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Michael Crotty Bicentennial Park (County Park)
1850 Ocean Shore Blvd, Ormond Beach 32176
Stretching from the Halifax River to the Atlantic Ocean, this 37-acre park north of Ormond Beach is loaded with amenities. Beachgoers may park across the street from the ocean on the park’s east side.
Hikers looking to get back to nature may jaunt along one of the park’s nature trails and boardwalks. The western terminus of the trail carries walkers to the Riv-Ocean Drive fishing dock on the Haifax River.
Features: community Center/meeting room, dock/pier/fishing. Gazebo/pavilion, parking, picnic area, playground, restrooms, walk/jog bike path
Birthplace of Speed Park
21 Ocean Shore Blvd. Ormond Beach, 32176
This park is a .7 acre oceanfront park that is open from sunrise to sunset, paid parking is available nearby on the beach. tThe park is a wonderful setting for wedding ceremonies and gatherings. For rental information, please call Ormond Beach Leisure Services at 386-676-3250.
Features: Gazebo/pavilion, outdoor grill, picnic area, and restrooms.
Bulow Creek State Park
2099 North Beach Street, Ormond Beach, 32174
Bulow Creek protects nearly 5,600 acres, more than 1,500 of which are submerged lands.The highlight of Bulow Creek is one of the largest remaining stands of southern live oak forest along Florida’s east coast. The reigning tree is the Fairchild Oak, one of the largest live oak trees in the south. For more than 400 years, it has been a silent witness to human activities along Bulow Creek, including the destruction of neighboring Bulow Plantation during the Second Seminole War in 1836.
The Bulow Woods Trail, nearly seven miles long, takes hikers to Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State park.
Features: Picnic Area, restrooms and walk/jog bike path
Bulow Plantation Ruins Site- Florida State Park
County Road 2001 Flagler Beach, Ormond Beach, 32110
The 150 acres of Bulow Plantation Ruins stand as a monument to the rise and the fall of sugar plantations. A scenic walking trail leads visitors to the sugar mill ruins, listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.The park has picnic facilities and an interpretative center which tells
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