Click on the link below to see what is going on in Flagler Beach!!!=)
check out the Flagler County Link below for parks in the area.
A Little About Flagler Beach.
Nestled on Florida's east coast between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine, the flourishing City of Flagler Beach is home to over 4,484 residents. Since it's incorporation in April 1925, Flagler Beach has grown from a sleepy fishing village to a unique seaside community while still retaining much of its original charm.
The City is home to six miles of uncrowded beaches, many great fishing spots including the Flagler Beach Municipal Pier, restaurants with ocean front dining, gift shops and a whole host of recreational facilities. The Intracoastal Waterway also flows through the town providing countless opportunities for boaters and fishermen.
With an adopted budget of $9.8 million, the City of Flagler Beach is the local supplier to its residents of water, sewer and garbage service. The City also operates its own well stocked lending library.
Parks and Preserves link below..
Just to name a few
Boating, Canoe / Kayak Launch, Canoeing & Kayaking, Fishing, Historic Site, Interpretive Exhibit, Pets, Picnic Pavilion, Playground, Restroom Facilities, Weddings, and Wildlife Viewing
Betty Steflik Preserve
Bull Creek Campground Birding, Boat Ramp, Boating, and Campfire Rings. Away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Enjoy Florida nature at its finest, with 25 RV campsites available, you can bring your friends or family and stay a while. The scenery is breathtaking and the there is no place better to relax and drop in a line. This pristine park is enjoyed by all, especially the locals feathered, furry and finned.
Haw Creek PreserveBirding, Boat Ramp, Boating, Canoe / Kayak Launch, Canoeing & Kayaking, Fishing, Hiking / Nature Trail, Pets, Picnic Pavilion, Restroom Facilities, and Wildlife ViewingTucked away in western Flagler County lies Haw Creek Preserve, a 1,005-acre tract of land bordering Haw Creek for about two miles on its southern boundary. This area was set aside to preserve the cypress oak and hardwood swamp that borders Haw Creek. Many Haw trees line the creek and produce the small apple-like fruit from which the creek gets its name. The fruit is popular for making jelly.