Haw Creek Preserve - Russell Landing

2007 County Road 2007, Bunnell

Tucked away in western Flagler County, lies Haw Creek Preserve — 1,005 acres of land about two miles of the creek's southern boundary. This area was set aside to preserve the cypress, oak and hardwood swamp that borders Haw Creek. Haw trees also line the creek and produce the small apple-like fruit from which the creek gets its name. The fruit is popular for making jelly.

A winding boardwalk overlooks the creek. Launch a canoe, kayak, or boat for a scenic tour or excellent fishing in the dark creek waters. Glimpse an osprey, great blue heron, or anhinga. Watch an alligator sunning itself on the bank.

Available Facilities and Activities:

• Group Camping
• Restrooms
• Fishing
• Canoe Launch
• Canoeing and Kayaking
• Boat Ramp
• Pets
• Hiking and Nature Trails
• Birding
• Wildlife Viewing
• Picnic Pavilion
• Horseback Riding


Facility Usage Application
Parks and Recreation Fee Schedule

Camping Primitive group camping is available by permit. For more information about camping or pavilion rentals, call Parks and Recreation at 386-313-4020.