Holly Point Park and Boat Ramp

Holly Point Park and Boat Ramp  is off-island. Although not an “Amelia Island” ramp, it gives you access to much of the same water, but south, without having to run in you boat from one of the northern ramps. This ramp also puts you directly into the marsh with no swift currents to deal with. Great for kayakers. Travel west on S.R. 200 (A-1-A) leaving the island. From the bridge, go 1.7 miles to the intersection of S.R. 200 and C.R. 107.  Turn left and travel South on C.R. 107, also known as Old Nassauville Road for 5.4 miles to Winterberry Avenue.  Turn left and go .1 mile to the Holley Pointe Park and Boat Ramp at 3336 Winterberry Ave
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. Total driving distance from Amelia Island is 7.2 miles.

This is a Nassau County facility.  Single Lane paved ramp with lighted parking and ramp. The floating dock can accommodate 2 boats. There are restrooms and a covered pavilion and covered picnic  tables. There is handicapped access too the dock and picnic area. Approximately 20 paved vehicle/trailer parking spaces. There is no launch or parking fee.

Access to Christopher Creek, Nassau River, Pumpkin Hill Creek, Horsehead marshes, and the ocean.

Notes to be aware of:  very easy to launch here into a slow moving Christopher Creek. But the creek can be shallow in spots so be careful if you have a large boat – the deep water is usually on the outside bends.

Christopher Creek looking east to Nassau River
Picnic shelters and restrooms