North Peninsula State Park19 Votes
- Address: 3100 S Ocean Shore Blvd, Flagler Beach, FL 32136, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-3865172086
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot, Fishing
If you want to spend your vacation in the tranquility of the pristine nature, uninterrupted by the city bustle or crowds, come to spare a weekend at North Peninsula State Park, Flagler Beach. Located on State Road A1A, four miles south of Flagler Beach, this spectacular Atlantic beach park in Florida, is home to many migratory birds and rare species of flora and fauna, with its unique vista at the backdrop. Spend your vacation birding, swimming, picnicking or sunning at the placid beach. Also take part in some thrilling adventures like fishing, biking, hiking, shelling or even surfing on the blue lagoon. If you are even visiting this place for nothing but an epicurean delight, you will fit right in.
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How to Reach North Peninsula State Park
- Rented car / Taxi
95% of people who visit Flagler Beach include North Peninsula State Park in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
40% of people start their North Peninsula State Park visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see North Peninsula State Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting North Peninsula State Park
North Peninsula State Park Reviews & Ratings
Pretty state park beach. Not much else going on here but the beach itself. Parking seemed extremely limited, maybe 8 spaces total? Unless I missed some other parking lot.
I parked in the lot off of High Bridge Road and started the nature walk trail with my dog there. There were bathrooms and picnic table near parking lot. There were trail markers up & signs about plants/animals that are in the area. Once on the trail, it became loose sand & there were sand spurs that got in my dogs feet. I saw deer tracks but no deer. My shoes got soaking wet from humidity in grass. There were also swarms if mosquitoes. We turned back after 2/3 mile. I will go back on a less humid day in winter without the dog. Pretty scenery, good hike.
Great nature trail to walk both with or without dogs.
Nice quiet place to go and relax
Nice clean Place very friendly