Ribault Inn Club

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Ribault Inn Club
Fort George Island SP Ribault Club07.jpg
Ribault Inn Club is located in Florida
Ribault Inn Club
Location Jacksonville, Florida, USA
Coordinates 30°25′36″N 81°25′27″W / 30.42667°N 81.42417°W / 30.42667; -81.42417Coordinates: 30°25′36″N 81°25′27″W / 30.42667°N 81.42417°W / 30.42667; -81.42417
Architectural style Colonial Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 00000470[1]
Added to NRHP May 11, 2000

The Ribault Inn Club is a historic building on Fort George Island near Jacksonville, Florida. It is now home to the Fort George Island Visitor Center. The building was designed in a Colonial Revival architecture style and is credited to Maurice Fatio and Mellen Clark Greeley.[2] It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on May 11, 2000 and is located on Fort George Road. It was built in 1928 for winter recreation and is considered a legacy of Fort George Island's resort era. Winter recreational opportunities included golf, tennis, hunting, fishing, and yachting.[3] The building is listed as a Historic Landmark by the City of Jacksonville.[4] It became part of the Fort George Island Cultural State Park in 1989.[3]

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