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Flagler Beach is loaded with oceanfront condos and rental homes available for weekly and seasonal vacation rentals and places to stay. If your looking for beautiful sunsets and beach access then a Flagler Beach vacation is perfect for you. Mixed in with the many condo’s vacation rental homes there are also Beach Resorts. Many of the condos, homes and resorts are right on the beach with direct access to the beaches. For the early birds, have your morning coffee while watching the Atlantic sunrise.
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Flagler Beach things to Do
Several beautiful Flagler beaches, some for swimming and others for surfing.
- Beach at Flagler Beach – Flagler Beach is within walking distance of restaurants, shops, and lodging. The most popular beach with life guards in season and faculties nearby.Lots of surfing at Flagler Beach.
- Jungle Hut Road Park Beach – Restrooms, outdoor shower facilities, great for sun bathers, not a swimming beach because of the strong undercurrents.
- Malacompra County Park Beach – Popular local beach.
- Old Salt Road Park – Not a swimming beach, lots of Sun bathers, whale watching spot, and showers.
- River to Sea Preserve – A look Flagler County’s beautiful preserves, beach side boardwalk, nature trails, public access to beach.
- Varn Park Beach Access – Wheel chair access to beach, restrooms, outdoor showers, with lots of ample parking. Popular for surfing and fishing.
Places To Visit
- Farmer’s Market, Flagler Beach – Friday and Saturday market, that has become a tradition with local venders and farmers. The market has local produce, homemade items that include baskets, jewelry, and pottery.
- Flagler Beach Municipal Pier – Landmark for the county built in 1925.
- Flagler Beach Historical Museum – Flagler Beach’s history through a collection of historical artifacts, newspaper articles, photographs.
- Holden House Museum, Bunnell – A look at Flagler County’s past, built almost a hundred years ago gives you a glimpse of early life family living, historical photographs and documents.
- Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park – The 1836 Second Seminole War destroyed Bulow Plantation where the Bulow family grew sugar cane, cotton, rice. A walking trail leads visitors to the Ruins of the former plantation, crumbling homes, and slave cabins.
- Betty Steflik Memorial Preserve – Take a stroll on the boardwalk overlooking the salt marsh, view plants and animals in their natural habitat.
- Bing’s Landing Preserve – View the ruins of the Mala Compra Plantation, fishing from the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway from the pier.
- Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area – Named after folk singer Gamble Rogers and railroad founder Henry Flagler. A popular feature of the park is the beach.
- Graham Swamp Conservation – A new 3,000 acre conservation area.
- Haw Creek Preserve – 1000 acre preserve the cypress oak and hardwood swamp.
- Princess Place Preserve – Beautiful 1500 acre preserve has salt and freshwater marshes, hardwood hammocks and pine forests. Princess Place lodge built in 1887.
- River to Sea Preserve – New 90 acre preserve with walking trails with public access to the beach. The Beachside boardwalk has great views of the beach and Atlantic Ocean.
- Washington Oaks Gardens State Park – 400 acres of lots of scenic boulders lay along the beach, picnicking, fishing, gardens along the river.
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