PALM COAST, Fla. — One beach in Flagler County has something you won’t see anywhere else.

Stretching along Palm Coast’s beach line is a geological formation with coquina rocks, hiding caves, and sea critters in the many nooks and crannies.

“The Rocks” at Washington Oaks State Park is roughly 125,000 thousand years ago, with a sort of limestone rock that has stood the test of time.

It’s all formed from seashells and ocean water, which is where it get its name coquina, which is Spanish for “tiny shell.”

The rocks are constantly changing and molding into something new for our Florida sea life to call home.

“The Rocks” at Washington Oaks State Park are open to the public seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

To learn more about this attraction, watch the video above.