We will be away January 16-22 and will not be scheduling tours during this time period.
Stepping through time in a coastal paradise
EcoMotion Tours invites you to explore the incomparable beauty, and intriguing plantation culture, within Fort George Island Park. Easily found off route A1A, the park is a must-see destination in Amelia Island and Jacksonville.
Fort George Island is free from development, retaining its wild, maritime forest, pristine shores, and centuries-old buildings from Sea Island cotton days. Kingsley Plantation is a rare, Spanish-colonial site, with much to explore.
More than a “walk in the park,” you’re sure to enjoy being escorted by professional guides who are eager to share wildlife sightings and the plantation’s past.
- Explore structures made of oysters from ancient Indian shell mounds
- Enjoy a saltwater Preserve teeming with birds, plants, and marine life
- Learn about turtle digs, Florida wildflowers, and Sea Island cotton.
- Discover how native villages and plantations thrived off land and sea
Tours average 1½ hours in length and are appropriate for all ages and activity levels. Call us to reserve your space. We are open every day, year-round. You can do the plantation tour, nature hike, or a combination of both!