Great Things to do in Fernandina Beach

3 Rainy Day Things to do in Fernandina Beach

One of the things that make Fernandina Beach such an outstanding place to live is the year-round sunshine and mild weather. But, even in paradise, it still rains on occasion. The good news is that the many fun and fascinating things to enjoy in this area don’t go away when there are clouds in the sky. Here’s a look at just a few of the activities that residents can enjoy, no matter what the weather is like.

Rainy Day Activities at Fernandina Beach

  1. EXERCISE. Club 14 Fitness offers cutting-edge exercise equipment and classes taught by highly-trained, enthusiastic instructors. Features include state-of-the-art strength training machines, a fully-equipped free weights room, a spacious group fitness facility, and two cardio studios. Services also include child care, a juice bar, a sauna room, and tanning beds. At Club 14 you can get the body you’ve always wanted while having the time of your life.
  2. SHOPPING. What would a great place to call home be without plenty of shopping venues? That’s exactly what you’ll find at the Shops of Amelia Island Plantation. Whether you’re in search of apparel, home furnishings, footwear, sports equipment, or specialty items, you’ll have your pick of thousands of products from major manufacturers, as well as one-of-a-kind items found nowhere else on earth.
  3. A DAY AT THE SPA. After all that exercising and working out, what could be better than enjoying some world-class pampering? The Spa at Ritz-Carlton can lavish you with wraps, massages, manicures, pedicures, facials, and romantic encounters ideal for couples. You’ll also find a number of other top-quality spas and beauty-related products and services in and around Fernandina Beach.

Of course, the greatest luxury of all is a well-built home that keeps you and your family in comfort and safety every day of the year. That’s why we invite you to browse our extensive selection of choice properties for sale. We look forward to welcoming you as our friends and neighbors here in this beautiful part of the Sunshine State.