Washington Oaks

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This area has belonged both to Native Americans and Spanish settlers in its past, and the state park land here was once a plantation with ties to relatives of George Washington. Witnesses have reported some ghostly goings-on here, including strange lights near the plantation home and poltergeist shenanigans in the visitor center.

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6400 North Ocean Shore Boulevard
Palm Coast, FL
United States

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29.633124, -81.20748300000002
Flagler County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Marineland, FL (2.5 mi.)
Palm Coast, FL (3.3 mi.)
Beverly Beach, FL (9.0 mi.)
Crescent Beach, FL (9.8 mi.)
Bunnell, FL (11.9 mi.)
Flagler Beach, FL (11.9 mi.)
Butler Beach, FL (12.0 mi.)
Saint Augustine Shores, FL (13.7 mi.)
Saint Augustine Beach, FL (15.4 mi.)
Saint Augustine South, FL (15.8 mi.)

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