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Your Guide to Jacksonville Beach

Jacksonville Beach moving companies are thrilled that you have decided to move to the Sunshine State. However, you may be wondering where you should go for dinner, where you should take your children for weekend fun, and where you should lodge your visiting guests. All My Sons Moving & Storage Jacksonville Beach has been moving families to and from the beach for over 20 years. With two decades of experience, and being Jacksonville Beach locals ourselves, we know the best of the best that Jacksonville Beach has to offer. For that reason, check out this list that we compiled based off of online ratings, reviews, and of course, our personal recommendations!

Best Restaurants near Jacksonville Beach:

TacoLu Baja Mexicana

Elven South


Salt Life Food Shack

Dwight’s Mediterranean Style

European Street Café

Angie’s Subs at Jax Beach

Marker 32

Top Things to Do in Jacksonville Beach:

Beachside Buggies

Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier

Surfing, Windsurfing, Kitesurfing

Adventure Landing

Players By-The-Sea Theatre

Fishing Charters

Beaches Museum & History Park

J. Johnson Gallery


Shopping in Jacksonville Beach:

South Beach Regional Shopping Center

Jax Beach Surf Shop

Sunrise Surf Shop


Caribbean Connection


Visitor Lodging in Jacksonville Beach:

Four Points by Sheraton Beachfront

Courtyard Jacksonville Beach Oceanfront

Hampton Inn Jacksonville Beach

Casa Marina Hotel and Restaurant

The Suites at La Palmeraie

Seawalk Hotel and Spa

Fig Tree Inn Bed and Breakfast

Best Schools in Jacksonville Beach:

Red School House

Jacksonville Beach Elementary School

Fletcher Middle School

Duncan U. Fletcher High School

Whether you are moving to Jacksonville Beach from nearby or out-of-state, All My Sons Moving & Storage wants you and your family to be as comfortable as possible here on the beach, and that means having plenty of resources. Other local, popular destinations near the city are: Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park, Huguenot Memorial Park that is across from the St. Johns River Ferry toward Amelia Island, Kingsley Plantation, Amelia Island Museum of History, and Fort Clinch State Park.

You will never regret joining the largest city in the state of Florida in terms of population, after Jacksonville Beach movers help move you in. Centered on the banks of the St. Johns River and along the Atlantic coast, there is no shortage of scenery here in Jacksonville Beach. Have you ever wished to “be in two places at once”? After you move to Jacksonville Beach, take a short 25 mile trip north to Georgia and straddle the state line! All the Jacksonvillians have done it, and it can be a fun thing to do with your family in order to get to know Jacksonville a little better.