Palm Coast is situated on 80 miles of saltwater canals and freshwater canals with the Intracoastal Waterway and the pristine Atlantic Ocean beaches just minutes away. A vibrant lifestyle and beautiful surroundings go hand-in-hand here. Lines with historic oaks, towering pines and indigenous vegetation, Palm Coast's parks and trails showcase the native Florida landscape. Find more information on Palm Coast.
Flagler Beach is located on Florida's east coast between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine and is home to more than 5,000 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 facilities. For more information about Flagler Beach.
Bunnell 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 is a thriving agricultural community and holds many of the historic treasures within its city limits. Including an over 400 year old oak tree. Find more information on the City of Bunnell.
As the name suggests, the area is nestled under a hammock of majestic oak trees. A delightful meandering portion of Scenic Highway A1A, The Hammock contains scenic, recreational and historic gems, eco adventure opportunities, as well as a number of locally-owned businesses including art galleries, a resort, vacation rentals and motels. There are also a number of mom and pop restaurants to suit every taste and budget. Come visit this truly unique setting between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway.
When driving along A1A, slow down and catch a glimpse of lovely Beverly Beach, located between the sand dunes of the Atlantic Ocean and the currents of the Intracoastal Waterway. Just one mile long and 1/4 mile wide, the Town of Beverly Beach was incorporated in 1955. Since that time the town has not grown in physical size, but its population has increased to more than 350 residents. Enjoy the public beach for surfing, swimming, fishing and boating. Find more information about Beverly Beach, FL.
Nature. History. Beauty. Fun. Marineland's community seeks to expand its permanent population while emphasizing its strengths in research, education and tourism. Surrounded by 10,000 acres of picturesque public land, the town offers a leading world-renowned laboratory of ecological research and interactive adventures with dolphins for almost all ages, all in the middle of an amazing estuarine system that cleans the water and shelters young fish and other marine life.