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Waterside Beauty at Walker’s Landing

Romantic, Rustic and Historic

Walker’s Landing is both an extraordinarily beautiful place to engage with nature and an exceptional location for private celebrations. Looking west over an expanse of salt marsh, it is an ideal spot to begin a kayak trip along the tidal creek toward the Amelia River and Intracoastal Waterway. It’s also home to a coveted wedding venue, luring couples eager to exchange vows amidst its forested beauty. These amenities have made Walker’s Landing famous on Amelia Island, but there are also many other reasons to love it.

At Walker’s Landing, AIP residents can enjoy a picnic area with grills, as well as a dock and fishing areas. The newly renovated boat ramp can accommodate boats up to 20 feet, and the storage racks have 160 slips available to residents to store their kayaks and canoes.

Winding trails offer views of the salt marsh from land and lead you to the Indian Mound, a burial site and a sacred location in the Timucuan Indian Heritage. Excavations have revealed that ancestors of this society lived on Amelia Island as far back as 3500 B.C.

Soak up sunset views from the deck surrounding the lodge-style building and from the adjacent dock. Just bring your camera or someone to share the view with you and watch the warm colors melt into the sky.

Step indoors and you can see what makes it a picture-perfect event venue, such as hardwood floors, wooden beams, a fieldstone fireplace and an expanse of windows surrounding the perimeter.

Walker’s Landing is available for rent only by AIP residential and commercial property owners. The facility is not available for rental by the general public.