Marineland, located at the northern tip of Flagler County along the Florida coastal corridor, is named after the namesake Marineland marine animal park, the oldest existing marine center in the United States. You can still visit Marineland and enjoy interacting with the dolphins at the research center as well as other marine life. Marineland operates in conjunction with the Georgia Aquarium and the University of Florida’s Whitney Marine Science facility, along with other federal and state programs and organizations located in the area.
Homes in Marineland are generally single family homes both directly on the coast and nearby, as the barrier island is less than a mile wide between the coastline and the Matanzas River (Intracoastal Waterway). Many lots are also available for residential development.