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Flagler Beach Pier

Many say the Flagler Beach Pier is the “heart” of the community. Located at Mood Boulevard (SR 100) and Oceanshore Boulevard (Scenic Highway A1A,) the Pier has been a Flagler Beach landmark since 1925. You can’t miss the pier, if you’re new in town. The large trademark “Flagler Beach” sign has been featured in Florida travel guides for years. The Pier was originally about 1,000 feet long, but has been knocked down and repaired a few times and is now approximately 800 feet long. It’s open every day, year round, and offers good fishing for croakers, black drum, sheepshead, flounder, bluefish, kingfish and occasionally tarpon. For a real treat, the endangered Right Whales are often sighted from the Flagler Beach Pier during the winter months. The Pier is a great place just to walk and relax or photograph the surrounding beaches and ocean views, watch surfers, or have a picnic at one of the shaded tables or shelters along the boardwalk. For those wishing to fish off the pier, you don’t need to purchase a special license, as the admission to the pier includes their fishing license for the day from the pier. The boardwalk area and pier are both accessible to those with disabilities. There is also a dune walkover on the north side of the pier for the disabled.

There are plenty of restaurants and eateries available, including a great seafood restaurant that offers beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean while you dine. Lots of “Old Florida” type activities are centered around the Pier, including surfing and fishing contests, the “Old-Fashioned Fourth of July at the Beach,” and “Holiday at the Beach,” festivals and parades. Only a half-block away is the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center, which is located in the local Historical Museum. There, you can pick up maps and flyers about other things to do in the area, plus information, books, postcards and books about the Flagler Beach area.


 
 
 

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