St. Augustine Area Information for Seniors:
"The nation's oldest city"
Fort Matanzas - Built 1740-1742 Spanish Fort Castillo de San Marcos 1672-1695 - Oldest stone fort in U.S.
Spanish Quarter Village
Fountain of Youth Discovery Park
Mission of Nombres de Dios
St. John's Community College
Boating at the many marinas
Fishing and water sports
Beaches - 43 miles of beaches - shell hunting
Jacksonville, Orlando and Daytona Airports
Brooks Outpatient Rehabilitation
St. John's County Coastal Community Center, 179 marine St.
St. Augustine Family YMCA - Fitness programs and activities for over 55. 500 Pope Rd 32080
St. John's County Public Libraries
St. John's Community College Library
St. Augustine Library
Condominiums, hotels, more than 30 bed and breakfast inns, motels
St. Augustine Premium Outlets on outskirts
New Mall: Cobblestone Village
Over 50 throughout area from small and quaint to large and elegant
Founded Aug. 28, 1565, the Feast of St. Augustine and 55 years before pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock
In 1885 Henry Flagler saw the potential of St. Augustine as a resort and playground for the rich Northerners. He was a cofounder of the Standard Oil Company with John Rockefeller. He constructed 2 landmark hotels, the Alcazar and Ponce de Leon.
Anastasia Island and Anastasia State Recreation Area.
Every part of St. Augustine can be reached by auto within ten minutes.
Ocean-front condos, gated communities and single family homes