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Linear Park

Walk, bike, explore, and play at this peaceful, passive park.

Facility Amenities



Bocce Ball

Trail Access

Mountain Bike Trails

Picnic Pavilion



Bike Maintenance Station

Nestled between the eastbound and westbound lanes of Palm Coast Parkway, Linear Park's 57 acres feature many amenities for all to enjoy, including a playground, picnic pavilions, an outdoor classroom, hiking and mountain biking trails, shuffleboard, bocce ball, and bird watching. The park has been designated as a Great Florida Birding Trail by the Audubon Society for its vast diversity of bird species. 

In January 2024, the City of Palm Coast, in partnership with Flagler County, unveiled a StoryWalk® at Linear Park. Beginning at the trailhead and continuing onto St. Joe Walkway, the StoryWalk® features twenty kiosks spread over a half-mile that contain the pages of a themed story. Families can walk the trail and enjoy the story, combining literacy and time in nature.

Linear Park is also home to our nature programming, including nature walks, early education exploration, and Children Helping in Resource Protection, or CHIRP.

Interested parties and organizations may rent the pavilions at Linear Park for external events, gatherings, etc. 

$45 Daily Rate
Linear Park offers three rentable picnic pavilions and one covered patio space. Our pavilions offer different seating and capacity options. Please visit here to view availability.

Additional Fees
Security Deposit: $50 (refundable pending post-event park inspection)

Reservations designated by the City of Palm Coast as a “Special Event” must adhere to the rules and procedures of the current Special Event Ordinance. This includes attending a Special Events Review Team (SERT) meeting. For more information, visit the External Events page.


31 Greenway Court
Palm Coast, FL 32137

Hours of Operation

Monday-Sunday, 7am to 7pm

Parks & Recreation
Parks & Recreation Main Line
Flagler County Environmentally Sensitive Lands Program

This project is partly funded with a grant from the Flagler County Environmentally Sensitive Lands Program.

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Florida Communities Trust

Funding for the acquisition of this site was provided by the Florida Communities Trust using Florida Forever funds. Acquired in 2000.