Palm Coast, Florida and Cinnamon Beach offer many Adult and Family activities such as golf, tennis, boating, sailing, jet skiing, fishing, kayaking, bike riding, horseback riding, nature preserve, Marineland Oceanarium, Kennedy Space Center, Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios, Daytona International Speedway, Fort Matanzas in St Augustine, Lazy River at Hammock Beach, shopping in nearby
St. Augustine and many five star restaurants.
Ocean Hammock Golf Club
Play the Ocean Course at Hammock Beach, home of the Ginn Championship, a PGA Champions Tour event. Jack Nicklaus' Masterpiece in Palm Coast, Florida as described by the Ocean Course at Hammock Beach website: "The only true oceanfront course to open in Florida in more than seventy years, Ocean Hammock Club opened in 2000 and quickly earned accolades from pros and amateurs alike.
Jack Nicklaus maintained the elevated mounds of scrub oak and native brush called "hammocks" to create natural ocean barriers and used native coquina sand to mold the distinctive cinnamon-colored bunkers. Eight of the Ocean Course's holes are on the Atlantic Ocean, while the remaining wind through unspoiled wetlands and past sparkling lakes.
The last four holes of the 7,201-yard, par 72 course have been nicknamed the "Bear's Claw" and are considered to be among the most memorable finishing holes anywhere.
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Daytona International Speedway
The Daytona International Speedway is a short drive south of Cinnamon Beach. Excitement is included at no charge during race day.
Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World
Treat yourself and your family to a day of fun and fantasy at either Disney World, Universal Studios or Sea World. Located in Orlando, Florida these theme parks are just a short drive.
Kennedy Space Center
Think you have seen everything? Not until you have been front and center at Kennedy Space Center during a launch. This activity makes a vacation at Cinnamon Beach something you will always talk about!
St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park's History
Founded in 1893, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm is one of the oldest zoological attractions. For over a century, it has entertained millions of visitors, lured by the awesome presence of captive reptiles, long regarded in the popular imagination as at once mysterious, dangerous and frightening.
Fort Matanzas National Monument
Coastal Florida was a major field of conflict as European nations fought for control in the New World. As part of this struggle, Fort Matanzas guarded St. Augustine's southern river approach. The colonial wars are over, but the monument is still protecting!
Marineland's dolphin conservation center offers a wide variety of opportunities for meeting dolphins. Programs range from up-close encounters at pools edge to deep water swimming.
St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum
It silently stands guarding St. Augustine's treacherous inlet as it has for hundreds of years.
Completed in 1874, the current lighthouse replaced earlier towers which existed since the Spanish occupation when Pedro Menendez founded the city. A coquina watchtower became Florida's
first official lighthouse on April 15, 1824.