Lehigh Trailhead

Opening soon, this trailhead provides access to Flagler County's Lehigh Trail. The trailhead features a dog park, community gardens, restrooms, and plentiful parking. It is located adjacent to the Southern Recreation Center.

Trailhead Amenities

Community Gardens

Dog Park

Trail Access

Parking

Restrooms

The Lehigh Trailhead is situated along Flagler County's Lehigh Trail. This new amenity features lighted parking, a restroom building, community gardens, a small and large dog park, and access to Lehigh Trail.

Lehigh Trail parallels the Lehigh Canal for much of its length. It travels from U.S. 1 north of Bunnell and goes through Town Center and Graham Swamp Preserve, ending at Flagler County's Lehigh Trailhead on Colbert Lane. The trail runs east-west for 6.7 miles and is situated on the bed of an old railroad spur that connected the Lehigh Portland Cement Company to the Florida East Coast Railroad. The Lehigh Trail is owned and maintained by Flagler County. Please visit Flagler County's website for the most up-to-date information regarding trail updates, maintenance, and closures. 

The Lehigh Trailhead features 18 community garden plots, 12 standard plots, and six elevated ADA-accessible plots. The plots are 4 feet by 10 feet. Gardeners must provide their own seeds, plants, and supplies, and all gardens must be organic, meaning no pesticides will be allowed. Compost bins are available for use at the park. Plots are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis and are $15 for a six-month term. 

We are currently keeping a list of interested parties. To join the list, please call the Community Center front desk at 386-986-2323.

The Lehigh Trailhead offers separate spaces for both small and large dogs to play and socialize. We take great pride in keeping our parks in tip-top shape! This means performing regular maintenance. The Lehigh Trailhead dog parks will close on Tuesdays and Fridays from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. for regular, preventative maintenance. The James F. Holland Memorial Park dog parks will be open to accommodate these closures. 

Please be sure to read and adhere to our dog park rules, for the safety and comfort of all our pups!

  • Owners are responsible for their dog(s) at all times
  • Use the park at your own risk
  • Dog must be up-to-date on shots and licensed by the City
  • Dogs must be leashed while entering and exiting the park
  • Dog waste must be cleaned up by their owners immediately
  • Dog handlers must be at least 16 years of age
  • Children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by an adult
  • Aggressive dogs must be removed immediately
  • Dog(s) should be under voice control
  • The City is not responsible for toys and items left behind
  • The following are not allowed
    • Human and dog food and treats
    • Puppies under four months old
    • Glass containers
    • Sick dogs
    • Dogs in heat

Address

1350 Belle Terre Parkway
Palm Coast, FL 32164

Hours of Operation

Monday-Sunday, 7am to 7pm

Parks & Recreation
Parks & Recreation Main Line

This project is funded in part with a grant from the Florida Department of Transportation.