Get outdoors at Palm Coast’s ‘newest’ park (Scroll to Read)


One of Palm Coast’s most spectacular outdoor treasures – James F. Holland Memorial Park – reopened in June after undergoing restoration.

As Palm Coast’s oldest and largest park, Holland Park features 26 acres of diverse recreational amenities including the City’s only Dog Park. It has long been a family favorite, and people love the new and updated park!

There’s something for all ages. Get your exercise on the ¾-mile walking and running trail along the park's perimeter. Explore the unique playground themed after a sugar mill, complete with coquina rock structures featuring slides, bridges and ladders, a climbing wall, zip line and an archeological digging area.

Play with your pups at the 1½-acre Dog Park. There are separate play areas for large dogs and small, with wash-down stations at the secure entry area.

Get your play on at the many fields and courts! The park has 3 tennis courts, 1 junior-sized tennis court, 2 shuffleboard courts, 2 basketball courts, 4 striped pickleball courts, 2 bocce ball courts, 2 horseshoe pits, a sand volleyball court and 2 large multi-purpose sports fields. The 2 baseball fields include bleacher shade coverings for added comfort.

The park is also home to the Palm Coast Historical Society, and they would love to have you stop by to learn more about our history.

So come on over to Holland Park at 18 Florida Park Drive, and enjoy our “newest” oldest park. Another beautiful example of how Palm Coast is “Rooted in Nature!”

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