Flagler County boasts many beautiful and sporty activities. Created in 1917 from portions of Saint Johns and Volusia counties, it was named for Henry Morrison Flagler, who built the Florida East Coast Railway.
Enjoy Flagler County's natural beauty. Flagler county boasts prestine beaches, historic ruins, tranquil waterways, public rose gardens, sub-tropical forest, lakes, golf, tennis,water sports, fishing, nature trails and miles of bike path on and off the beautiful scenic highway.
The world's oldest marine attraction, Marineland is just minutes away.
Flagler county is one of the fastest growing counties in the State of Florida and has been recognized for its natural resource protection and vast park and recreation system.
- Beautiful Pet-Friendly Beach
- Weekly Farmer's Market
- Offers a wide variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, baked goods and original arts and crafts
- The Flagler Beach Museum
- Showcasing our wealth of history and contribution of our community
- A Collage of Eclectic and Original Shops
- All offer a refreshing change from the Humdrum Gifts & Souvenirs of Commercial Stores, Be Sure to check out the Inn's own Fair trade Gift Shop offering original gifts from around the world
- Flagler Beach Pier
- The famous 650' pier is an inviting place to stroll, fish or just relax
- Marineland Dolphin Adventure
- Local Parks
Check out the City of Flagler Beach's website to see what's going on in town, including First Fridays and the Flagler Fine Art Festival.
Learn more about Flagler County's dozens of state and county parks and other recreational facilities