Things To do at Topaz Motel Flagler Beach, FLORIDA

Welcome to the Topaz Motel/Hotel conveniently located 3 Miles east of I-95 (Exit 91) & 12 Blocks South of SR 100 offers a great value as well as a great location. Guests at Our Topaz Motel/Hotel are offered with a myriad of attractions from outdoor recreation to an old-fashioned farmer’s market and wildlife viewing.

Flagler Beach: Flagler Beach is is a tranquil seaside village. It’s situated on a narrow island bordered on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by the Intracoastal Waterway.

Municipal pier: Flagler Beach has also always been a popular place to fish. You can cast off from the 804-foot municipal pier or surf at the ocean’s edge. Try your luck at catching flounder, redfish, snapper, snook, sheepshead, tarpon and other species. There is a boat launch at the county boat dock and at the nearby State Park.

Bulow Plantation: is another favorite spot for bird watchers, where a scenic walking trail leads visitors to the ruins of an old sugar mill.

Pristine beach: Six miles of pristine beach invites you to swim, surf, sun or engage in sandcastle building or searching for the perfect shell. Lifeguards are on duty at the beach Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Wickline Park: In Flagler Beach, you can walk west from downtown over a new high-rise bridge that crosses the Intracoastal Waterway for a great view of the wetlands, ocean and village. Eco-tours are available from Wickline Park to Flagship Harbor Park.

Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation: Area is a fascinating place where sea turtles come to lay their eggs May through September, and many species of songbirds can be spotted during the fall migration period.

Princess Place Preserve: The Princess Place Preserve is a unique historical attraction in Flagler Beach that contains the oldest standing homesite in the county. A Russian Prince and his wife once occupied this “lodge” in the late 19th century. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the Great Florida Birding Trail East Florida Section.

Marineland of Florida, the world’s first Oceanarium: is also located in Flagler Beach. It contains an aquatic area for performing dolphins, a motion picture studio and a renowned research laboratory. Other eco-tourism spots include Pellicer Creek Aquatic Preserve Corridor, the River to Sea Preserve (located right next to Marineland,) and Graham’s Swamp Conservation Area, which contains over two miles of hiking trails and bicycling trails, bird watching, nature study, bank fishing and camping.

Tennis courts: In addition to all of this, Flagler Beach has two public tennis courts and a 9-hole golf course, with several other 18-hole courses located within the county. Other recreational sports available in the area include kayaking, snorkeling, golf and tennis.

Farmer's market: Flagler Beach is host to an old-fashioned farmer’s market held in the center of town. The farmer's market is open every Friday and Saturday year round from sunrise until mid afternoon. Local artists sell everything from pottery, etched glass, natural soap and body products, handcrafted designer fabric bags and clothes. Other vendors sell restaurant quality crab cakes and coconut shrimp, dips and salad dressings,soy organic candles, fresh grown organic produce, Amish bakery items, pies, meats, cheeses and butter.

The friendly, helpful staff at the Topaz Motel/Hotel is ready to ensure a fun-filled memorable stay in Flagler Beach, Florida. Make a reservation today and save!

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