Looking for that luxurious oceanfront getaway this summer that doesn't burn a lot of gas? Then Elizabeth Pointe Lodge's Park & Pedal is the getaway for you. Located on beautiful Amelia Island, "The Pointe" provides everything you want in an oceanfront destination plus a few options that make vacationing during the season of high gas prices a breeze. The Park and Pedal Package includes
- Three nights accommodation
- Oceanfront breakfast each morning
- picnic lunch for two each day
- Complimentary bikes available for your use each day
Tariff $1,308.00 Oceanfront King Superior (based on double occupancy)
** Lower rates are available for Sunday through Thursday visits or for reserving one of our Sunset rooms.
Amelia Island is just 13 miles long and 1.5 miles wide, so park your car and take advantage of being able to walk, hike or bike just about everywhere you want to go. Your Arrival Evening begins with a tall refreshing glass of lemonade on Elizabeth Pointe Lodge's wraparound porch. Just settle in one of the rocking chairs and enjoy the ocean view. Social hour is from 6 to 7PM each evening with wine and hors d'oeuvres. Come meet other guests and staff who can help you decide among the island's fabulous restaurants. After dinner, there's always stargazing from the porch or have the stress melt away in your private oversized soaking tub (some with Jacuzzi jets). Room service is available around the clock for that 'good night' dessert.
Day Two adventure begins after breakfast in the Elizabeth Pointe Lodge oceanfront dining room. Pick up your picnic lunch and begin a self-guided bike tour around the island. There's bird watching, a visit to Fort Clinch State Park manned with characters in period Civil War costume, or head over to the island's historic Seaport of Fernandina. There are over 400 Victorian Era structures to see along with great shopping. Take an afternoon boat tour on Amelia River Cruises or perhaps a horse drawn carriage ride to hear the stories of the past owners in the seaport's Silk Stocking District.
Venture further on Day Three to the Talbot Islands State Park, just south of Amelia Island. Stop by Kayak Amelia to participate in a paddling adventure on the Intracoastal Waterway or head further south to Fort George Island for a tour of the historic Ribault Club. Eco Motion Tours offers electric-powered Segway tours of the area including historic Kingsley Plantation which dates back to 1814.
For more information about Park & Pedal or other vacation packages, call us at (800) 772-3359 or (904) 277-4851. Elizabeth Pointe Lodge is a member of the Select Registry of Distinguished Inns and has received and A+ rating from Florida Bed & Breakfast Inns Association.