There is a small island off Northeast Florida’s Atlantic coast with no throngs of tourists, no traffic jams, and no buildings, except for a lone ranger’s station. Instead, what you’ll find is a rare slice of unspoiled Florida: a glowing alabaster beach, shapely sand dunes, rolling salty surf and peaceful tidal creeks. It’s called Little Talbot Island, and every inch of it is a well-preserved state park. A stay on this undeveloped barrier island may not be for everyone, since the accommodations here would be your own tent or RV. But spending the day on this slice of paradise is another story, as Amelia Island with its diverse lodging options is just a few miles up the coast.

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