Bartram & C.R. 210

Offering parks, waterways, boating, golf, and a scenic drive.

With a northern border encompassing the businesses and developments along 210, Bartram extends from U.S. 1 on the east to the St. Johns River on the west.

This region is named for William Bartram, artist and naturalist in the 18th century whose book, Bartram’s Travels, has become a classic. The William Bartram Scenic Highway, SR 13, runs north and south next to the St. Johns River for 17 miles of ancient live oaks, scenic parks, and cultural destinations. Bartram is a growing region, sandwiched between Fruit Cove to the north and World Golf Area to the south. The area features open spaces, golf courses, and new developments.

There are many grocery stores, pharmacies, and medical quick care facilities along 210. For outdoor fun and natural beauty, visitors and locals enjoy golfing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, airboat rides, and numerous county parks. St. Johns County's Trout Creek Park, off S.R. 13, is 18 miles and about 30 minutes from the Plaza de la Constitución in Historic Downtown.

The photo is of Trout Creek, a tributary of the St. Johns River.

(904) 460-2495105 Nature Walk Parkway
A family-owned bagel store serving homemade cream cheese and NY style bagels.
(904) 531-518560 Shops Boulevard, Unit #80
A rustic American live fire concept kitchen that utilizes seasonal ingredients.
(386) 329-440410170-10310 Russell Sampson Rd.
An outdoor lover's dream place to view nature and wildlife.
(904) 826-15552245 County Rd 210
Local, family-friendly restaurant serving New York style pizza, calzones, and pasta.
(214) 232-3079254 Everest Lane Suite 2
Cherishing the importance of integrity for well-being while educating and healing clients
(904) 337-48564065 S.R. 13
Shade from live oaks, fishing piers, trails, and a picture-perfect sunset location.
(904) 495-42006550 S R 13 N
Visitors can explore the St. John's River and its tributaries, starting at Trout Creek for this fun family adventure.