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Varn Park

3665 N. Oceanshore Blvd., Flagler Beach
UPDATE February 14, 2019:  Varn Park is temporarily closed weekdays. 
Construction-staging for the Flagler County Dunes Restoration project has moved to Varn Park, and the oceanside park will be closed on weekdays only.  
The park will be open for public use on weekends. We appreciate your cooperation, and apologize for any inconvenience while we work to complete this critical project. 


Varn Park is just a short drive north of Flagler Beach. The eight-acre park offers wheelchair access to the beach, plus restrooms with outdoor showers. The ample parking includes ADA-compliant spaces. 

Varn Park is an excellent spot for shorebird observation, as well as "line" birds, particularly scrub jays, that frequent overhead wires between the park north to the Matanzas Inlet. It
is also a popular spot for surf fishing, and on most days fisherman can be seen casting for blues, whiting, flounder, and snapper, among others.

Available Facilities and Activities:

• Beaches
• Fishing
• Pets
• Picnicking
• Restroom Facilities
• Showers

• Wildlife Viewing

 

Facility Usage Application
Parks and Recreation Fee Schedule

Hours are dawn to 11 p.m. Monday through Sunday. For more information, call Parks and Recreation at 386-313-4020.