The Betty Steflik Memorial Preserve's 217 acres offer the visitor a unique view of the salt marsh and coastal scrub communities. Walk the trails through the coastal scrub and stroll the boardwalk over the salt marsh for a close-up view of the plants and animals of these marine communities in their natural habitat. Whether bird watching, fishing from the pier, launching a boat from the Moody Boat Launch in the Intracoastal Waterway, or picnicking; the reserve offers a peaceful glimpse remembrance of the past, preserved for our future. Open from dawn until 11:00 pm, the preserve is located in Flagler Beach about a quarter mile west of A1A and lies along the eastern side of the Intracoastal Waterway south of State Road 100.
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54.5 miles: heading south on the byway.
Points Of Interest
- Ponte Vedra Beach
- Bird Island Park
- Mickler’s Landing
- Guana Tolomato Matanzas
- Guana Tolomato Matanzas Environmental Ed Center
- Nease Beachfront Park
- Vilano Beach
- Colonial St. Augustine
- St. Augustine
- The Flagler Factor
- America’s Tourism Capital 1890-1930
- Anastasia Island
- Fort Matanzas – National Monument
- Marineland and UF Whitney Lab
- Washington Oaks Gardens State Park
- Malacompra Plantation Archaeological Site
- Betty Steflik Memorial Reserve
- Flagler Beach Pier
- Gamble Rogers Memorial State Park