Jacksonville Beach, Florida 2024

jacksonville-beach,FloridaJacksonville Beach is a city in Florida, United States. It is a coastal resort city and the headquarters of the golfer's paradise, the PGA Tour. It is situated on the east coast of Florida at the mouth of the St. Johns River. Jacksonville Beach has a population of 22,910 as of the 2020 United States Census, with a total of 647,700 people living in Duval County, which includes four incorporated cities and two unincorporated towns.

Jacksonville Beach is home to many beach activities such as surfing, paddle boarding, jet skiing, and fishing. People flock from nearby regions to enjoy the coast, and the beaches are lifeguarded by the Jacksonville Beach lifeguard service from April to October.

Jacksonville Beach is known for its excellent seafood, and the Jacksonville Farmers' Market near the Beach Boulevard intersection, the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier, and the historic Mayport lighthouse are other popular attractions in Jacksonville Beach. Several nearby parks offer hiking trails and wildlife viewing opportunities.

Jacksonville Beach is also home to several major annual events, including the Jacksonville Jazz Festival, Springing the Blues, The World of Nations Celebration, and the Florida Junior Q-Bert Surfing Competition. The Beaches Museum'ises & History Park, the Jacksonville Beach Historical Society Museum, and the Le Havre Artists' Square along 1st Street North are available for people interested in art and history.

Jacksonville Beach is known for its pleasant weather, sunny days, beach activities, fishing, parks, tourist attractions, and nearby golf courses. It is a lively city with a good quality of life, a tourist economy, and a business-friendly government.