1. Airport

    Find out more about the Palatka Municipal Airport.

  2. Golf Course

    Read about the Palatka Golf Club and schedule a tee time, apply for membership, and more.

  3. Parks

    Learn about the parks, facilities, and trails of the City of Palatka.

  4. Skydive Palatka

    Skydive Palatka is a full-service skydiving training center and a USPA group member drop zone located in north Florida.

  5. Bronson-Mulholland House

    The Bronson-Mulholland House is a stunningly furnished antebellum home sitting on acres of greenspace overhung with live oaks and magnolias. Owned by the City of Palatka, it is available for touring Thursday-Monday as well as rental for weddings and other events. Also known as the Judge Isaac H. Bronson House and as Sunny Point, it is an historic site located at 100 Madison Street, in Palatka, Florida. Sunny Point was built in 1854. On December 27, 1972, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The Bronson-Mulholland House site of the annual "Occupation of Palatka 1864: Civil War Living History Event" the last Friday and Saturday in September. Every year, Civil War re-enactors gather on the green in front of the house to recreate the Union Occupation of Palatka in 1864. The event includes firing and cannon demonstrations, military drills, camp life with soldiers, and Civil War Era kids games. Open to the public! Call 386-329-0140.

    1. Bronson Era 1854 - 1860

    2. Civil War Era 1861 - 1865

    3. White Era 1866 - 1904

    4. Mulholland Era 1904 - 1945

    5. Post War Era 1945 - 1977

    6. Restoration Era 1977 - Present

      Restoration Era 1977 - Present

    7. Historic Images

    8. Reservations and Events

    9. Exterior Gallery

    10. First Floor Gallery

    11. Second Floor Gallery

    12. About Palatka

  6. Palatka Water Works

    From 1886 to 1996 the Palatka Water Works provided up to one million gallons a day to the City of Palatka. Today, it houses the Water Works Environmental Education Center and is open to the public every Wednesday (from 8:00a.m. – noon) and the 1st Sunday afternoon of each month (1:30p.m.—5p.m.) with volunteers from the Water Works Advisory Group available at the WW Building to answer questions and conduct educational events and tours.

    1. History

    2. Organic Garden

    3. About Us

    4. History Part 1

    5. History Part 2

    6. Wetlands Restoration

  7. St. Johns River Center

    1. Curriculum Units

    2. Meeting Room

    3. Roof Top Deck