Aquariums around Jacksonville, FL

Jacksonville. A city rich in history and character as it is in aquatic life, tourists, those visiting friends and family, and locals alike will not have to look far if searching for a diversity of aquatic species. In both the institutions and in the local lives of the people of Jacksonville, a deep appreciation of nature is apparent. Read on for some of our favorite aquarium and aquatic life experiences around J-Ville. 

Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens

The Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens has served Duval County and Northern Florida for over a century, inspiring and educating generations with a unique beauty and scope of operations including over 2,000 animals, 1,000 plant species, and myriad local and global conservation and education missions. This premier attraction for aquatic life and the values of wildlife is our first stop on our list and is unrivaled as an institution for the work it does. Some of the iconic aquatic species that reside here at the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens include the alligator snapping turtle, American alligator, Atlantic guitarfish, Asian small-clawed otter, Atlantic stingray, Caiman lizard, Caribbean flamingo, cownose stingray, Florida manatee, giant otter, and the Magellanic penguins. These and more live in a variety of immersive exhibits taking visitors near and far, through the Island of Komodo, Patagonia, the edge of the Amazon, and the local waters of Wild Florida. 

A number of experiences for groups of varying sizes, ages, and interests are also offered, such as touring the Zoo overnight, guided tours for groups of over 10 people, scout experiences, and a number of treks and animal Q&A sessions for families of all ages. There are also a number of dining and shopping options and famously curated gardens and footpaths for visitors who need to take a step aside for a moment.

Jacksonville Wildlife Sightseeing Opportunities

Another benefit to Jacksonville’s strategic location on the St. Johns River and the Atlantic Ocean is that you do not need to travel far to find an opportunity to witness Florida’s incredible wildlife. Aside from the cheeky intrusions into urban areas from sandhill cranes and the occasional menacing alligator, a number of tours for canoes, boats, and airboats are operated year-round in the Jacksonville area. We recommend the rare ride on a sun-drenched airboat through the green waters around Jacksonville to spy on alligators, manatees, and turtles for a true Florida experience. 

Agencies such as Dolphin & Gator Tours and a number of airboat agencies are operated by locals who truly know and cherish their surroundings, and are a great addition to any excursion on the way out of Jacksonville, whether to the beach, to St. Augustine, down to South Florida or on the way north to Georgia and South Carolina. Be sure to pick up local gear such as sun hats, beach towels, UV-proof clothing, sunblock, and plenty of water. The sun can be just as dangerous as what lurks in the river!

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5 Quirky Date Night Destinations in Jacksonville

Date night doesn’t have to be the same each time. While we all love cuddling up at the movies or trying new restaurants or embracing a bit of high culture at museums, every once in a while, date night needs to be shaken up. Each city has a hidden world of strange, quirky, and delightful things to do. Try any one of these on your next date night and embrace the weird, whimsical part of life.

Burnt Glassworks

Take a break from your dinner and movie dates to try something crafty and creative. At Burnt Glassworks you can watch and try one of the most magical, unique artforms – glassblowing. When signing up for a class you can learn to make an ornament, starfish, or paperweight. A visit to Burnt Glassworks can be especially great near the Holidays. You and your significant other can create handmade works of glass art. Or try the Date Night Double Deal where couples can make two cups together.  

Sweet Pete’s

If you’re a foodie or someone who enjoys gourmet sweets, then a trip to Sweet Pete’s is called for. But don’t just sample the goodies, take a candy-making class. There is no better way to become Willy Wonka for a day, then by signing up for the Truffle Class, or – even better – the Boozy Truffle class. Or, if chocolate isn’t your thing, you can also try the Taffy Class or Gummy Class. There is something for everyone and for everyone’s sweet tooth.

St. Augustine Alligator Farm

Alligators, Crocodiles, and Florida go hand-in-hand, but have you ever tried ziplining over waters filled with the creatures? At Crocodile Crossing at St Augustine Alligator Farm, you and your date can take the adventure of zip lining to a new level by adding the danger of soaring above alligators and crocodiles. The tour is a wonderful combination of athletic adventure and wildlife viewing. 

Hot Air Balloon Ride

Take an afternoon or early evening to float among the clouds, as if you are one yourself but you do so in a basket with a colorful balloon carrying you higher and higher. Air Adventures Hot Air Balloons rides are the most popular in the Jacksonville area. A hot air balloon ride is perfect for both romantic date nights and date nights out of the ordinary.

Amelia Island Horseback Riding

Many couples dream of romantic horse-back rides on the beach, but few places in the United States offer them. Just outside Jacksonville, on Amelia Island, couples can fulfill this dream. It is a wonderful, one-of-a-kind date night along the coast. You do not have to be an expert equestrian to enjoy a ride at Amelia Island. And if you are looking for an even more special, romantic date night, take a sunset tour.

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Our favourite ways to spend summer in Jacksonville, FL

Jacksonville, Florida. The largest city in North Florida, between Jacksonville, Duval County and neighbouring St. Augustine there truly is a wealth of history, culture and unique experiences for visitors. If you are visiting Jacksonville over the summer, read on for our favourite things to do in J-ville.

The Historic District of St. Augustine

While St. Augustine is technically just under an hour’s drive south of Jacksonville, the rich history and variety of things to do in this town cannot be passed up. As the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in North America, St.Augustine features a wealth of history visitors can quite literally walk through and experience, with the surviving architecture reflecting the city’s storied past and administration under several countries. In the city is historic Castillo de San Marcos, a Spanish colonial coastal fort, the Colonial Quarter, preserving the atmosphere of Colonial St. Augustine, Ponce de Leon’s famed Fountain of Youth, and Lincolnville, a community founded by freedmen after the Civil War. Also of note are the extravagant projects of tycoon Henry Flagler, the superstition of a large resident ghost population and the competitive local hot sauce industry. 

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens serve the Jacksonville metropolitan area with over two thousand varied residents, including the Western Lowland Gorilla, Southern White Rhinoceros, Siamang, Reticulated Giraffe, Mandrill, Malayan Tiger, Cheetahs, African Elephants and the Gentle Florida Manatee. Following a strong focus on conservation and maintaining an appropriate habitat for the animals, there is also several well-cultivated gardens mirroring several distinct ecosystems for the strolling pleasure of visitors. For an experience getting close and observing nature and a diversity of animals from around the world, come to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens.

Jacksonville Beach Fourth of July Fireworks

Celebrate the Fourth of July at the festive beach town of Jacksonville Beach! Enjoy Florida sun and beaches in a city reflecting North Florida culture, with the laid-back and beach-oriented personality of the community. Dine on local catches and celebrate the Fourth of July in shorts among the crowds and in that uniquely Florida combination of Caribbean, Beach and Southern influences. Live music, carnivals and food trucks come in full force for America’s birthday, so come to Jacksonville Beach!

Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament

Embrace Florida’s fishing heritage and attend the Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament. Whether you are just attending, renting a captain and their services or are an avid fisher yourself, the Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament is a great experience. You can try your hand at catching a Kingfish, or just enjoy the boatique and food festival. One of the highlights is the return to shore and the weighing of the catch, usually with Jacksonville flair and humour. Whether you want to dine on Florida festival fare, become acquainted with the fishing community of Jacksonville or just want to attend a community-oriented event, the Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament is good for all.

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5 Great Places to Have a Picnic in Jacksonville, FL

When the weather cooperates, we all love to get outside and explore the world around us. There is nothing more refreshing and soothing to the soul than a picnic in the sun, surrounded by the beauty of nature. Every city in the United States has incredible locations for picnicking. Below are 5 Great Places to Picnic in Jacksonville.

Jacksonville Arboretum and Gardens

120 acres of landscaped, curated and labeled plant life. This living museum is free to the public (though donations are encouraged) and shows nature at its most beautiful. There are rustic trails through the entire arboretum with pavilions, open fields, and docks overlooking a small lake.

Mandarin Park

Located on the Julington Creek just beyond Old Bull Bay, this park is known for its tranquility, beauty, and fantastic picnic areas. There are large pavilions and benches right beside the water. Playgrounds are nestled under the shade of trees and wooded trails for exploration are abundant. 

Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

Take a surf in the ocean or spend the morning fishing on the lake; hike along the trails or get a tan on the beach. Hanna Park is an excellent place for picnickers because there is something for everyone. Very few parks offer such diversity of plant life and natural views. I recommend finding a small, shaded cove along one of the lakes if you’re in the mood for a quiet, romantic picnic. A visit to Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park also makes for an excellent beach day and picnic by the ocean.

Oceanfront Park

Shaded picnic pavilions adorn this park, appropriately named “Oceanfront”. The entrance to the park features a beautiful, open lawn with several pieces of artwork and statues to enjoy on your way down to the beach. Then, its only a short boardwalk to the sand and waves. Much like Hanna Park, this park is perfect for beach picnics and is not too crowded.

Mom’s Park aka Yacht Basin Park

A true hidden gem in Jacksonville, this park is located on Willowbranch Creek and feels like a beautiful secret when you picnic here. The park was originally named after its neighbors, the Florida Yacht Club. It has existed since the early 1900s. In 2001 the park underwent renovation and Jim Overton, who contributed to the fund, placed a statue in memory of his mother – this statue is known as “Mom’s Statue” from which the park gets its second name. Willow trees cover the park and stone pathways through lush foliage lead you to a one-of-a-kind gazebo filled with colorful mosaic tiles. 

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Fun Summer Things To Do In Jacksonville, FL

Summer is finally here!  The kids are out of school, and backyard barbecues are taking place all over the nation.  After the year we had in 2020, and most people having chosen not to take a vacation, you can almost rest assured that families will be out in full force this year.

With this in mind, we thought we would offer a few great vacation ideas to help you plan, as well as some places that would be great for just a few days away.  We all need time to recharge and some well-deserved play in the sunshine.

Here are some of the best places to check out this summer!


1025 Museum Circle, Jacksonville, FL 32207

The Museum of Science & History (MOSH) inspires the joy of lifelong learning by bringing to life the sciences and regional history.  Jacksonville’s Museum of Science & History makes science, history, and innovation accessible for all! Whatever your age or interest, there’s always something to see and explore across three levels of exciting exhibits. From interactive, award-winning favorites like Currents of Time and Atlantic Tails to the Florida Naturalist’s Center, which houses animals that are native to Northeast Florida, there is something for all ages to discover. Indulge your imagination with a science or live animal show, or explore distant galaxies in one of our planetarium programs. When visiting Northeast Florida’s only science and history museum, there is no limit to what you can discover!

Little Talbot Island State Park

State Road A1A, Jacksonville, FL 32207

The park covers the entire 2,500-acre island. Big Talbot Island State Park lies to the immediate north. The park contains maritime forests, dunes, and salt marshes on the western side of the island. Wildlife includes river otters, marsh rabbits, bobcats, and a variety of native and migrating birds. Activities include camping, fishing, hiking, swimming, canoeing, nature watching, and surfing. Amenities include a full-facility campground, as well as a youth/group tent campground and beachside picnic pavilions. The park also has bathhouses, a small boat ramp, a nature trail, and a playground. Bicycles and canoes can be rented at the campground.

Fort Caroline

12713 Fort Caroline Road, Jacksonville, FL 32225

Fort Caroline was an attempted French colonial settlement in Florida, located on the banks of the St. Johns River in present-day Duval County. It was established under the leadership of René Goulaine de Laudonnière on June 22, 1564, as a new territorial claim in French Florida and a safe haven for Huguenots, who were being persecuted in France because they were Protestant rather than Catholic. The exact site of the former fort is unknown. However, in 1953 the National Park Service established the Fort Caroline National Memorial along the southern bank of the St. John’s River near the point that commemorates Laudonnière’s first landing.

Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

500 Wonderwood Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32233

Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park is a 1.5-mile public beach and city park in Jacksonville, Florida. It consists of 447 acres of a mature coastal hammock, which is increasingly rare along Florida’s heavily developed Atlantic coast.

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Things to Do for the Fourth of July in Jacksonville

Everyone’s favorite summer holiday is quickly approaching! Nothing says July 4th like BBQs, pool days, parades, and of course – fireworks! While last year most firework shows and celebrations had to be called off due to the pandemic, this year, some celebrations are able to return. Read on to see what’s happening around Jacksonville this Independence Day and gather up some ideas for your Fourth of July weekend.

Go to a Concert

The cover band Tru Gentlemen is giving a concert on July 4th, and you can celebrate by attending an all-day White Party (wear your best, sexy summer whites!). The party runs from 4 to 8 pm and when the band isn’t playing, live DJs will be “bringing the heat” on the turntables! There will also be free food and drink specials. COVID precautions are in effect and seating is limited, so get tickets soon!

Rent a Slingshot

These fun, speedy little cars are perfect for cruising around near the beaches. While city fireworks and festivities aren’t confirmed yet, renting one of these from Seaside Slingshots and then cruising the beaches to see what events and fireworks you find is a unique way to spend your Independence Day.

Boone Park

A laid-back day barbequing with family and friends is one of the best ways to spend the Fourth of July, and if you’re looking for a public park to host a BBQ, check out Boone Park which has plenty of shade for your picnic blanket, grills, and playgrounds for the kids.

St. Augustine

Take a field trip to America’s oldest city! St. Augustine is just 45 minutes away and is a fun place for a day trip or even a weekend getaway. They’re having a free 4th of July Celebration on Independence Day evening. Live music starts in the Plaza de Constitución at 6 pm and then fireworks over the bay at 9:30 pm. If you’re making a full day – or weekend – of it, some of the key attractions around town are:

·   Anastasia State Park – a wildlife sanctuary and great spot to enjoy outdoor activities.

·   Historic Spanish forts – both the Castillo de San Marcos and Fort Matanzas are National Parks sites.

·   St Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum – you can climb the tower and get a great view or come after hours on a ghost tour.

Atlantic Beach

Cooling off at the beach is the perfect way to spend a sweltering Fourth of July, and Jacksonville’s location near the Atlantic Ocean has plenty of options for a nice beach day. One of your best options is heading about 30 minutes to the town of Atlantic Beach which has miles and miles of laid-back beaches. The Wide Beach is great for kayakers, sunbathers, and cyclists while Hannah Park is a go-to spot for shell-hunting or taking a break in the shade on a hiking trail. You’ll get a nice dose of history here, too, as it’s believed to be the location of North America’s first year-round Native American settlement and had an important railroad depot in the 1800s.

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Arboretums and Botanical Gardens to Visit in Jacksonville

When considering a vacation, or even just a day out with the family, why not consider visiting a local arboretum or botanical garden?  You can enjoy a delightful getaway with a visit to one of these beautiful gateways to all that nature has to offer.

Arboretums and botanical gardens work to promote common respect and educate with a drive towards an appreciation of the world of gardening and the insects that work to pollinate our plants and flowers. 

These nature monuments are just waiting to be discovered and welcome all visitors for a day of tranquility, enjoying their peaceful beauty.  Make sure to check out one of the arboretums or botanical gardens listed below.

Jacksonville Arboretum and Gardens

1445 Millcoe Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32225

Our gardens and trails provide a place where you can find peace and connect with nature.

Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

829 Riverside Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32204

Arts, gardens, and education converge to create meaningful personal experiences and open a world of new possibilities. We honor our rich history, embrace the energy of our time, and commit to a vibrant future through the advancement of resources to grow and deepen our mission.

Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens

370 Zoo Pkwy, Jacksonville, FL 32218

Escape to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens for the only walking safari in Northeast Florida. Discover the earth’s wildlife through interactive and educational experiences. A true family adventure, the Jacksonville Zoo, and Gardens is changing daily and is dedicated to consistently improving. With recent updates to Land of the Tiger and African Forest, the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens is quickly becoming a world-class establishment. Whether you are a visitor to Florida’s First Coast or a lifetime resident, we invite you to experience the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens through interactions with people, wildlife, and the environment.

Kanapaha Botanical Gardens

4700 SW 58th Dr, Gainesville, FL 32608

Kanapaha Botanical Gardens (Gainesville, Florida) is a 68-acre facility comprised of 24 major collections visually accessible from a 1 ½ mile paved walkway. These include the state’s largest public display of bamboos and the largest herb garden in the Southeast. 

Wilmot Gardens

2023 Mowry Rd, Gainesville, FL 32611

Wilmot Botanical Gardens is located in the heart of the Southeast’s largest academic health center, providing a peaceful and verdant respite for patients, faculty, staff, and the public. In addition, the gardens are dedicated to advancing patient care, research, and service through its vibrant and growing therapeutic horticulture program.

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Things to Do for Mother’s Day in Jacksonville

Mother’s Day is coming up next month! The moms in our lives work so hard and give so much, so it’s important to take a day to make them feel special. Whether you’re celebrating your own mother, a step-mother, the mother of your children, or a friend who is a mom, here are some ideas of wonderful things to do with her.

Town Hall

Since Mother’s Day always falls on a Sunday, it’s traditional for many people to take their mom out for brunch. This is always a winning idea, and in Jacksonville, there’s no better place for brunch than Town Hall! They have a lengthy list of cocktails ($5 mimosa anyone?) in addition to all sorts of yummy brunch foods. Unique options include smoked salmon toast, spinach and ricotta omelet, pimento cheese grits, and cauliflower steak!

Lakeside Park

May is the beginning of picnic season! The weather is warming up, trees and flowers are blooming, and outdoor celebrations are a safe option during COVID-19. A great place to take your mom for a picnic locally is Stockton Park. Located on the bank of the St Johns River, the park is a lovely spot to relax with a view. It comes equipped with picnic tables, benches, and a canopy. After you eat, you can take a stroll past the nearby historic mansions on Ortega Boulevard.

Batt Family Fun Center

Does the mom in your life still have young kids and you need to plan a day the whole family can enjoy?  Then you need to head to Batt Family Fun Center. Activities abound, so you’re bound to find something that pleases everyone! For instance, you could try Xtreme Bowling, with glow-in-the-dark lanes, loud music, and fog machines. They also offer Krazie Golf, a glow-in-the-dark miniature golf experience. There’s an arcade and billiards, or, you could even play a round of laser tag for the ultimate throwback!

Sweet Pete’s Candy

Chances are, you begged your mom for a lot of candy over the years of your childhood. Well, now is your chance to return the favor at Sweet Pete’s. This historic mansion offers thousands of varieties of candies (try the famous sea salt caramel!) made by 30-year veteran candymaker, Sweet Pete. You can book a candy-making class either on-location or virtually. You can also choose from one of their party packages like “After Hours Candy Bash” and “Grown Ups Can Party, Too.” To make a day of it, and combat the sugar rush, make reservations in their in-house restaurant, 10/6 Grille.

Black Sheep Restaurant

If your mom is more of the traditional type, you might want to treat her to a classy night out. Consider Black Sheep Restaurant in the historic Five Points district. The majority of ingredients for their award-winning food come from local farmers and makers, so you know what you’ll be eating is fresh. They have a rooftop bar and lounge with awesome views, as well as great brunch options if you feel like meeting earlier in the day.

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Best Car Washes in Jacksonville, Florida

If you’re looking for a place to wash your car and get the best service for your money, we have a few great suggestions for you in the city of Jacksonville, Florida. It doesn’t matter if it’s your own car or a rental car, clean or dirty, old or new, whether you’re on vacation or close to home, these car washes and detailers are guaranteed to make your vehicle look like a million bucks. These guys have seen it all. Don’t be afraid to show up with your cookie crumbs, your beach sand, or your toddler’s fast-food mess into the shop. You’ll be amazed at your car’s transformation! Let’s take a closer look at what car washes Jacksonville has to offer.

First, we recommend On the Spot Jax. This shop offers a whole host of different packages from which to choose for your vehicle from a car wash to detailing, to mobile detailing if you can’t make it to the shop. You might also enjoy their fleet detailing or window tinting. They’ll also wrap your car in vinyl. They can repair leather and upholstery and offer ceramic coating. They service vehicles of all kinds, from sedans to minivans, full-sized vans to trucks and SUV’s, come on down and get your estimate today.

Second, we suggest Jax Pro Detailing. This shop has four detailing packages to choose from, including the deluxe detail, the gold package detail, the platinum detail, and the super platinum detail. Each package offers more things and gets more expensive as well. You can even add on extra services, such as exterior wash, clay bar, or wax, deep interior cleans, headlight restoration, or engine detailing. You might also enjoy their odor treatment or perhaps order new pinstripes for your ride. Whatever your service, call or go online to get an estimate and book your appointment.

Finally, Able Detailing might just be what you’re looking for. With a name like Able Detailing, the question is not what do they detail, but what don’t they detail? This shop can handle it all, from sedans to vans, minivans to SUV’s, trucks to semis, huge RV’s to boats, airplanes, to heavy equipment, even fleet detailing! This is your one-stop shop for whatever you need to clean, no questions asked. Of course pricing fluctuates depending on the size and scope of your vehicle, so you’ll need to bring your vehicle in for an estimate. Their services include vacuuming, dusting, tire shine, clean rims, Rain-X, carpet shampoo, and clean and condition leather seats.

If you’re on a time crunch and looking for a quick drive through car wash in Atlanta, you’ll find what you’re looking for at Clean Car Car Wash on Cassat Ave., Self Service Car Wash on Powers Ave., or Zips Car Wash on Dunn Ave. In a pinch, these drive through car washes will help keep you looking good until you can get that detailing done.

Wherever you decide to go, your car will be well taken care of. In the great city of Jacksonville, Florida, you’ll find detailers who truly care about their work and, most importantly, your car. With our recommendations, you’ll be in excellent hands.

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Pet-Friendly Hotels Around Jacksonville

Those of us with pets know it can be hard to travel. You have to arrange for a pet sitter, spend extra money paying them, stock up on food and supplies before you leave, and deal with guilt for leaving your furry friend behind.

One solution that works well for easy-going or adventurous is bringing them along with you! So, if you’re planning a trip to Jacksonville and want to (or have to) bring your fur baby along for the ride, you’ll need accommodations that are pet-friendly. To give you a jumpstart, we’ve analyzed a few of the very best hotels and B&Bs in Jacksonville that accept pets. All are highly rated and we’ve included a variety of options from budget-friendly to luxurious. Read on and choose the one that best serves your needs!

Hotel Indigo Jacksonville-Deerwood Park

If you’re looking for the cool factor, look no further than Hotel Indigo. This boutique hotel is infused with style and tons of local color. The hotel’s goal is to give you the feeling of being on a coastal Florida retreat, and they achieve it with spa-inspired bathrooms, Aveda products, local and seasonal cuisine at their onsite restaurant, and an outdoor pool and hot tub. The rooms are unique and hip, with hardwood floors and murals. Other amenities in the hotel include a fitness studio and a beautiful lakefront setting that’s perfect for walking your dog. Hotel Indigo thinks pets are PAW-some and charges one $50 pet fee per stay.

Airbnb – Traveler’s Oasis

If you like doing your own thing, you should rent the Traveler’s Oasis Guesthouse, where you and your pet will have private access to the whole place! This includes free street parking, Wi-Fi, and a kitchenette with mini-fridge, microwave, toaster oven, and coffee maker. This studio-style Airbnb is stylishly decorated and cozy, but where it really shines is the outdoor space. There’s a fenced-in yard that’s perfect for pets and you’ll enjoy hanging out in the yard, too, due to the koi pond, fire pit, grill, and adorable patio. The host, Nathan, is an experienced Airbnb Superhost and has earned fantastic reviews for his hospitality, the super cute space, and the convenient, walkable location.

The Riverdale Inn

Whether you’re traveling for work or pleasure, chances are you’ll be cramming a lot into your days. If you want a quiet and relaxing place to stay, book a room at The Riverdale Inn. The hosts make it their goal to take the very best care of you, with breakfast each morning and personalized service. Other pluses include individually decorated rooms with private bathrooms, refrigerators, and Keurig machines, a self-serve bar on the ground floor, and onsite parking (including Tesla charging stations). You can feel good about staying here, especially during these tough economic times, because you’ll be supporting a family-owned business! The owners love furry friends but request that you contact the front desk before booking to make sure your pet would be a good fit at the Inn.

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