Away from the hustle and bustle of daily life at the end of County Road 2006, you can enjoy Florida nature at its finest. With 25 RV campsites available, you can bring your friends or family and stay a while. The scenery is breathtaking and the there is no place better to relax and drop in a line. This pristine park is enjoyed by all, especially the locals feathered, furry and http://finned.Glimpse an osprey, great blue heron, or anhinga or watch an alligator sunning itself on the bank. The 1005 acre preserve borders Haw Creek for approximately two miles along its southern boundary. Perhaps one of the most undiscovered pieces of paradise in Flagler County is on its western border at the Bull Creek Campground. Perched on the edge of some of the best fresh water fishing in the state, Bull Creek is one of Flagler County’s newest parks featuring a boat launch facility, bait shop and a lakeside restaurant. For more information or to book a campsite, please call (386) 313-4020.