Everyday is an “EcoAdventure” in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches, with so much to explore and see year-round. Explore one of the parks where you will find a variety of activities, unique history, and unforgettable views.
- Uncrowded Beaches & Cinnamon Sand - Locals love to keep the 19 miles of beach a secret, because it’s one of the few areas in the state where you don’t have to search long and hard for parking spots or fight for the perfect place to pitch an umbrella or beach chairs. Once settled in, the cinnamon-colored sand sparkles with fragments of limestone crystals, and of course, the breath-taking view of the Atlantic Ocean.
- Pet-friendly beaches
- Miles of ocean view dining with no chain restaurants
- Oceanfront camping sites and seasonal bonfires
- Unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean as you cruise the Scenic A1A Highway which was recently designated as a National All-American Road Home to Sea Turtle Nesting and Right Whale Migration
- Horseback riding on the beach
- Iconic Flagler Beach pier that hosts the third largest waves in state for surfing!
- Marineland Dolphin Adventure- Make an ocean of memories as you meet bottlenose dolphins up close, experience the wonder of marine life, explore 80 years of Florida history, and even swim with dolphins in a variety of unique educational programs.
- Ripple Effect Ecotours - guided tours through one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet.
- Forty-five parks including six of the area's trails are listed on the Great Florida Birding Trail.
- Over 125 miles of connected, canopied trails for biking and hiking.
- Fishing- plenty of shoreline for surf fishing and a variety of rivers, lakes, and estuaries for freshwater or saltwater fishing in the Atlantic Ocean.
- Princess Place Preserve - 1,500-acre preserve attracts nature enthusiasts for a glimpse of Old Florida and home to the state’s first in-ground swimming pool.
- Numerous Florida State Parks in Flagler County are a short drive away.