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.
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Wouldn't know, but they are very new - and it's really quiet there.
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Was there a charge for the tour of the lodge? Thank you!
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No charge for tour last time there. Very peaceful reserve. Good place to bring a chair and read.
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Would like to here from someone their experience primitive camping with their family and dog.
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The place is great for families and pets. You’ll love it.
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Has anyone camped and brought their horse? Are there stables for overnight? I’d like to hear what the experience is like.
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Can't help with that. I have kayaked and hiked but not camped.
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Answer by Alan H · Nov 30, 2018
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Can I bring my dog to the beach?
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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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