aside for recreational use, this is one the most popular bike paths in Amelia. Enjoy a variety of bike paths in the natural wildlife preserve with trails up to 1.3 miles long. Bring a camera on this trip if you are a leisure rider!

Amelia Island Trail

This paved trail runs 5.7 miles along the coast from Peter’s Point Beach Park to the Amelia Island State Park at the farthest point of Amelia Island.
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Want to see more of Crane Island has to offer? Here are a few of our Blog Posts about the Lifestyle and Amenities of Crane Island. Explore and feel free to reach out to the team with any questions you may have!

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