Little Talbot Trails Professional Review and Guide
"Five miles of wide sandy beach are the main attraction on this 2,500-acre park bordered by the Fort George River, the Atlantic, and Nassau Sound— the only inlet in northeast Florida that remains unaltered. This is an excellent fishing area for striped bass, seatrout, bluefish, redfish, flounder, sheepshead and whiting.
The salt marshes facing the mainland are little disturbed and offer a good area for nature study. River otters, bobcats, and marsh rabbits all live on Little Talbot. The protected inner dune swales at the southern end of the island with their cabbage palms, slash pines, and pond willows are good places to watch for migrating birds feeding in spring and fall. The maritime forest of live oak, Southern magnolia, and American holly is perhaps the lushest part of the island. Special Attractions: Canoeing, fishing, surfing and swimming."