Dog Friendly Beaches in Flagler Beach, FL

There’s 1 dog friendly beach in Flagler Beach, and 5 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Flagler Beach.

Pet Friendly Flagler Beach
Flagler Beach Flagler Beach in Florida welcomes leashed dogs on the beach located North of N 10th Street and South of S 10th Street only. Parking is available off of A1A on any side street. Leashes should be 8 feet long or shorter. Bring your own doggie bags and water. See Details
Pet Friendly Crescent Beach
Crescent Beach Located just three miles south of St. Augustine Beach, Crescent Beach offers plenty of sand and surf for you to enjoy with your pup. Dogs must be leashed at all times. See Details
Old Salt Park Dog-friendly Old Salt Road Beach Park in Palm Coast, FL is a popular coast park and beach amidst the Ocean Hammock Resort, which also provides access to the coquina rock formations on the coast. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the beach. There are plenty of parking spaces and restrooms with an outside shower. See Details
River to Sea Preserve Located on both sides of the A1A at Marineland, the River to Sea Preserve in Palm Coast features 90 acres of protected maritime scrub environment with public beach access, walking trails and ecological education opportunities. Leashed dogs are permitted to join their humans throughout the preserve. See Details
Matanzas Inlet Bridge Matanzas Inlet Bridge is pet-friendly. You can park up on the east or west side of the bridge for access to the beach and inlet. Leashed dogs are welcome and can even get across to a nice sandbar for some off-leash fun. Gain access from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Fort Matanzas National Monument Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome to join their humans at the historic Fort Matanzas National Monument, including on the beach and trails. Dogs are not permitted on the ferry, in the fort, or in the visitor center, with the exception of service animals. See Details