Parks and Recreation

February 20, 2019:
Princess Place Preserve Pow Wow, Native American Festival happens this weekend, February 23 and 24!  Admission for the event is $5.00 per person; children 12 and under free. 

February 14, 2019: 
Varn Park is closed weekdays, temporarily. 
Construction-staging for the Flagler County Dunes Restoration project has moved to Varn Park, and 
the oceanside park will be closed on weekdays only. 
The park will be open for public use on weekends. We appreciate your cooperation, and apologize for any inconvenience while we work to complete this critical project. 

Explore Flagler County Parks and experience the unspoiled natural surroundings that are preserved to maintain the integrity that has existed for generations. Every park offers a different experience from camping and horseback riding, to kayaking and birding, to walking along a boardwalk into the marshlands, or simply sitting under the shade of a southern live oak.

Bikers, walkers, hikers and runners have miles and miles of trails to choose from throughout Flagler County parks. There are launch sites for boats and kayaks, and plenty of beachfront parks for those who enjoy surfing, surf fishing or basking in the sun.

Flagler County offers tennis, racquetball, basketball, volleyball and pickleball courts at many parks, and there is no fee to use any of them. Of course, there are playgrounds and sports fields for the kids, and a skate park at Wadsworth Park.

Parks BrochureRental Fee Schedule

Monday through Friday • 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1769 E. Moody Blvd., Building 5
Phone: 386-313-4020 • Fax: 386-313-4121