Gamble Rogers State Park

Flagler Beach, Florida

Contact Information
3100 South A1A
Flagler Beach, Florida 32136

Reservation Information: 1-800-326-3521

The park is located on the east coast of Florida, 3 miles south of Flagler Beach and 18 miles north of Daytona Beach on historic A1A.


Hours of Operation Florida state parks are open from 8 a.m. until sundown 365 days a year.

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Alcoholic beverages are not permitted in Florida State Parks. Please place all trash in its proper place and do not feed the wildlife.

Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Inter- coastal Waterway, this 144-acre park offers coastal camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, and nature study. The daily low tide is an ideal time to observe the shore birds feeding in tidal ponds, and summer months bring sea turtles to lay their eggs in the sand.

At night during the months of May through early September endangered and threatened Loggerhead, Green and the rare Leatherback sea turtles crawl on the beach to nest and lay their eggs as they have done for thousands of years. A wide variety of bird life can be observed during the fall, winter and spring months.

On the west side of A1A lies the Intra coastal waterway part of the park. Here you will find the Ranger Station, boat ramp and boat basin, with excellent saltwater fishing and access tothe Intra coastal waterway. The area also has picnic tables, a large picnic pavilion and ? mile nature trail. It is a great place to watch birds and offers a beautiful sunset.

This 144-acre park offers coastal camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing, and nature study. The daily low tide is an ideal time to observe the shore birds feeding in tidal ponds, and summer months bring sea turtles to lay their eggs in the sand.

Full Facility Camping
The Park has 34 campsites that directly overlook the Atlantic Ocean. All sites have electricity (30amp), water, picnic tables, ground grills, and NO SHADE. The campground has a bathhouse with hot showers and modern conveniences and an RV dump station. Also, if anyone in your party has special needs, please let us know and we will do everything possible to assist you. Whenever available, the Park will also provide firewood. Although pets are allowed in the campsite, they are not permitted on the beach. Also, proof of current rabies vaccination is required.

Reservations are strongly recommended, especially on the traditional holidays of Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day. During the months of February and March, campsites are in very high demand and go quickly.

Non-Florida residents must have a saltwater fishing license.

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