Hanging out at the beach or clubhouse swimming pool and jacuzzi, walking along the beach or parkways, golfing, biking, boating/kayaking–you can pick from a variety of activities to keep you busy during your stay at Sea Colony.
Some Local Parks/Walking & Hiking:
- Washington Oaks: This is an awesome state park, located across the street from Sea Colony. It has a really nice bike and walking paths, a beautiful rose garden, and some picnic areas alongside the intercoastal. To check it out, click here
- Bings Landing. Adjacent to Washington Oaks and down 1/10 of a mile from Sea Colony, Bing’s Landing offers a convenient place to boak/kayak, picnic.
- If you’re willing to drive about 15 to 20 minutes, don’t miss Price Park Preserve. You can rent kayaks here as well. One of the most beautiful sites in FL in my opinion.
- For a complete listing of Flager County parks, visit here: Flagler County, Florida
The Palm Coast area provides some of the best golfing in Florida. Below are links to some sample courses. Here’s a link to some additional golfing information: here.
A signature design by Jack Nicklaus, the Ocean Hammock Golf Club is Florida’s first oceanfront course since the 1920’s. This pristine parcel of oceanfront property is set amidst dunes and natural landscape and features more ocean play than any other course on the state’s east coast. Six holes overlook the ocean, including a magnificent 468-yard, par four finishing hole. Lakes, dunes, forested terrain and five different tee options, add to the challenge. Golf amenities will include a spacious clubhouse with ocean views, putting and chipping areas and a state-of-the-art teaching facility. Click here to view Ocean Hammock.
Gary Player designed Cypress Knoll Golf Club to conform to the boundaries of native wetlands and natural lakes. At 6,591 yards, it’s been called an “environmental masterpiece” that can be enjoyed by all players. The narrow fairways are lined with hazards that make reaching the greens in regulation a challenge, and the collection of par threes is the best you’ll find anywhere.
“Pine Lakes Country Club, at 7,074 yards, is the longest of Palm coast’s courses, and many say the most forgiving. Its many charms have earned it a ranking as one of Florida’s 50 best. Opened in 1980, Pine Lakes bears the indelible stamp of its designer, Arnold Palmer, featuring broad fairways, a multitude of white sand bunkers, and agenerous supply of water. Pine Lakes was voted the 13th best course in Florida.
The Matanzas Woods Golf Club was named one of the best new resort courses in Florida by Golf Digest. The Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay design has an abundance of water and rolling fairways, and is a favorite with men and women players. The 18th hole, with its island green, is among the most photographed holes in Florida.