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River to Sea Preserve


  1. Beaches
  2. Bicycling
  3. Birding
  4. Camping - Group
  5. Canoe / Kayak Launch
  6. Canoeing & Kayaking
  7. Fishing
  8. Hiking / Nature Trail
  9. Pets
  10. Picnic Pavilion
  11. Picnicking
  12. Restroom Facilities
  13. Wildlife Viewing
Primitive  Primitive Camping About the Preserve
The River to Sea Preserve is located on both sides of highway A1A at Marineland and is owned jointly by Flagler County and the Town of Marineland. The River to Sea Preserve is a prized addition to Flagler County's unique and beautiful preserves, beginning at the beach of the Atlantic Ocean and reaching west to the Matanzas River (Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway), the River to Sea Preserve protects a rapidly disappearing maritime scrub environment.

Available Amenities
Still under development and restoration, the 90-acre preserve offers walking trails, nature vistas, and ecological education opportunities as well as public access to the beach. Visit our beachside boardwalk for a majestic view of the beach and ocean. Our canoe and kayak launch provides access to the Intracoastal Waterway and the Matanzas River.

Visitors may wander though oak scrub and hardwood hammock on the west side A1A enjoy a picnic lunch at the pavilion or at an overlook on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. Bird and plant life abound.


View of pond
The picnic pavilion may be reserved by contacting Parks and Recreation at
(386) 313-4020 select option #1.
Facilities Usage Application

Grou[ Camping Group Camping
fishing Fishing    
Wildlife Wildlife Viewing
picnic Picnic 
restroom Restrooms
pets Pets
Canoe Canoeing/Kayaking
Canoe Ramp Canoe Launch
hiking Hiking Trails
Picnic Pavilion Picnic Pavilion
Showers Showers

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