I-95 Exits To-Do List

You definitely want to see these spots! ​

Summer is here and if you are packing the car up and hitting the road on your way to a sunny destination make sure you make time for all the fun experiences Jacksonville has to offer! We have a full list of all the attractions, unique restaurants and great parks that can be found on the next exit just off I-95.

Exit 335 -Old Saint Augustine

  • Clark's Fish Camp Seafood Restaurant- The restaurant’s décor is just as impressive as their menu, with one of the largest privately-owned collections of taxidermy in the country that includes lions, tigers, monkeys, bears, giraffes, deer, bobcats, and a whole flock of birds.
  • Driving North on I-95? Passengers! Grab your camera and don’t miss this snap. Letters spelling out “Jacksonville” can be seen over the Old St. Augustine Road overpass acting as the gateway to the city along I-95 northbound.

Exit 339- US 1 Phillips Hwy

  • The Avenues Mall- For the latest fashion trends, The Avenues Mall always have you covered.
  • Main Event Entertainment- The perfect place for the whole family to have fun at. Whether you are playing arcade games, bowling, rock climbing, mini golf or dining, break up the drive with some fun at this attraction.
  • Losco Regional Park- This 210-acre park has scenic paved trails that wraps around the park, one multi-use field, soccer fields, two playgrounds, and a splash pad.

Exit 341 –Baymeadows Road

  • Avonlea Antique Mall- A must-see for antique enthusiasts, with a 40,000 square foot showroom featuring more than 200 dealers Avonlea Antiques.

Exit 344-JTB

  • Autobahn- 50 mph: The speed you can drive a go-kart at Autobahn Indoor Speedway.
  • Tinseltown- Upgrade the movie experience at this Cinemark Theater with the luxury loungers for select showtimes.
  • Top Golf (7 miles)-Take your golf experience to new levels by visiting Topgolf where your competitive game meets your favorite local hangout.
  • Jacksonville Beach (15 miles)- Come surf, kayak, paddleboard, swim, dive, boat, fish and explore Jacksonville’s unique coastal shores.

Exit 345 – Bowden Road

  • Curtis Lovelace Park- This park provides opportunities to be both active and relax by enjoying the peaceful enjoyment of nature.
  • Victoria Park-This park includes softball fields, tennis/pickleball court.
  • Drew Park- A softball complex with a playground and picnic tables.

Exit 346-University Blvd.

Exit 347-US 1 / Emerson

  • Community First Igloo-The Community First Igloo is the best place to beat the Florida heat year-round. Even if ice skating isn’t your thing, the Igloo features spaces with something for everyone.
  • Cuba Hunter Park- Pack the skateboard and stop at this skateboard facility. Features include a 6-foot half pipe, a 7-foot quarter pipe, jump boxes, multiple rails and a bank ramp.
  • EDGE rock gym- Climb on at their own pace to reach the top of the rock wall. This is a great full body exercise!

Exit 350A-US 1 /Prudential Drive & Exit 350B- SR13/ San Marco Blvd.

  • Southbank Riverwalk- The Riverwalk offers a fantastic view of the St. Johns River for you to stroll at your leisure.
  • MOSH- The Museum of Science & History brings thousands of years of Northeast Florida’s cultural and ecological history to life. Featuring interactive exhibits and the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium, the largest single-lens planetarium in the world!
  • Treaty Oak- Treaty Oak at Jesse Ball duPont Park is home to a 250-year-old Southern Live Oak that’s more than 70 feet tall, with a 25 foot wide trunk!
  • Friendship Fountain- One of Jacksonville’s most popular attractions to enjoy the skyline views and watch for dolphins.
  • Historic San Marco Square- Visit San Marco's distinctive boutiques and art galleries and enjoy the full-fledged dining district which has plenty of outdoor cafe seating and diverse options.
  • Balis Park-Capture the moment by taking a photo next to the historic San Marco lions.
  • San Marco Theatre- Built in 1938, you don’t want to miss catching a showing at this historic landmark. The San Marco Theatre was recognized as one of the ten best classic cinemas in the USA.
  • Theatre Jacksonville- This is the longest running community theater in Florida, located right in the San Marco Square
  • St. Johns River Taxi & Tours- The best and most affordable way to book a tour to see Jacksonville from the water –and one of the prettiest ways too!

RIVERSIDE EXITS: Exit 351A- Park Street, Exit 351B- I-10 west (US 17 south, SR 8 west), Exit 351C-Margaret Street & Exit 351D-Stockton Street

  • Memorial Park- A beautiful, riverfront park found in the 5 Points area of Riverside.
  • Riverside Park- When you arrive at Riverside Park, take a stroll along the paved walking path around the spring-fed lake.
  • RAM- Driving through Jacksonville on a Saturday? Stop at the Riverside Arts Market located right under the Fuller Warren Bridge and pick up local produce and a Jacksonville souvenir.
  • Sun-Ray Cinema- This historic movie theater is a great to enjoy a movie with food and local craft beers on the menu.
  • Five-Points-5 Points is an artsy Riverside neighborhood, with funky coffee shops, outdoor cafés, one-of-a-kind shopping, nightclubs, and more.

Exit 353A- Church Street/Myrtle Ave./Forsyth Street

The Ritz Theatre and Museum- A museum with Jacksonville’s extensive African American History and a theater with special events every week.

Prime Osborne Convention Center- Jacksonville's historic convention center, it was once the city’s train station

Sally Dark Rides- This Jacksonville animatronics company makes special rides for theme parks across the globe. they offer tours!

Murals- The city’s core has a perfectly curated collection of modern murals, sculptures, and unique art pieces almost everywhere you look.

Exit 353B- US 90 Alt / Union Street

  • Karpeles Manuscript Library- This is one of nine Karpeles Museums across the country, each committed to sharing original manuscript exhibits.
  • MOCA- With more than 1,000 pieces in its permanent collection, MOCA Jacksonville encompasses one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the Southeast.
  • Northbank Riverwalk- Over two miles long on the Northbank and includes Corkscrew Park, an outdoor gym!
  • TIAA Bank Field- Take a behind-the-scenes tour of TIAA Bank Field, home to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
  • Jacksonville Historical Society-The Jacksonville Historical Society works actively to preserve numerous historic buildings, promote education and awareness of our city’s history, and expand the Society’s Archives.

Exit 353D- SR 114 / 8th Street

  • Historical Springfield- This historic neighborhood is filled with hip restaurants, locally owned shops, murals, some of the city's oldest parks, craft breweries and tons of southern charm with majestic oaks providing protective shade and a beautiful visual along its residential streets.
  • Tallyrand -Jacksonville Port Authority Terminal

Exit 354B-US 1 North/MLK Jr. Pkwy. West

  • Durkeeville Historical Society- The Durkeeville Historical Society has re-created exhibits of materials and historical artifacts from the community to tell its story
  • Amtrak Station

357-SR 111 (Edgewood Ave.)

  • Evergreen Cemetery
  • Amtrak

Exit 358A-SR 105 (Zoo Pkwy/ Heckscher Dr.)

  • Jacksonville Zoo- Visit the The Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens to see the 2,000 plus exotic and rare species.
  • Blount Island – Port of Jacksonville
  • A1A Scenic drive

Exit 362A- I-295 East, Exit 362B-I-295 West & Exit 363A-Duval Rd. East

  • Regal River City Marketplace Theatre
  • Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary (3.5miles)- A wildlife sanctuary that rescues tigers and other big cats from inhumane captivity. The best time to visit is during the night feedings!

(Over five miles)

  • William F Sheffield Regional Park- This park includes soccer fields, baseball and softball facilities, a community center and a pool, skateboard parks and trails and two ponds for fishing activities.
  • Jim Wingate Preserve

Exit 366-Pecan Park Rd.

  • Pecan Park Flea Market- This market features 750 store fronts! A very wide range of shops, from produce, to antiques and even electronics!
  • Tiki Island Tap Gator Pond
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