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Palm Coast, Flagler County, FL

Palm Coast, the most populated area, located approximately five miles west of the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, is the largest city in Flagler County which is located in the Northeast part of Central Florida on the Atlantic Ocean. Nestled between Daytona Beach to our south and St. Augustine to the north, Palm Coast was once known as a retirement community. In 1917, the county was named for Henry Morrison Flagler, developer and railroad magnate who built the Florida East Coast Railway. Flagler County is one of 67 counties in Florida. Flagler County encompasses 485 square miles of land.

Palm Coast is situated in the eastern portion of Flagler County, which is located on the Atlantic Ocean, in the heart of Northeast Florida, equidistant between the cities of Jacksonville and Orlando. Palm Coast is approximately 90 miles south of the Georgia state border. Currently, Flagler County has a population estimated at 92,000 residents and covers an area of approximately 60 square miles with 23 miles of saltwater and 46 miles of freshwater canals and the Intracoastal Waterway and just minutes from pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches.

An active lifestyle and the natural environment go hand-in-hand here. The City offers a dozen beautiful parks, 125+ miles of connecting trails and paths for walking/bicycling, abundant fishing and boating, a year-round Running Series, and world-class tennis and golf. In 2015, Palm Coast was named a “Healthy Weight Champ” by the Surgeon General of Florida Pubic Health because of the active living and healthy eating. Lined with historic oaks, towering pines and indigenous vegetation, Palm Coast’s parks and trails showcase the splendid elegance of the native Florida landscape.

Bird-watching is popular at St. Joe Walkway and Linear Park, which are designated as Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trails, and visitors can spot dolphins and seabirds as they stroll along the Intracoastal at Waterfront Park. A recent article (February 2015) in the Chicago Tribune proclaimed that Palm Coast (along with Flagler Beach) a place to feed the body and soul with the abundance of historical landmarks and the natural splendor of the area.

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Northern area of Palm Coast:
Matanzas Woods – L Section
Indian Trails – B Section
Palm Harbor – C and F Sections
Saltwater canals can be found in the C and F Sections.

Central area of Palm Coast:
Woodlands – BL Section (East of 95)
Pine Lakes – W Section
Belle Terre – P Section
Pine Grove – P Section
Lehigh Woods – R Section
Cypress Knoll – E Section

Southern area of Palm Coast:
Quail Hollow – K, S, LL Sections
Seminole Woods – S, U Sections

Flagler Beach, Flagler County, FL

Flagler Beach is located on six miles of pristine cinnamon colored sandy beaches, thanks to crushed coquina shells, of the Atlantic Ocean. With its quaint feeling of stepping back into time when approaching from the mainland over the Intracoastal Waterway, the views of the Atlantic Ocean, the expansive Flagler Beach fishing pier, and colorfully dotted neighborhood beckons you to relax. The small town feel of this ocean community will make you smile as you wander the oceanfront searching for restaurants or a refreshing drink after a day at the beach or fishing or just exploring. In 2013, Flagler Beach was voted the 4th Coolest Small Town in the United States by Budget Travel.

A recent article (February 2015) in the Chicago Tribune proclaimed that Flagler Beach (along with Palm Coast) a place to feed the body and soul. Watch for the sea turtles returning to nest, dolphins playing in the surf, or the right whales in their migration, there is always something for everyone in Flagler Beach.

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Bunnell, Flagler County, FL

Bunnell is the county seat for Flagler County and one of the oldest communities along the east coast of Florida. Located west of Palm Coast, Bunnell offers a wide variety of housing options from residential to equestrian and agricultural domains where you will find sprawling fields of vegetables, sod, as well as beautiful homes in a residential area.

The Town of Bunnell was officially incorporated in 1913, but its history as a community dates back to the 1880’s. The picturesque City of Bunnell was officially incorporated in 1924 and is steeped in Florida’s history and its growth can be associated with the railroad.

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