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Highway A1A continues through upscale Palm Coast and the oak tree covered community of the Hammock, reminiscent of “old Florida.” Locally owned motels, restaurants and art galleries are tucked among the mossy oaks.
Cruise on to the county’s northern end and you’ll be at Marineland (population16), which is both a town and home of a marine park spanning nearly 80 years of history.
During the 1830’s, the Bulow family grew sugar cane, cotton, rice and indigo using slave labor.
Bulow Plantation Ruins State Park Ruins of the antebellum plantation, a sugar mill, a springhouse and the home’s foundation and slave cabins remain after the family abandoned the homestead during Florida’s Second Seminole War.
For a cocktail, visit the oceanfront The Island Grille and try a thirst quenching Rum Shark Bite or its signature Bloody Mary.
If you want to picnic at the beach, try Kokomo’s Café for a fresh takeout sandwich or a delicious wrap.
Whether hiking or driving, the serenity of the beach and coquina rock formations is your reward.Mala Compra Trail, Hammock Outdoor travelers will enjoy the Mala Compra trail.Park at Hammock's Bing’s Landing on the west side of A1A (one of several access points).Marineland Dolphin Adventure Along the Atlantic at Flagler County’s northern tip is Marineland Dolphin Adventure, the world’s first oceanarium dating to 1938 and to this day, still one of Florida’s original roadside attractions.Movies and television shows from were filmed here while spectacular dolphin shows thrilled visitors.
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Hike or bike the 1.5-mile trail to the beach through the maritime oak hammock and ocean scrub.