Camp at Princess Place Preserve
Florida › Princess Place Preserve
Added by Kristian Champagne
This easy getaway in Palm Coast is very relaxing and has an incredible view.
Princess Place Preserve is very easy to find and offers a variety of activities. You can visit the historic landmarks, ride down the equestrian trails, go kayaking, etc. My favorite activity is the camping.
There is this one camp site on the edge of Pellicer Creek that has the best sunrise.
Call to make reservations for camping and to use the equestrian trails. (386) 313-4020
- Camp Gear
- Bug Spray
- Fishing Gear
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Camping, Canoeing, Chillin, Fishing, Kayaking, Photography, Stand Up Paddle, Swimming
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Extremely easy for beginners
Beautiful hike out to the old abandoned house across the river. It appears you can't get there, but if you take the trail just to the right after crossing the bridge you can get there. Fishing, dog friendly,camping, horse trails, hiking trails, showers and bon fire pits, free admission as well.
Had a great time at princess place. There is a good bit of wildlife that you'll be able to see and great fishing as well. Try and get the "moody cut" campground as it is the best one. It sits on a point away from the other camp sites with a great view of the water.
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