Map of Sing Out Loud: Virtual Session Locations

LOCATIONS

Sing Out Loud: Virtual Sessions are live-streamed from various locations around St. Johns County. The majority of locations are outdoors and offer visitors the opportunity to explore the natural beauty of St. Johns County. For hours and locations, please visit the links below.

Alpine Groves Park

NORTHWEST

ALPINE GROVES PARK

Alpine Groves Park spans 54.5 acres between the St. Johns River and William Bartram Scenic & Historic Highway. The many unique features for visitors of all ages to experience and explore include recreational activities, three unique Florida habitats, and historic structures. The park is a designated destination on the Great Florida Birding Trail. Visitors can access the St. Johns River by fishing pier and kayak launch. Hiking and exercise enthusiasts will enjoy the one mile paved handicap and stroller accessible hiking trail that traverses three distinct Florida habitats.

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NORTHEAST

NOCATEE PRESERVE

The natural, 3+ miles of unpaved trails are ideal for walking, jogging, mountain biking, bird watching, photographing nature, or horseback riding. Located just south of Davis Park and near Ponte Vedra High School, the trail head offers parking for vehicles and horse trailers, as well as restroom facilities.

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Nocatee Preserve Photo

NORTHWEST

BELUTHAHATCHEE

Located on the William Bartram Scenic Highway (SR 13), Beluthahatchee Park is a four-acre park located within the 70-acre tract of land purchased by Stetson Kennedy in 1948 after the 18 acre Beluthahatchee Lake was created by impounding Mill Creek in 1945. In 1949 the 70-acre tract was subdivided and platted by the owner/developer Stetson Kennedy who recorded the restrictive covenants setting aside land in perpetuity as a wildlife refuge, and stipulating that residential construction be consistent with the developer’s goal of “serving as a working demonstration that human and natural habitat need not be mutually exclusive, but can coexist in harmony.”

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SOUTHEAST

FAVER-DYKES

Faver-Dykes State Park is located on the outskirts of St. Augustine along Pellicer Creek. Enjoy relaxing, picnicking or fishing under the towering longleaf pines in a sandhill ecosystem that once dominated the Florida landscape. Pellicer Creek is accessible at the park’s boat ramp for canoes, kayaks and small boats. It is a Florida Designated Paddling Trail, and you can either head east to the Pellicer flats and Matanzas River or west to the fresh water beginnings. Pellicer Creek has an average depth of 2 to 6 feet. It is one of the most pristine estuarine tidal marshes on the east coast of Florida with abundant salt and fresh water fish, magnificent birding and wildlife viewing opportunities.

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Favor-Dykes State Park Photo
Fort Mose State Park Photo

SOUTHEAST

FORT MOSE

This is a great time to visit Fort Mose Historic State Park. The park offers a soothing getaway from the sun, whether indoors in the air-conditioned visitor center or outdoors under the gorgeous shade trees. Learn the story of the first legally sanctioned free African settlement inside the visitors center which offers interactive displays that re-tell the story (closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays). This time of year is a great time to view the wildlife from the boardwalk which overlooks the marsh or maybe have a picnic lunch at the pavilion.

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Ponte Vedra Concert Hall Venue Photo

PONTE VEDRA CONCERT HALL

For upcoming events at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, click the link below.

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The St. Augustine Amphitheatre Venue Photo

THE ST. AUGUSTINE AMPHITHEATRE

For upcoming events at The Amp, click the link below.

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