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Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach

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September 27, 2014

SECOND SATURDAY GAMBLE JAM
Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach

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September 27, 2014

NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY EVENT: MORNING BEACH EXPLORATION AND CLEAN UP
Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach

Date: September 27, 2014 9:00 a.m.

Description:

Join Dale, a Master Naturalist as he combines a morning beach interpretive program with a beach clean up project to celebrate National Public Lands Day.  This program will educate volunteers about the natural beach ecosystem including native plant and animal species, geology of the park, waves, currents, and rip tides and especially the impact of debris left behind on the natural ecosystem. This beach clean up project will be scheduled for two hours or until the designated beach is free and clear of debris.  Volunteers will meet at the beachside pavilion located on the west side of the park in front of the beach walkover.

Participation Requirements

Fees: Regular park entry fees apply

Contact: Contact park for more information.

Directions: From I-95: Whether you are traveling north or south on I-95, take exit 284 (State Road 100). Turn east onto State Road 100 and travel approximately 3 miles till you reach A1A (and the ocean). At the light turn right (south) and travel approximately another 3 miles. The Ranger Station will be located on the drive to your right and our day use beach facilities will be on the left.

From Daytona: Take A1A north to approximately 1 mile north of the Flagler/Volusia County line (approximately 18 miles)The Ranger Station will be located on the drive to your left and our day use beach facilities will be to your right.

From Ormond Beach: Take West Granada (40) east, across the Halifax River, to A1A. Turn left (north) on A1A and travel approximately 11 miles (1 mile north of the Flagler/Volusia County line). The Ranger Station will be located on the drive to your left and our day use beach facilities will be to your right.

From Palm Coast: Take Palm Coast Parkway east across the Intercoastal Waterway (toll bridge) to A1A. Turn left (south) on A1A and travel approximately 11 miles. The park is located on A1A. The Ranger Station will be on the drive to your right and our day use beach facilities will be to your left.
Avoid the toll: Take Palm Coast parkway east to Colbert Lane. Turn right (south) on Colbert Lane and travel approximately 7 miles to SR 100. Turn left (east) on SR 100 and travel approximately 1.5 miles to A1A. Turn right on A1A and travel about 3 miles. The Ranger Station will be located on the drive to your right and our day use beach facilities will be to your left.

From St. Augustine: Take A1A south for approximately 32 miles to SR 100. Continue straight through the light and travel approximately another 3 miles to the park. The Ranger Station will be located on the drive on your right and our day use beach facilities will be located on your left.

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