Outdoor enthusiasts can also explore nearby hiking trails, bring a kayak, or fish in the salt marshes along the Matanzas River and Pellicer Creek. History buffs will appreciate the continued partnership with Heritage Crossroads that brings historical demonstrators and exhibits to the festival, sharing stories of the area’s rich heritage and giving Princess Place the historical recognition it deserves.
If live music, a serene natural setting and educational opportunities are not enough, visitors can shop for handcrafted treasures at arts & crafts booths, walk through a photo exhibit featuring work from Flagler Palm Coast High School students, enjoy a delicious meal or snack from one of the 10 food vendors, and tour the hunting lodge.
Open from 10am- 5pm, Saturday, and 10am - 4pm Sunday. Admission is $7 per carload per day.