Mickler's Landing Beachfront Park

Mickler's Landing Beachfront Park

The four-lane roads of Ponte Vedra Beach narrow to two as nature takes over the entire landscape. Mickler’s Landing (pronounced “mike-lers”) is just two blocks east of the A1A. The first public beach in Ponte Vedra, Mickler’s remains a local favorite, famous for its pink coquina-sand beach.

From the parking area, take the wooden walkway through 20-foot high sand dunes to experience unspoiled natural habitats for local wildlife. This beach is also a great spot to hunt for shark’s teeth.

Mickler’s Landing has bathroom facilities, outdoor showers, plenty of parking, and posted information about threatened and endangered species in the area. There is a handicapped-accessible walkway from the parking area to the beach as well.

Mickler’s Beach is dog-friendly. Please keep your pet on a leash at all times and remember to pick up after your furry friend.

LOCATION

Mickler's Landing Beachfront Park

1109 Ponte Vedra Boulevard, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

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Accessibility Information

PARKING INFO

Off-beach parking.

Vehicles are not allowed to drive on this beach.

PUBLIC HOURS

Sunrise to Sunset

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