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Insider's Guide

Plan a 3-Day Getaway Your Family Will Love

Between work and school, life can get hectic. That’s why it’s so important to make time for your family and reconnect with one another away from the everyday hustle and bustle. Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches is an ideal destination to escape and enjoy a vacation that offers a mix of relaxation…

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Stay True and Say 'I Do' at Hammock Beach Resort

Set on a pristine stretch of cinnamon sand beach, Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast is the place for a dreamy destination wedding. Its gorgeous ocean views and luxurious amenities only add to your special day. Here are the top reasons to have your wedding at Hammock Beach Resort. A Stunning…

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Top 5 Ways To Stay True To Your Nature

Now that the busy holiday season is over, it’s time for relaxation and self-care. The new year is the perfect time to rediscover your true self, and there’s no better place to do this than in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches. With Mother Nature as the main attraction to this coastal oasis, Palm…

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7 Reasons to Go Camping at Bulow RV Resort

Stressed from the chaos of the big city? Bored by the business of everyday life? Worn out with the complexities of modern living? Retreat to Bulow RV Resort, where the simplicity of camping out (or the relaxation of glamping in) offers you space to breathe, fun things to do and a break from reality…

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Top Sea-to-Table Dining in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches

Besides experiencing the 19 miles of beautiful shorelines in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches, the culinary scene is something else you’ll want to dig in, especially its fresh seafood. Whether you like it fried, blackened, grilled or raw, you’ll find it on the menu here, with stunning ocean vistas…

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What to Expect During Turtle Nesting Season

Every summer, thousands of loggerheads, leatherbacks and other varieties of turtles—including the Kemp's Ridley, the most endangered sea turtle in the world—swim to the shores of Florida’s beaches to lay their eggs. About two months later, hundreds of hatchlings emerge from the sand to start their…

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