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Outing
Hiking & Exploring Princess Place Preserve

When:

Jan 23, 2010
Saturday 10:00am

Details:

Located at the confluence of Pellicer Creek and the Matanzas River, Princess Place Preserve protects Cherokee Grove, the oldest homestead in Flagler County.

We’ll hike the 4 .1 miles of scenic trails and visit the homestead. Please bring lunch, water, sun tan lotion and insect repellent. Children welcome. No pets please.

To car pool: meet at the Gate station at U.S. 1 and 210 at 9 a.m.

Contact Information:

Northeast Florida Group
Brian Paradise (904) 710-0479
bgparadise@comcast.net

Directions:

Princess Place Preserve
Princess Place Road
Palm Coast, FL 32137

... take I-95 south to exit 298 (old exit 92) to U.S. 1 south and go about 1.5 miles south on U.S. 1 until you see Old Kings Road on your left. Take this highway and follow signs on Princess Place Road into the Preserve.

We’ll meet in front of the Adirondack-style lodge in the main part of the Preserve next to Pellicer Creek at 10 a.m.

     
     

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