North Peninsula State Park, Flagler Beach

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North Peninsula State Park is a Florida State Park, located north of Ormond-By-The-Sea and east of the Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park, off A1A.
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  • We went to North Peninsula State Park on a slightly wet day. Not thinking the bugs would be too bad. We were so very wrong! Despite having been eaten alive, we still enjoyed our walk around. It was...  more »
  • NorthPen is free and in winter offers great birding. Quite a variety of habitats. This is what Florida was like before it was paved over for condos.  more »
  • 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.

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