Princess Place Preserve Florida

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Princess Place Preserve is the crown jewel of Flagler County's preserves. This beautiful 1500 acre preserve is located at the confluence of Pellicer Creek, … See more


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Feb 22, 2024
We love Princess Place Preserve, a great way to spend an afternoon hiking, relaxing or touring the lodge on the weekends. We loved it so much we went three times in a week. The presentation by Paul… Full review by 980Sheryl1976
Feb 10, 2024
Princess Place preserve is exactly like it sounds. It’s made for a princess but it’s also made for everyone. It’s everything that a place would need to make you fall in love. You can go horseback rid… Full review by Liaruthsmith
Jan 21, 2024
Cool place. Old plantation on a river. Not crowded. Lots of trails for hiking or horseback, canoeing etc. Full review by WiseManTravels

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What are your experiences staying in the cottages? In January.
Wouldn't know, but they are very new - and it's really quiet there.
Was there a charge for the tour of the lodge? Thank you!
No charge for tour last time there. Very peaceful reserve. Good place to bring a chair and read.
Would like to here from someone their experience primitive camping with their family and dog.
The place is great for families and pets. You’ll love it.
Has anyone camped and brought their horse? Are there stables for overnight? I’d like to hear what the experience is like.
Can't help with that. I have kayaked and hiked but not camped.
Answer by Alan H · Nov 30, 2018
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Can I bring my dog to the beach?
Yes, you can bring your pet north of N. 10th St and south of S. 10th St. All dogs must be on a leash no longer than...
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