Florida State Parks Guide: Gamble Rogers State Park, Flagler Beach

If sand and sun is your scene then be sure to visit Gamble Rogers State Park. This unique state park is located snuggly between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway, which gives visitors the luxury of enjoying the beach and wildlife simultaneously. Depending on the time of the year, you may be able to the native sea turtles lay their eggs on the warm sand.

-The park is open 8 a.m. to sundown every day
-An entrance fee of $5 per vehicle and $5 per boat is required.
-Visitors can camp overnight for a fee of $28, which includes water and electricity
-Bicycles are available for rent for anyone who wants to cycle down the sidewalk lining Flagler Beach.
-The three-quarter-mile Joe Kenner Nature Trail is perfect for hiking if you don’t mind a rugged walk.
-Surfing, swimming and shelling are some of the most popular activities at the park.
-Guided tours are available to show visitors the various wildlife at the park.

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