Neptune Beach Community Celebration
West End Once Served As Mecca for Bathers

Alameda's 19th-century denizens found plenty of places to recreate. Parks abounded, among them Hermann Bremer's Schutzen Park along the bayshore between Prospect and McPherson streets (today's Eighth and Ninth streets); Conrad Stolze's Alameda Garden down Prospect Street

Get Up Close with Neptune Beach History

Alameda was once home to the Coney Island of the West. Neptune Beach with its rides, beach and swimming pool attracted vistors from all over the country.