Thrifty Car Rental –Jacksonville (JAX)
2400 Yankee Clipper Road
Jacksonville, FL 32218
Vacation along the Atlantic in your Jacksonville rental car
The “River City by the Sea” is unique in that it has both Atlantic beaches and winding rivers allowing for plenty of ways to get out on the water. Jacksonville perfectly blends Florida’s leisurely attitude with a buzzing urban scene to provide a vacation destination in your rental car, perfect for anyone.
Enjoy the culture
The arts and culture scene in Jacksonville has gone through a boom in the past few years, and it continues to grow. Travelers can catch a showing at one of the many independent galleries downtown, attend a symphonic event, take in a Broadway production or attend a world-class festival. The city also hosts ArtWalk, the Riverside Arts Market, and other festivals year-around attraction locals and visitors interested in a variety of cultural themes. Check the city’s calendar of events for this year’s specifics.
Explore the waterways
From the glistening St. Johns River to the Intracoastal Waterway to the Atlantic Ocean, Jacksonville is a city bound by aquatic resources. Drive your Jacksonville car rental to the St. Johns River, drive aboard the St. Johns River Ferry - it's one of the only remaining car ferries in Florida - and visit Fort George Island. If you'd rather park your Jacksonville rental car and explore nature a little closer to the action, you can venture on an eco-kayak tour, cast a line inshore or offshore, or just enjoy the beauty of the beach - while laying in a lounge chair.
Take a swing
Jacksonville is in Florida after all, so of course there are plenty of opportunities for the state’s favorite pastime, golf! The championship 18-hole course, Windsor Parke Golf Club, and the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass in nearby Ponte Vedra Beach both offer travelers a unique experience on the green. Drive your Jacksonville car rental to the Stadium Course, where you can test your golfing limits. Ranked as the No.1 "Best Course You Can Play in the State of Florida" by Golfweek magazine, the Stadium Course is best known for its 17th hole, which sits on an island.