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Beautiful day, beautiful park. Saw people removing large chunk of coquina though. I guess they couldn’t read. Great access even for handicapped. Different beach than you find in other parts of the East coast of Florida.
We spent a very windy, cool day at the park just walking around the gardens and trail and beach. We sat on the intercoastal side and watched dolphins jump in the water. It is not a huge area, but is very well maintained and has...More
Washington Oaks Gardens State Park is located on A1A just South of Marine Land.
Prior to being donated to the state the land was owned by industrialist Owen Young. Several years after his death his wife Louise donated the property to the state of Florida....More
I visited the park on our last day in Florida.
I didn't expect much to be in bloom in the gardens, but was pleasantly surprise by the camilias, a bromeliad, and a few iris. The oaks were Hugh and lovely. I walked throughout the gardens...More
We didn't realize the rocks were on the opposite side as the park, however, the gardens and roses were beautiful as well as the rest of the flowers and sights. The beach is basically shells the closer to the water you get, so we had...More
We enjoyed Washington Oaks Garden State Park so much that we have already recommended it to friends! The formal garden were very peaceful, the walking path were well-maintained, and the historic house formerly owned by Owen Young (advisor to several US presidents) was very interesting...More
This state park is a beautiful reminder of days gone by that we can enjoy today. The gardens are spectacular and well-maintained, and the trails wind through native Florida habitat. Don't miss the beach across the road where shells are abundant.