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  • Jacksonville Surf Training
    Surfing savant Tiffany Layton caught her first wave more than two decades ago and has been launching her board into open waters ever since. Tiffany's pastime evolved into a way of life about six years ago when she began surfing competitively and racking up an impressive list of championship titles. It was around the same time that Tiffany became certified to teach surfing, and today she shares her knowledge of the ocean at Jax Surf & Paddle. Tiffany and her team of talented surfers welcome pupils of all ages and skill levels, encouraging healthy lifestyles through surfing lessons and camps and standup-paddleboarding lessons. They even host surf retreats in exotic lands?the next trip journeys to Costa Rica, the famous location where the ocean made its first wave while attending a rowdy futbol game.
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    1st St. N & 13th Ave. N
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US
  • Adventure Landing Jacksonville
    At Jacksonville’s Adventure Landing and Shipwreck Island Waterpark, fun lives on land and water. While keeping dry, families can drive laps in the Adventure Speedway Go Karts, battle in the multi-level laser-tag arena, and putt through a pair of 18-hole mini-golf courses. But with their bathing suits they can also ride water slides and surf the Hydro Half Pipe at Shipwreck Island.
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    1944 Beach Blvd.
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US
  • Jacksonville Beach Shipwreck Island Waterpark
    Most people beat the heat by becoming sedentary: laying on the beach, lounging in a hammock, or sleeping on top of electric fans. But Jacksonville Beach Shipwreck Island Waterpark keeps customers cool in a more thrilling way. Besides the obligatory lazy river (720 feet long) and a 500,000 gallon wave pool, the park includes four extreme slides and other rides for kids of all ages. Eye Catcher: Explore the Pirate's Play Village. Kids of all ages scamper up and down the attraction's three stories, descending down slides, blasting one another with water cannons, or cleaning their teeth with water nozzles. For School-Age Kids: The Rage reaches speeds as high as 18 mph as it sends riders on a waterborne roller coaster ride. For Older Kids: From 40 feet into the air, The Eye of the Storm drops riders into concentric circles before dropping them into eight feet of water. For Toddlers: Kiddie Cove, a play area for the tiny set, features a splash pad and two small slides Take a Break: The Wave Riders Grill serves snacks such as french fries, fruit, and popcorn
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    1944 Beach Blvd.
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US
  • Jax Water Tours
    Captain Brooks Mitchell has devoted his life to exploring the U.S. coastline?s natural splendor. His 45-foot pontoon cruises the Intracoastal Waterway, indulging guests with 360-degree views of manatees, dolphins, and eagles. Captain Mitchell started taking customers fishing at sightseeing at the age of 15, around his home in Maine. Ranked #1 Water Tour in St. Augustine by TripAdvisor.
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    298 Vilano Rd.
    Vilano, FL US
  • Beach Bowl
    For more than 50 years, bowlers have hurled balls down Beach Bowl's gleaming lanes, vying to topple over groups of unwitting pins. By day, the alleys host friendly matches and kids’ birthday parties, and by night, they light up for cosmic bowling with day-glo stripes. To bowl higher scores, competitors can lubricate their minds with cocktails from the Strike Zone Lounge, and fuel up between frames with hot and cold sandwiches and snacks at the snack bar. Afterward, players can overturn losing games with a rematch at the foosball or pool tables in the arcade.
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    818 Beach Blvd.
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US
  • CF Media
    At Jaxtoberfest, it's easy to eat bratwurst and drink beer casually—or competitively. The German-themed festival's brat-eating contest tests participants' stomach capacity, whereas the 5K Beer Run challengs runners to down brews at "chug stations" lining the race course. Revelers can also test their wits in games of oversize beer pong, beer barrel racing, and stein hoisting. Classic Bavarian music complements the games and food, providing an ideal backdrop for chicken dancing and polka. The family-friendly event also hosts fall-themed activities for kids, such as pumpkin bowling and pumpkin painting.
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    201 5th Ave North
    Jacksonville Beach, FL US

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