Moody Homestead Park

105 Briarwood Drive, Bunnell

This park is a small slice of Flagler County’s history wrapped in a grove of 400 year-old live oak trees. The 3.4-acre park is the former homestead of Robert Moody and his brother, I.I. Moody, who both built homes there in 1916.  I.I. Moody has been given the title of Founder of Flagler County.


The property for this park was purchased by Environmental Sensitive Land funds approved by the voters of Flagler County in 2008. 

The park is designed as a passive park for picnics and enjoying the beautiful spreading oaks on the property. It is dedicated to the pioneers of Flagler County.

Available Facilities and Activities:

• Birding 
• Hiking / Nature Trail
• Pets
• Picnic Pavilion

Facilities Usage Application
Parks and Recreation Fee Schedule

Hours are dawn to 11 p.m. Monday through Sunday. For more information about the Moody Homestead Park, call Parks and Recreation at 386-313-4020.