Here is a list of all the beautiful parks in Flagler County and they are all Free to the public.
BINGS LANDING COUNTY PARK
5862 NORTH OCEANSHORE BLVD. PALM COAST FL. 32137
Located in the Hammock on the west side of State Road A1A, Bing’s Landing lies along the Intracoastal Waterway.
The eight-acre park is located within a maritime oak hammock. The park houses a state-of-the-art boat launch, fishing pier, picnic area, playground, hiking trails accommodations for canoeing and kayaking restrooms on site.
115 MALACOMPRA ROAD, PALM COAST FL. 32137
MalaCompra Park is a beachfront park that provides access to coquina rock formations on the coast. There is plenty of parking and restrooms with an outdoor shower.
While it is not suitable for swimming it’s a great spot to watch for dolphins or bathe in the sun. The park feature a Beach, Bicycling, Birding, Fishing, Hiking/NatureTrails Restroom Facilities on site.
OLD SALT PARK
200 16TH ROAD, PALM COAST FL. 32137
Old Salt Road Beach Park is a beachfront park amidst the Ocean Hammock Resort.
The park provides access to coquina rock formations on the coast, but is not ideal for swimming. There are plenty of parking spaces and restrooms with an outdoor shower. It is a great spot to watch for whales.
Available facilities and activities Beaches, Fishing, Pets, Wildlife Viewing, Picnicking, Restroom Facilities and Showers.
JUNGLE HUT PARK
125 JUNGLE HUT ROAD, PALM COAST FL. 32137
Located in the Hammock this two-acre park offers beach access, paved parking, restrooms, and outdoor shower facilities. It’s not well-suited for swimming because of rocks in the surf which means it is rarely crowded.
Take the dune walkover to the beach to find a variety of shorebirds, gulls and pelicans. It’s a great place to look for ruby-throated hummingbirds during the summer, and gannets during the winter. Available facilities and activities Beach, Wildlife Viewing, Boating, Pets, Picnicking and Restroom Facilities.
3665 N. OCEANSHORE BLVD., FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA 32136
Varn Parks is just a short drive north of Flagler Beach. The eight-acre park offers wheelchair access to the beach, plus restrooms with outdoor showers. The ample parking includes ADA-compliant spaces.
Varn Park is an excellent spot for swimming, wildlife viewing and surf fishing, and on most days fisherman can be seen casting for blues, whiting, flounder, and red fish.
HERSCHEL KING PARK
100 GRADY PRATHER JR. COVE, PALM COAST FLORIDA 32137
Herschel King Park is located on the Intracoastal Waterway. Visitors can fish from the pier, or simply relax and enjoy the view. There is a free boat launch that is convenient starting point for fishing trips, or sightseeing along the Intracoastal. Additionally, there is a shaded walking rail and a playground all within this 20-acre park.
Herschel King Park is located on the west side of the Intracoastal Waterway. It is located at the end of Grady Prather Jr. Cove off of Colbert Lane, between State Road 100 and Palm Coast Parkway.
Available facilities and activities: Boat Ramp, Boating, Wildlife Viewing,
Canoe/Kayak Launch, Fishing, Picnic Pavilion and Playground.
PRINCESS PLACE PRESERVE
2500 PRINCESS PLACE ROAD, PALM COAST FLORIDA 32137
Princess Place Preserve, with its rich history and 1500 pristine acres, attracts nature enthusiasts from near and far. It provides a glimpse of old Florida. Visitors can take in its splendor while on one of the many hiking trails, fishing the salt marshes along the Matanzas River and Pellicer Creek, or camping out under the stars. The preserve is a popular spot for horse enthusiasts, with an equestrian campsite and plenty of trails that make it easy to embrace nature while enjoying a ride.
Available facilities and activities include Bicycling, Birding, Camping, Canoe/Kayak Launch, Fishing, Hiking/Nature Trails and Restroom Facilities.
RIVER TO SEA PRESERVE
9805 N. OCEANSHORE BLVD., MARINELAND FLORIDA 32137
The River to Sea Preserve is located on both sides of highway A1A at Marineland and is owned jointly by Flagler County and the Town of Marineland. The River to Sea Preserve is a prized addition to Flagler County’s unique and beautiful preserves, beginning at the beach of the Atlantic Ocean and reaching west to the Matanzas River (Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway), the River to Sea Preserve protects a rapidly disappearing maritime scrub environment.
Amenities are still under development and restoration. The 90-acre preserve offers walking trails, nature vistas, and ecological education opportunities, as well as public access to the beach. Visit the beachside boardwalk for a majestic view of the beach and ocean. The canoe and kayak launch provides access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Matanzas River.
Available Facilities and Activities: Beaches, Bicycling, Birding, Camping, Canoe/Kayak Launch, Fishing, Hiking/Nature Trails, Picnic Pavilion and Restroom Facilities.
HAMMOCK COMMUNITY CENTER
79 MALACOMPRA ROAD, PALM COAST FLORIDA 32137
Located steps from the beach, the Hammock Community Center provides an excellent venue for parties and events. The building is 2,878 square feet and can seat 100 or accommodate standing room for 214 people. There is also a 2,000 square foot pavilion available — great for outdoor functions. Tables and chairs are available.
Available facilities and activities: Basketball Courts, Beaches, Horseshoe Pits, Pickleball Courts, Picnic Pavilions Volleyball Courts, Playground and Restroom Facilities.
GRAHAM SWAMP PRESERVE
5135 COLBERT LANE, PALM COAST FLORIDA 32137
Graham Swamp Trail is located in eastern Flagler County, between Colbert Lane and Old Kings Road. Its inviting trails encourage the exploration of this 3,084 acre conservation area.
This preserve is home to “The Swamp” mountain bike trail — 6.7 miles of natural and manmade trails features challenging all skill levels.
Origins of the Swamp: The historic headwaters of Bulow Creek originate in the large freshwater basin which is Graham Swamp. More than 2,500 acres of the property are covered by wetland hardwood swamp. The remainder of the property is forested upland that fringes the basin and forms small islands within the swamp. Graham Swamp had been heavily impacted by previous ditching, and the construction of dikes. However, it still performs the important ecological functions of retaining and filtering storm water runoff from developments located to the west and north.
Conservation: The Graham Swamp Conservation Area helps maintain the integrity and quality of northeast Florida’s coastal ecosystems and its associated ecological functions. The area supports a rich variety of wildlife, including birds, mammals, and reptiles. Visitors may hike, bicycle, fish from the banks, view wildlife, and study nature.
5875 COLBERT LANE, PALM COAST FLORIDA 32137
Lehigh Trail is located in Flagler County on about 8 miles of abandoned railroad corridor, contained within 194.95 acres. The trail parallels the Lehigh Canal for much of its length. It extends from U.S. 1 north of Bunnell through the town center of Palm Coast and Graham Swamp, ending at Colbert Lane immediately west of the former Lehigh Portland Cement Company.
This trail provides hikers, cyclists, and in-line skaters a taste of wild Florida and some of the best scenery in the county. Trees surround the trail nearly the entire distance. There are only two grade crossings — one at Old Kings Road; and, the second at Belle Terre Parkway. Available facilities and activities: Bicycling, Hiking/Nature Trail and Wildlife Viewing.
2200 MOODY BLVD., FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA 32136
Wadsworth Park is a 45-acre park that stays busy both day and night because of its amenities: lighted soccer fields; racquetball, tennis, volleyball, and basketball courts; two playground areas; a picnic pavilion; an elevated boardwalk; a canoe launch site; and, a dog park to entertain man’s best friend.
This park is home to many Flagler County sports leagues. It boasts a skate park, and a 60,000 square foot fenced dog park that allows dogs to run unleashed and mingle with other canines. The dog park has separated areas for large and small dogs — both provide benches for owners to watch their dogs have a ball.
Available facilities and activities: Skate Park, Basketball Courts, Baseball Field, Soccer Fields, Tennis Courts, Volleyball, Picnic Pavilion and Playground, Pet Park and Restroom Facilities.
BETTY STEFLIK PRESERVE
815 MOODY LANE, FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA 32136
Betty Steflik Memorial Preserve is located in Flagler Beach. The preserve’s 217 acres offer visitors a unique view of the salt marsh and coastal scrub communities by way of its trails and boardwalk. A stroll along the boardwalk provides a close-up view of the plants and animals that thrive in these natural marine communities.
Enjoy bird watching or fishing from the pier. The Moody Boat Launch provides access to the Intracoastal Waterway. It’s a great place to picnic with family or friends. Available facilities and activities: Hiking/Nature Trails, Picnic Pavilion, Fishing, Wildlife Viewing and Restroom Facilities
MOODY BOAT LAUNCH
825 MOODY LANE, FLAGLER BEACH FLORIDA 32136
Moody Boat Launch is located at 825 Moody Lane in Flagler Beach, along the eastern side of the Intracoastal Waterway south of State Road 100. This boat launch facility offers access to the Intracoastal Waterway, and its close proximity to the Betty Steflik Preserve offers a unique view of the salt marsh and coastal scrub communities.
Enjoy bird watching, fish from the pier, launch your boat, or treat yourself to a picnic.
OLD DIXIE PARK
1250 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
This 20-acre park is open daily and offers visitors basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, as well as a playground, picnic pavilion and 18 sanctioned horseshoe courts and restrooms.
MOODY HOMESTEAD PARK
105 BRIARWOOD DRIVE, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
This park is a small slice of Flagler County’s history wrapped in a grove of 400 year-old live oak trees. The 3.4-acre park is the former homestead of Robert Moody and his brother, I.I. Moody, who both built homes there in 1916. I.I. Moody has been given the title of Founder of Flagler County.
The property for this park was purchased by Environmental Sensitive Land funds approved by the voters of Flagler County in 2008.
The park is designed as a passive park for picnics and enjoying the beautiful spreading oaks on the property. It is dedicated to the pioneers of Flagler County.
FLAGLER COUNTY RECREATIONAL AREA
650 COUNTY ROAD 13, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
The 182-acre Flagler County Recreation Area is located in the heart of Flagler County, and is the site of the county fairgrounds along with baseball and softball complexes. There are eight lighted ball fields that can accommodate leagues for all age groups.
The Flagler County Recreation Area is home to Flagler Baseball and Amateur Athletic Union baseball leagues. It is also the host site for Flagler Fast-Pitch Athletic Teams girls softball as well as county organized men’s, women’s and co-ed adult softball leagues.
The Fairgrounds are host to the Flagler County Cattleman’s Association and Rough Riders events, including the County Fair. Available facilities and activities: Softball/Baseball Fields and Restroom Facilities.
ESPANOLA COMMUNITY CENTER
3570 COUNTY ROAD 205, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
This 2,200 sq. ft. building can accommodate seating for 77 people or standing room for 166 people. There are facilities for both indoor and outdoor cooking there are basketball courts and picnic pavilion onsite.
HAW CREEK COMMUNITY CENTER
9257 COUNTY ROAD 304, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
This 2,816 sq. ft. building can accommodate seating for 100 people or standing room space for 214 people. There is also a 1,200 sq. ft. pavilion, both indoor and outdoor cooking, as well as on-site tables and chairs.
HAW CREEK PRESERVE – RUSSELL LANDING
2007 COUNTY ROAD 2007, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32137
Tucked away in western Flagler County, lies Haw Creek Preserve — 1,005 acres of land about two miles of the creek’s southern boundary. This area was set aside to preserve the cypress, oak and hardwood swamp that borders Haw Creek. Haw trees also line the creek and produce the small apple-like fruit from which the creek gets its name. The fruit is popular for making jelly.
A winding boardwalk overlooks the creek. Launch a canoe, kayak, or boat for a scenic tour or excellent fishing in the dark creek waters. Glimpse an osprey, great blue heron, or anhinga. Watch an alligator sunning itself on the bank.
PELLICER COMMUNITY CENTER
1380 COUNTY ROAD 2007, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
This facility boasts a large arena with lighting perfect for equestrian-related events. It has capacity for 166 people, and seating for 77. There are facilities for both indoor and outdoor cooking, as well as a pavilion on the property. Available facilities and activities Equestrian Arena, Horseshoe Pits, Picnic Pavilion and Playground.
ST. JOHNS COMMUNITY CENTER
99 COUNTY ROAD 2006 EAST, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
There is a 2,200 square foot building that seats 77 people or provides standing room for 166 people. Tables and chairs are available.
BULL CREEK CAMPGROUND
3861 COUNTY ROAD 2006, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
Away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, Bull Creek Campground provides Florida nature at its finest. With 25 RV campsites available, bring friends or family and stay a while. The scenery is breathtaking and there is no place better to relax and drop in a line. The park is perched on the edge of some of the best fresh water fishing in the state. Catch a glimpse of an osprey, great blue heron, or anhinga — or watch an alligator sunning itself on the bank of Dead Lake.
Available Facilities and Activities: Boat Ramp, Boating, Canoe/Kayak Launch, Picnic Area, Fishing, Camping, Full RV Facilities, Wildlife Viewing, Restroom Facilities
HIDDEN TRAILS PARK – COMMUNITY CENTER
6108 MAHOGANY BOULEVARD, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
This 2,816 square foot building can accommodate seating for 96 people, or standing room for 206 people. A 500 square foot pavilion allows for both indoor and outdoor cooking. There are plenty of sports and outdoor recreation options on the property.
Available facilities and activities: Basketball Courts Exercise / Fitness Track Picnic Pavilion Playground and Restroom Facilities.
SHELL BLUFF PARK
14331 W. STATE ROAD 100, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
Shell Bluff Park is located in the Andalusia community just east of the Putnam County line. This 60-acre park features fishing, a floating dock, playground, hiking trail, picnic pavilions, restrooms, and a boat launching facility on Crescent Lake. The property was purchased by Flagler County using Environmentally Sensitive Land funds. When purchased, the Crescent Lake-front park was the first property added to the county’s list of preserved lands.
1426 LAKE DISSTON DRIVE, BUNNELL FLORIDA 32110
This facility provides unparalleled beauty and a primitive launch for boats, canoes and kayaks. You can fish and watch the wildlife.