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Waterfront Park

There is a new Waterfront Park just to the south accessible on the walkways adjacent to Canopy Walk's 53 acre property. As you look at the Intracoastal from our Condo, turn right and then follow the walkway, take a left at the foot bridge and they the walkway winds along the water - a marvelous place for taking nature pictures, bikeriding, or walking. Click here for more details about this new park.

 

Walkway to Waterfront Park
Walkway to Waterfront Park

 
 


Walk to European Village Stores & Restaurants

European Village is a delicate blend of old world charm in a modern triangular shape surrounding the "Plaza of the Fountains" and is lined with street level boutiques and a veritable smorgasbord of restaurants and cafes. Take a stroll for a morning cup of coffee or afternoon tea and enjoy the food, music, and shops.

 

European Village
European Village

 
 


Washington Oaks Gardens State Park

We are blessed to have a 410 acre nature preserve and bird sanctuary that comprises Washington Oaks Gardens State Park. It is a great place to take a walk or ride a bike. You can pack a lunch and eat it on their picnic tables that overlook the intracoastal waterway. The gardens are incredibly beautiful. Make sure you walk through their garden path that has natural sulfur artesian well. You'll see lots of wildlife. Click here to see their website.

 

Washington Oaks Gardens
Washington Oaks Gardens

 
 


Fort Matanzas National Monument

Fort Matanzas is just about 8 miles north of Canopy Walk on the west side of A1A. It's a great outing with kids as you can see a movie about it's history and take a short boat ride across the Matanzas Inlet to the Fort where the kids can explore. There is no charge but they do appreciate donations. There are some great kids activity books about the area in their gift shop. Click here to see their website.

 

Fort Matanzas from the water
Fort Matanzas from the water

 
 


Marineland of Florida

Marineland is just a short 6 miles north of Canopy Walk on A1A. The park is right on the ocean and was the world's first oceanarium, opening in 1938. You can see the entire park in about a half day. It's a great attraction for the kids as well as adults as it's not overcrowded and the shows allow you to get up close and personal with the animals. They offer snorkeling in the oceanarium as well as swimming with dolphins for an extra fee and for which you need to sign up for in advance. They may be booked several weeks in advance for these special offerings.  Click here to see their website.

 

Marineland of Florida Dolphin Tank
Marineland of Florida Dolphin Tank

 
 


Nights of Lights in St. Augustine

The Nights Of Lights is an amazing celebration of the holiday season that runs from mid-November to mid-January every year. The entire city lights up every evening and festivals abound during this time. If you haven't visited us during this season, then make a point to add this to your vacations for the next holiday season. You will be glad you did!

 


More information at nightsoflights.com

 
 


More to come

There are lots of other great places to visit in Flagler County and the surrounding areas. We will be adding lots more to this listing as we get the photos together. Check back with us.

 


 
     
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