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Palm Coast Population 96,504

Palm Coast is one of Florida’s newest cities, incorporated in 1999. It is also the largest city in Flagler County with over 96,000 residents within municipal boundaries. The city is situated on 70 miles of saltwater and freshwater canals and the Intracoastal Waterway with over 130 miles of connecting trails and paths for walking and bicycling. With staff dedicated to business & growth, the city is pleased to welcome over 4,500 businesses that call Palm Coast home.

Flagler Beach Population 5,182

Flagler Beach is old coastal Florida at its best featuring unique restaurants and small businesses within walking distance (or golf cart ride) of eclectic residential properties. Not your typical cookie-cutter town!

Bunnell Population 3,752

“The crossroads of Flagler County”, the City of Bunnell is also the seat of County government. Located on the entrance to the western portion of the county, Bunnell’s rich agriculture community includes farmlands, beef stock and pine forests. The municipality is home to many of the county’s historic structures and embraces a pro-business development stance.    


Beverly Beach Population 490

A small Atlantic beachfront community located on the barrier island with scenic State Road A1A as the town’s main street. The town features a large RV resort campground which includes a convenience store, beachfront lots, cabins, and beach access. The majority of the town is zoned residential with a few commercial parcels.


Marineland Population 12

Home to the world’s first oceanarium, now known as Marineland Dolphin Adventure, which led to the incorporation of the town of Marineland in the late 1930s. Today, Marineland is home to approximately 12 residents and to notable organizations contributing to conservation, research and tourism including: The Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience (University of Florida); Center for Sustainable Agriculture Excellence & Conservation; The Sea Turtle Hospital at Whitney Laboratory; GTM Research Reserve; River to Sea Preserve; and Ripple Effect Ecotours to name of few.