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All reviews fish bait shop funky pelican great view small fee watch surfers admission fee bring your own free parking view of the ocean palm coast old florida nice walk short walk across the street hurricane pole
Military discount, wooden pier that has been rebuilt over the years.
Great spot for fishing, watching surfers, and soaking up the sun.
Only one drawback is it seems to be common spot for homeless individuals and teenage boys to gather which can be off putting...More
I love the piers, from the fishers to the couples...everyone loving the sea on their face and the view back to the beach or out to sea. Was rough when we went and you could feel the waves pounding against the pier! Pay the $1.50,...More
Came down to the beach today it’s 87 with nice beeeze red sand water so war and just getting my tan on and enjoying I recommend this beach not that packed parking easy and a lot shopping I’ll visit again again again and again lol
My husband and I we enjoy to go fishing, we always go around Florida looking for piers to pass our days off.... this pass weekend we stay by Daytona beach and since the was remodeling the pier we start looking for others options.... Flagler pier...More
This is a real focal Point of Flagler Beach the Pier built in 1927, nice for a stroll and watch the surfers hitting the big breakers, watching the fishermen catching fish such as reds, whiting, sheepshead drum plus many others.
If you have no fishing...More
It's fun & inexpensive to take a walk down this pier. It costs $1.50 per person to sightsee & it's worth it. The views are spectacular especially at sunset, the breeze is refreshing & if there are surfers out, it's entertaining to watch them.
The pier must be repaired to reopen. it is scheduled to reopen in March, but that is not definite according to city staff. However, the pier as we know it is to replaced by a more secure concrete pier using FEMA money from... More
The pier must be repaired to reopen. it is scheduled to reopen in March, but that is not definite according to city staff. However, the pier as we know it is to replaced by a more secure concrete pier using FEMA money from the storm in the not to distant future.