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Things To Do

You’ve made it here, and now it’s time to explore. What do you do first?

If it’s the beach, we’ve got plenty – 19 miles of pristine, cinnamon-colored beaches where you can soak in the sun or surf on the third largest waves in the state. Pitch your umbrella and towel and start soaking up the sun.

If exploration is on your itinerary, you’ll have no problem discovering some fun spots and activities. We have more than 40 parks and preserves and more than 90 miles of trails for hiking, biking, kayaking, bird watching, fishing, boating. You name it!

If hitting the greens is a must, look no further. We have a collection of spectacular golf courses. Even one that plays directly alongside the Atlantic Ocean. Tennis is another favorite in the county, with professionals playing at our tennis center several times throughout the year. Or bring your own racquet to our local and county courts.

If you’re looking for events, we honor everything from local seafood to the local agricultural crop at the Potato Festival. From the rodeo to the ballet, from creekside to oceanfront, from marathons to mud-bogging.

Get the idea? If you want it we’ve got it. Enjoy!

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It's Right Whale Season!

Sealife is abundant in Flagler’s shores and there’s no shortage of opportunity to catch a glimpse of many sea creatures while relaxing on pristine beaches that stretch 19 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline. North Atlantic Right Whales: • One of the oceans’ most endangered large mammals, right whales are recovering from centuries of hunting, collisions with vessels and entanglement in commercial fishing gear. • Now numbering just over 500, Right Whales can be seen from shore in an annual migration that includes newborn calves, adolescents and adults. • Protected by federal and state laws, boaters, surfboarders, kayakers and others are required to keep a 500-yard distance from these mammals at all times. December through March is the best time to see these 50-ton animals.

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