St. Johns County Beaches
|Sea turtle nesting season - May 1 to October 31|
St. Johns County Accepting Beach Toll Attendant Applications – St. Johns County will begin accepting Beach Toll Attendant applications between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. on January 6, 8, & 10. Those interested in this seasonal position are encouraged to visit the Beach Services Office, 901 Pope Rd., St. Augustine, to obtain and complete an application. The season will begin in March and end the last weekend in October, with orientation and training in February. Toll attendants will be responsible for selling vehicle beach access passes and providing customer service for St. Johns County beach visitors. For more information, please contact Danielle Fountain at email@example.com or 904.209.0752.
2020 Beach Driving Passes On Sale Now – St. Johns County Beach Driving Passes are on sale and make great stocking stuffers for the holiday season. St. Johns County resident passes are $50, non-resident passes are $100, and handicap passes are $40. Passes will be available during normal business hours at various locations. Beach Driving Passes
Mickler's Landing Beachfront Park Update – The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners voted today to review the current agreement regarding the use of Mickler's Landing Beachfront Park for construction activity to identify a means in which to provide additional public access for the duration of the project. In response, St. Johns County Administration is exploring options that will open the park while also preserving public safety and minimizing pedestrian beach traffic intermingling with construction activity. As a safe solution may take a few days to identify and implement, please continue to visit www.sjcfl.us and St. Johns County social media for updates. For additional information regarding this project, please call 904.209.0322.
Reach the Beach Mobile App – Spend less time in the car and more time on the beach with quick access to beach driving conditions, access and facility locations, and lifeguard information. Download the free app in the App Store or Google Play. For more information, call 904.209.0331. Reach the Beach Mobile App.
Beach Wheelchairs – To help make our beaches more accessible, beach wheelchairs are available at no charge, on a first come first serve basis. Please note that three days advance notifice is required to reserve a wheelchair. To make a reservation, please call contact Cathy Strickland (904) 209-0341.
Current Beach Conditions – Automated information which is updated as conditions change (904) 209-0331.
During Sea Turtle Nesting Season (May 1-October 31), get the latest sea turtle nesting & hatching info! Turtle Tracks.
- Interactive Map of Beach Access Points | PDF Map of Beach Access Points
- Beach Access Updates on Twitter & Facebook
With over 40 miles of scenic coastline, St. Johns County beaches offer some of the best recreational and wildlife viewing opportunities in the beautiful State of Florida. Just minutes from the historic district of downtown St. Augustine residents and visitors can park off-beach and walk, sunbathe, fish or enjoy wildlife viewing along endless miles of pristine coastline or park directly on the sand and enjoy a dip in the surf near one of the several staffed lifeguard towers.
Our beaches have several miles of coquina and white soft sand beaches set against a backdrop of natural dunes topped with sea oats. Our Beaches are a popular location to hold special events such as weddings, parties, marathons and other events of similar nature. St. Johns County offers many beach front parks and has easy access to most of its beaches.
St. Johns County is home to a variety of wildlife including several species of endangered or threatened sea turtles, the native Anastasia Island beach mice, gopher tortoises, and shorebirds. Each spring our beaches our buzzing with activity as sea turtles, beach mice, gopher tortoises, and shorebirds use our beaches and dunes for nesting and foraging that continues throughout the summer months. Sea turtle nesting season is from May 1 – October 31. Those who live and visit St. Johns County have a special opportunity and responsibility to protect these magnificent creatures and their vulnerable nesting and feeding habitat.
For more information about our beautiful beaches, contact Beach Services at (904) 209-0341.