On Tuesday, Flagler County reopened additional park amenities with limitations after the cities of Bunnell and Palm Coast eased their own park restrictions, according to a county press release.


The walking trail around the Carver Center fields in Bunnell is now open. The trails at Graham Swamp and Lehigh Trail, both within Palm Coast, are open. Additionally, tennis and pickleball courts at Old Dixie Park, the Hammock Community Center and at Flagler Technical Institute A1A Center are now open, according to the release.


"We wanted to provide some additional ability for our residents to exercise with proper social distancing," said General Services Director Heidi Petito in the press release. "Walking trails are open, mountain biking trails are open and tennis and pickleball courts can be used now. Of course, we reopened the beachfront parks when we removed time limitations at the beach."


On April 16, Flagler County reopened its parks on a trial basis as long as residents practiced social distancing. The cities of Bunnell and Palm Coast did not reopen their parks at that time.


Community centers, playgrounds, sports fields, courts, pavilion rentals, the skate park and the buildings at Princess Place Preserve remain closed. Officials will determine whether to open additional facilities once they evaluate the success of easing these limitations.


Additional information for parks in the cities of Bunnell and Palm Coast include:


Bunnell


JB King Park and Carver Fields


– No access to facilities such as bathrooms and water fountains


– Playgrounds, exercise equipment and picnic tables are off limits


Palm Coast


Parks and trails are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., but restrooms, playgrounds and pavilions are closed.


Parks that are open:


– Birds Of Paradise Nature Preserve


– Central Park In Town Center


– Graham Swamp


– Heroes Memorial Park


– Hidden Lakes Trail


– Long Creek Nature Preserve


– Palm Coast Linear Park and St. Joe’s Walkway


– Waterfront Park and Intracoastal Waterway Trail


Palm Coast recreational amenities and active sports parks, including basketball courts, tennis, and pickleball courts, remain closed at the following locations:


– Belle Terre Park


– Community Center


– Indian Trails Sports Complex


– James F. Holland Memorial Park


– Ralph Carter Park


– Seminole Woods Neighborhood Park


– Palm Coast Aquatic Center


– Palm Coast Community Center


– Palm Harbor Golf Course


– Palm Coast Tennis Center