Two miles of pristine beach.
Beach access from A1A
Butterfly at North Peninsula
Variety of Ecosystems at North Peninsula State Park
Sea turtle nest at North Peninsula State Park
Coastal Strand Trail
Standing Cypress at North Peninsula State Park
Smith Creek Landing
North Peninsula State Park Beach
North Peninsula accessibility
Butterflies at North Peninsula
North Peninsula State Park Ecosystems
Sea Turtle Nest
Coastal Strand Trail
North Peninsula State Park wildflowers.
Smith Creek Landing

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North Peninsula State Park

Welcome to North Peninsula State Park

More than two miles of beautiful, unspoiled Atlantic beaches beckon visitors to this park. Across State Road A1A, this Florida haven shelters rare creatures such as Florida scrub-jays, indigo snakes, and gopher tortoises. Visitors can spend the afternoon swimming, sunning at the beach, or surf fishing. Bird-watchers will enjoy spotting the native and migratory species seen in this park. Located on State Road A1A four miles south of Flagler Beach.

There is no mail delivery to this park. All mail delivery is through Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area at Flagler Beach.

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