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Hurricane Matthew
After damages sustained during Hurricane Matthew, the Hammock Community Center was closed for repairs, and will reopen on February 11th. However, some of the County maintained dune walkovers are still not operational. Mala Compra Park has beach access at the end of Mala Compra Road, but the dune walkover is not accessible. Varn Park's northernmost dune walkover is now operational to foot traffic, but not wheelchair accessible to the beach. We are working diligently to restore these structures.

Preservation & Peace
Nestled between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach on Florida’s northeast coast, Flagler County was passed by in the rush to develop Florida. For most of the people who live here, the county is a haven from the pressures of the world. Flagler voters were willing to support the purchase of parklands, allowing the county to preserve a glimpse of Old Florida many other counties have lost.
Whether it’s finding quiet solace within the nature preserves, relaxing at the natural beaches, re-energizing while participating in a favorite leisure activity, or enjoying the company of family and friends, Flagler County offers unsurpassed recreational opportunities for citizens and visitors alike.

Adventures in Nature
You don't have to travel to exotic places to discover nature - countless opportunities for exploration are available in the familiar territory of your nearby Flagler County Parks and Recreation Division parks, preserves, and trails. Flagler County has over 20 county parks and preserves. Bird watchers come from all over America to see its 470 verified species of birds as five of our parks have been designated as part of the Great Florida Birding Trail. Flagler County's natural surroundings will take your breath away and allow you to immerse yourself in its beauty.

You may now make camping and facility reservations online!
Reservations can be made 365 days in advance by clicking the link below and logging in or creating a user account.  If you wish to come into the office to reserve your spot in person, we are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Whether you choose to take in Flagler County’s natural surroundings, breathtaking scenery, tranquil waterways, or surrender to the serenity of our parks, it is time to relax on the quiet side of Florida. Flagler County is a genuine treasure. We invite you to come to a County Park and spend some of your precious leisure time making memorable moments of your own.  For more information, call (386) 313-4020 (option 1).

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