Located in the Hammock on the west side of State Road A1A, Bing's Landing lies along the Intracoastal Waterway. Flagler County purchased Bing’s Landing in 1989 using Environmentally Sensitive Lands funds.
The eight-acre park is located within a maritime oak hammock. The park houses a state-of-the-art boat launch, fishing pier, picnic and playground facilities, and an archaeological dig of the Mala Compra Plantation.
Previously the plantation home of Brigadier General Joseph Hernandez — Florida’s first voice in the U.S. Congress and also its first Hispanic member — Bing’s Landing is another Flagler County park with a rich history. General Hernandez purchased the 724-acre MalaCompra Plantation in 1816 for $1,500. The plantation was destroyed in 1836 by the Seminoles during the Second Seminole War.
Activities: boat launch, canoe/kayak launch, fishing, historic site, interpretive exhibit, playground, pet-friendly, wildlife viewing, restrooms, picnic pavilions and tables, grills.