Celebrate the rich heritage of indigenous peoples during Flagler County’s annual Native American festival, the Princess Place Preserve Pow Wow. The 2024 event is slated for February 24 and 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Native American festival is held each year at Princess Place Preserve, a beautiful 1500-acre park filled with hiking trails and a historic lodge. General admission tickets are $10, veterans and kids ages 5-12 are $5. Children 4 and under are free.
Learn about Indigenous Culture at Flagler County’s Native American Festival
The Princess Place Preserve Pow Wow gives attendees an up-close look at the culture and traditions of the Native American community via a variety of activities. Watch live performances of traditional dances and weapons demonstrations, stroll through wildlife exhibits, trading booths, and encampment displays or shop for unique items during the arts and crafts show. Children are invited to participate in several interactive activities.
Explore the Natural Beauty of Princess Place Preserve in Palm Coast
Be sure to take time before or after the Native American festival to venture the grounds at Princess Place Preserve. The 1500-acre county park boasts multiple trails that wind through live oaks and along saltwater marshes. Wildlife enthusiasts can spot anything from white-tailed deer and red foxes to owls and eagles. A historic lodge, erected in 1887, and Florida’s first inground swimming pool, also sit on the property.