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Washington Oaks Gardens State Park

Washington Oaks Gardens State Park is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River on a site originally used as a hunting ground by the Native Americans. The gardens were established by Louise and Owen Young in the 1930s and gifted to the state in 1965. Washington Oaks is planted with a a combination of native and exotic species. There is also a Rose Garden.

6400 North Oceanshore Blvd, Palm Coast, Florida, USA, FL 32173

All year. Daily. Open 8am to dusk.

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Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, Florida Photograph © Sandy Manwell
Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, Palm Coast Photograph © Danielle Floyd