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Princess Place Preserve, Palm Coast

(4.7/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful grounds to walk around, fish or sit on the porch in a rocking chair. Must go when house is open and get a guided tour  more »
  • A place to relax and observe nature. You can fish , sit in the rocking chairs and just enjoy nature at its best.  more »
  • I grew up in nearby St. Augustine and often came to Flager Beach for their Friday farmers market (back in the 90s), but never knew about Princess Place Preserve. What a hidden gem! It's a remarkable p...  more »
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  • Gorgeous views and humbling get away. I've been to many festivals here but recently I attended a wedding. It was so private and romantic and I don't know why I didn't plan my own nuptials here. Lots of history for the children to experience.
  • Princess Place Preserve is one of Northeast Florida's true gems. It you are ever nearby don't miss it. The preserve is located just south of St. Augustine Florida, not far from the intersection of U.S. 1 and I-95. The original name for this area was Cherokee Grove. The King of Spain granted the land to Francisco Pellicer in 1791.
  • Great well marked and maintained hiking and equestrian Trails. Wonderful sitting to view the bay. Good launch area for kayak and canoes. Nice historic buildings.
  • Great place to visit. Wonderful views. Great waking trails with few bicycles to run you down.
  • A beautiful, elegant place full of history and outdoor activities. Go horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, fishing, or even stay the night for a camp fire all while taking in a piece of history. The place is sizable and well worth the drive. Don't forget the Eagle Viewing!