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On Florida’s northeast coast, midway between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach, is Palm Coast.  This community occupies 42,000 lush acres of coastal and Intracoastal Waterway and inland forest in Flagler County.

Palm Coast Palm Coast is situated on 26 miles of saltwater canals, 53 miles of freshwater canals and steps away from the Intracoastal Waterway and the pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches. Lush native trees and plants along the parkways are reminiscent of “old Florida”.

Fun, active recreation and leisure are all in abundance here. What is your pleasure? Your choice might be boating year-round in the extensive canal system and the Intracoastal waterway, picnicking in one of the many parks located inside the city, or jogging on one of the winding trails through the forest or spotting dolphins and sea birds along the Intracoastal waterway.

If water sports, walking or jogging doesn’t appeal to you, tennis or golf might be the answer. Palm Coast has numerous inviting golf courses to test your skill. After tennis, boating or golf, it’s time to relax and try one of our many fine restaurants, or a leisurely stroll at the Palm Harbor Shopping Center, or one of the many shops located in charming shopping centers scattered along the arterial streets.

‘Find Your Florida’, the City’s newest brand/theme, celebrates the natural beauty and amenities of Palm Coast’s trails, beaches, golf, tennis, boating and active lifestyle and will market these virtues to nationwide visitors and possible new landowners. For more information on Palm Coast, please visit


These other cities of Flagler County offer visitors a taste of old and new Florida and residents a quality of life that cannot be surpassed.

Flagler Beach Person Doing Fishing at Flager Beach  A Person Surfing at Flagler Beach

Photos courtesy of the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce

Flagler Beach

Is located on Florida’s east coast between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine and is home to more than 5,520 residents.  Since its incorporation in April 1925, Flagler Beach has grown from a sleepy fishing village to a unique seaside community while retaining much of its original charm.  It is home to six miles of uncrowded beaches, many great fishing spots including the Flagler Beach Municipal Pier, restaurants with oceanfront dining, gift shops and a whole host of recreational facilitites.

Bunnell City Hall Horse Riding Bunnell School in Flagler

Photos courtesy of the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce


is the County Seat and was first incorporated in 1913 but has come a long way from its humble beginnings. From 2005 to 2007 Bunnell annexed more than 92,000 acres of land, increasing its size from 4 square miles to approximately 141 square miles and making Bunnell one of the largest cities in Florida. This quaint city holds many of the historic treasures of Flagler County within its city limits.