Jacksonville, Florida is the largest city by landmass in the contiguous United States. She is 800 square miles and hosts a population of nearly one and a half million.
One of the many elements that make Jacksonville unique are the size and overall number of public parks and spaces in the city. From Pope Duval Park on the far western edge of town to Jax Beach on the Atlantic coast, from the National Cemetery on the northern boundary to the public docks in Mandarin, Jacksonville has prime destinations of those seeking to stretch a buck.
The staycationer in Northeast Florida has some of the best natural scenery, artistic environments and culinary fairs in the country. A visit to any of the fine destinations listed on this site are sure to please the financially conscious.