The Bartram region offers parks, waterways, boating, and golf.
With a northern border to encompass 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 St. Johns River, for 17 miles of ancient live oaks, scenic parks, and cultural destinations. Bartram is a growing region, sandwiched between the Fruit Cove to the north and World Golf Area to the south, Bartram is a region with open spaces, golf courses, and new developments.
With a large selection of beer on tap, weekly live music, and a full menu, TAPS Bar & Grill offers a popular spot to dine and relax. Some of their popular menu items include bugers, wings, tacos, and hand-helds.
Tropical Smoothie specialized in healthy, made-to-order meals. Smoothies, flatbreads, wraps, and bowls are some of Tropical Smoothie's popular menu items. A fast-casual restaurant that offers dine-in and to-go ordering on a daily basis.
Trout Creek Park Pavilion is a venue space run by the St. Johns County Parks and Recreation Department. It's situated on the Trout Creek which feeds into the St. Johns River, and is often utilized by the Council on Aging.