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Jacksonville was known as Cowford until 1822 because cattle were transported across the St. John's River.
Weighing in at over 800 square miles, Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental United States by land mass. Population-wise, it is the 14th largest city in the US and the largest city in Florida.
Love parks? Jacksonville has the largest urban park system in the US with over 80,000 acres devoted to parks and community areas.
Your’re in good company here! Bestselling author John Grisham stays in Jacksonville frequently, usually in the One Ocean Resort in Jacksonville Beach. The former Inn was featured in his novel The Brethren, along with Pete's Bar, a local establishment that has been in business for more than 75 years! Jacksonville is well known as the birthplace of the Southern rock group Lynyrd Skynyrd, but it's also produced several other notable performers, including Limp Bizkit and Red Jump Suit Apparatus. The annual Jacksonville Jazz Festival is the second-largest jazz festival in the US. The festival began in 1980. Over the years, performers such as Miles Davis and Tony Bennett have highlighted the event. In 2011, the headliner is Natalie Cole, daughter of Nat King Cole. Elvis Presley performed his first indoor concert at the historic Florida Theatre in 1957. Presley's show was monitored by a judge to ensure his hip shaking didn't get too racy. The King stayed in the Crowne Plaza while in Jacksonville.
Love sports? Jacksonville is home to the US's oldest skate park, Kona Skatepark in Arlington. Before becoming famous, Tony Hawk competed at the venue. The city is the smallest television market in the US to host an NFL team, the Jaguars. We have baseball, hockey, small arena football, rollerblade teams and the best water and weather for any water sport!
Speaking of water, we have LOTS! Beaches, lakes, rivers, inlet – whatever “floats your boat”! Getting around all that water will result in lots of bridges and we have 7! The Dames Point Bridge, which connects Downtown to the Arlington area, is the largest concrete cable-supported bridge in the world.
And let’s not forget those that keep us free. We have Mayport and NAS Jax right here. The former Cecil Field is now Cecil Commerce Center. An equestrian center is just down the street.
Jacksonville can offer you anything that interests you, so what are you waiting for?