Amelia Island is the southernmost island of the Sea Islands off the southeast coast. This 13 by 4-mile island has been inhabited for over 4,000 years and for half a year, in 1817, the island was a rogue pirate republic that was eventually crushed by a U.S. naval force - it was just one of the eight flags that have flown over the island.
TripCart is all over the South these days - we're planning on getting out our Northern Florida guide later this week. In the mean time you're welcome to check out another wonderful video from our friends at TurnHere. Featured below is Fernandina Beach, on Amelia Island, one of the last underdeveloped spots left in the Sunshine State. This guy jams on the harmonica -