Where We Are
Located on the northeast coast of Florida, Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches is 31 miles south of St. Augustine and 24 miles north of Daytona Beach, bordered on the east by 19 miles of Atlantic Ocean. Interstate 95, Exit 284 at State Road 100 (Bunnell and Flagler Beach) is the closest exit to the beach from Maine to Miami. Only three miles!
With an estimated population of 105,392 (2015 U.S. Census), the county is comprised of five communities -- Palm Coast, Flagler Beach, Beverly Beach, Bunnell and Marineland. According to Flagler County records, the total land area is 485 square miles.
Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches is only 24 miles from Interstate 4 and is approximately equal distance between the Orlando and Jacksonville metropolitan areas. The Intracoastal Waterway, bisecting the eastern portion of Palm Coast, is navigable from Miami to the St. Lawrence Seaway. The Atlantic Ocean is accessed at Ponce Inlet to the south or at St. Augustine to the north.
Major airlines serve the nearby Daytona Beach International Airport, Orlando International Airport, and Jacksonville Airport. Private aircraft and corporate jet aircraft can land at the Flagler County Airport off S.R. 100.