Flagler Beach Travel Guide

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Flagler Beach Things to Do

  • bulow plantation state park

    bulow plantation state park is home the ruins of the bulow sugar mill. in 1836 the sugar mill was destroyed by seminole indians during the second seminole war. the bulow family had a sugar, cotton, rice, and indigo plantation on this site prior to the war. today you can visit the ruins and use the park boat ramp to canoe bulow creek. bulow sugar...

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  • Gallery of Local Art

    The Gallery of Local Art (GOLA) is Flagler Beach's home for fine art, jewelry, gifts, workshops and classes. The Gallery of Local Art is a unique little gallery by the sea that houses fine treasures made by local artists. Most classes require no experience and can be jumped into at any time.

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  • gamble rogers memorial state park

    the gamble rogers memorial state park is located 3 miles south of flagler beach on US A1A. this beach side state park offers a beautiful beach, fishing, camping, and RV parking. because of it's popularity camp sites should be reserved in advance by calling 1-800-326-3521. the park is named after the famous florida folk singer james gamble rogers...

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  • flagship harbor park

    flagship harbor park is located on the intercoastal waterway just east of downtown. this small park has a boat ramp and a boardwalk over a mangrove ecosystem. a very nice place to see wildlife and to saltwater fish.

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  • flagler pier

    located downtown at the intersection of SR 100 and US A1A is the flagler beach pier. the flagler beach pier offers fishing and for a small fee you can walk out to the end of the pier for a nice view of the ocean and flagler beach.

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  • the beach

    most tourists come to flager beach for it's beautiful beach. flagler beach is "off the beaten path" as far as florida beaches go so it is not as crowded as nearby daytona beach. there is a public beach access downtown near the flagler pier. also you can take US A1A north to washington oaks state park or US A1A south to gamble rodgers state park....

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Flagler Beach Restaurants

  • Great Seafood

    This is a small cozy seafood restaurant. We had to wait a few minutes to be seated, but the food was worth the wait. But, the service was not the best; it took quite a while to be acknowledged after being seated. Our drinks were left empty and we needed to flag down our server as she did not come to check back on us. The cost of the food was...

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  • on the beach

    the pier restaurant is located on the beach next to the flagler pier. they offer seafood and typical american fare. a great place to have breakfast in flagler beach.

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  • american

    the blue restaurant is located in the lobby of the topaz motel. this excellent restaurant offers seafood and american fare. the food and service was excellent. they also have patio dining with a view of the ocean. blue was a pleasant surprise in that you would not expect to find fine dining in a small north florida beach town.

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Flagler Beach Nightlife

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    finn's beachside pub

    by doug48 Written Dec 11, 2008

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    finn's beachside pub is located at the intersection of US A1A & SR 100 in downtown flagler beach. formally called finnegan's this bar and restaurtant has been recently renovated. upstairs they have a nice deck which is a fun place to drink and see the ocean. they serve good burgers and have a good beer selection. in my opinion the best bar in flagler beach.

    Dress Code: casual.

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Flagler Beach Transportation

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    by FloridaGirl Written Oct 4, 2002

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    Flagler Beach is an idyllic spot on the upper east coast of Florida. It combines scenic and natural assets for year round living with an average annual temperature at an ideal, three season, 70.7 degrees. It is just 3 miles east of Exit 91, I-95 interchange. Flagler Beach is 68 miles south of Jacksonville, 31 miles south of historic St. Augustine, and 20 miles north of Daytona Beach.
    If you are not a seagull, then you will need a car, bicycle, or feet.

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Flagler Beach Favorites

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    Favorite thing: Relax your mind, free your body, and soothe your spirit.

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