Princess Place Preserve
2500 Princess Place Road, Palm Coast
UPDATE! August 6, 2018
Within Princess Place Preserve, Loop (Eagle viewing) Rd. is temporarily closed due to repeated heavy rains. All other areas of the park, including campsites and camp roads are open.
Thank you everyone, for your cooperation, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Princess Place Preserve, with its rich history and 1500 pristine acres, attracts nature enthusiasts from near and far. It provides a glimpse of old Florida. Visitors can take in its splendor while on one of the many hiking trails, fishing the salt marshes along the Matanzas River and Pellicer Creek, or camping out under the stars. The preserve is a popular spot for horse enthusiasts, with an equestrian campsite and plenty of trails that make it is easy to embrace nature while enjoying a ride.
This beautiful 1,500-acre preserve is situated in the northern part of Flagler County. It was purchased by Henry Cutting in 1886 and passed on to his widow Angela Mills Cutting Worden, who eventually married Boris Scherbatoff, an exiled Russian prince. Angela assumed the title of princess and it was then that the once named "Cherokee Grove" came to be known as "Princess Place." The original lodge, built by Henry Cutting, stills stands as Flagler County's oldest intact structure. It is also home to Florida's very first in-ground swimming pool.
Available Facilities and Activities:
• Campfire Rings
• Camping - Equestrian
• Camping - Group
• Camping - Primitive
• Canoe/Kayak Launch
• Canoeing and Kayaking
• Hiking/Nature Trails
• Historic Site
• Horse/Equestrian Trails
• Interpretive Exhibit
• Picnic Pavilion
• Restroom Facilities
• Wildlife Viewing
Facility Usage Application
Parks and Recreation Fee Schedule
Hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Sunday. There are Lodge tours Friday through Sunday at 2 p.m. Camping check-in is from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Ranger Station. For more information about camping or pavilion rentals, call Parks and Recreation at 386-313-4020.