Things To Do
You’ve made it here, and now it’s time to explore. What do you do first?
If it’s the beach, we’ve got plenty – 19 miles of pristine, cinnamon-colored beaches where you can soak in the sun or surf on the third largest waves in the state.
Pitch your umbrella and towel and start soaking up the sun.
If exploration is on your itinerary, you’ll have no problem discovering some fun spots and activities. We have more than 40 parks and preserves and more than 90 miles of trails for hiking, biking, kayaking, bird watching, fishing, boating. You name it!
If hitting the greens is a must, look no further. We have a collection of spectacular golf courses. Even one that plays directly alongside the Atlantic Ocean. Tennis is another favorite in the county, with professionals playing at our tennis center several times throughout the year. Or bring your own racquet to our local and county courts.
If you’re looking for events, we honor everything from local seafood to the local agricultural crop at the Potato Festival. From the rodeo to the ballet, from creekside to oceanfront, from marathons to mud-bogging.
Get the idea? If you want it we’ve got it. Enjoy!
Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches is the place to be this fall! Check out these great events.
With its captivating beauty, year round sunshine and miles of unspoiled shoreline, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches is a perfect destination for golf lovers who want to immerse themselves in nature while perfecting their game. The area is home to several courses designed by some of the top names in golf, as well as fairways that take advantage of the region's natural hazards.
Check your stress at the door and treat yourself to a day of luxury at one of the area's rejuvenating spas. Give in to the healing power of deep-tissue massage, an herbal body wrap, seaweed scrub or one of the hundreds of other soul soothing services available here.
Home to dozens of restaurants ranging from beach side casual to upscale bistros, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches welcome many visitors who vacation here just to experience the culinary scene. Whether you're looking for local flavors like fried oysters and gator tails, international delicacies, or some of the freshest seafood in Florida, here are 13 spots you don’t want to miss during your next visit to Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches.
Looking for ways to beat the heat this summer? Here are five things to do to keep cool in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches.
The mix of inspiring natural backdrops and diverse talent has created a buzzing scene that makes Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches a must-visit for anyone who appreciates the arts. Ready to explore? Here are some of the area’s top galleries, shops and venues to visit.
Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches continue to attract visitors from around the world to its gorgeous ocean and cinnamon-colored sand. But did you know it’s also home to some of the most important marine life and vegetation? Unbeknownst to beachgoers, their presence can be very damaging to the natural ecosystem of the area. However, your beach visit doesn’t have to be. From being mindful of your waste to following the guidelines on respecting the private space of nesting sea turtles to volunteering at a local rehabilitation lab for turtles, here’s how you can play a role in improving and protecting the beach and its true residents.
Not all family destinations in Florida are created equal. Tucked away in the northeastern part of Florida, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches area has 19 miles of pristine, cinnamon-colored beaches. Sand and sun are a must for a family trip to Florida, but it gets even better from there. Here are five reasons why Flagler Beach is hands-down the best family vacation destination in Florida.
Here’s a guide to some of the best things to do with your pets in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches.