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How much does it cost to stay in Marineland?
Usually, a stay in Marineland starts at $130 per night.
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You can find 72 available vacation rentals in Marineland.
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Marineland is a small town in Florida that is home to the state’s first marine mammal park. Whether you’re in town to swim with the dolphins, or are staying local while you spend your days exploring big cities like Palm Coast or St. Augustine, you have plenty of opportunities for fun in this small coastal town.
Things to do in Marineland
Since Marineland is so small, there are only a few things to do inside the city. However, there are so many nearby places that you can travel to for some fun! Marineland Dolphin Adventure is the amusement park that makes up most of the town, where you can do anything from petting dolphins to swimming with them. There is also a River to Sea Trail Preserve in town that offers a vast amount of hiking trails and cool nature trails for you to explore. Nearby is Pellicer Creek Aquatic preserve, where you and the family can try canoeing, kayaking or fishing. Love nature? The Friends of Washington Oaks Gardens State Park is just outside of town, and showcases the beauty of towering trees and a boulder-filled beach. Fishers should check out Faver-Dykes State Park, another cool nature home to both freshwater and saltwater fish.
Marineland Day Trips
There are a nice variety of day trips you can take from Marineland. Palm Coast is just south of town, and features many different farmer’s markets, preserves, and national parks for you to explore. In the opposite direction is St. Augustine, the oldest city in the U.S. and holds fun attractions like Ripley’s Believe it or Not and Fiesta Falls Mini Golf. St. Augustine is also the perfect place if you are planning a fun shopping day. Planning a beach day? Flagler Beach is a short distance south, and is the great place for a cozy weekend getaway. Love the outdoors? Faver Dykes State Park is only a short distance away from town, and is the perfect place for a good weekend camping trip. For a camping trip by the later, check out a weekend getaway to Pellicer Creek Aquatic Preserve.
Whether you decide to explore marine mammals during your vacation or want to plan a day trip outside the town, we make it easy for you to find the perfect place to stay. If you’re planning a fun shopping day in St. Augustine, we recommend rentals located north of town in order to make that trip shorter. Staying local? Try one of the rentals we have available right along the coast of town, with great views on the Atlantic Ocean. Those who want to adventure outdoors should choose a rental located south of town close to Palm Coast or Faver Dykes State Park, so a quick weekend camping trip won’t require too long of a drive. Regardless of where you decide to stay, you can compare rentals by price, ratings, reviews and more on Tripping. Book your Marineland rental today!
Transportation in Marineland
Since Marineland is so small, there are no public transportation options directly in town. Palm Coast has a shuttle-like service that offers service to the town, but otherwise your best bet would be to rent a car somewhere close by like St. Augustine from a place like Hertz or Budget Car Rental.
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