Local Area Information
The Flagler County and Palm Coast area showcases 19 miles of beaches, several parks with access to the Intracoastal Waterway, extensive pedestrian and bike trials and many cultural attractions, restaurants and state and county parks. Palm Coast is recognized for its laid-back lifestyle, mild winters, quality healthcare facilities and impressive new Town Center.
Palm Coast is home to golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.
Close proximity to the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean offer residents the opportunity for surfing,
jet-skiing, water skiing, boating, and freshwater and deep-sea fishing. There are public access boat ramps to the ICW at Herschel King Park, Betty Steflik Boat Launch and Bing’s Landing for anyone wanting to boat, kayak, canoe, or fish.
An amazing array of parks and places are connected by extensive pedestrian and bike trail systems in Palm Coast and Flagler County.
Palm Harbor Shopping Village, located on the Palm Coast Parkway, is the closest shopping center to Grand Haven.
The new Palm Coast Town Center, the area's largest shopping destination, is located just nine miles from Grand Haven on Highway 100 and features regional
shopping, dining, stadium movie theaters and other entertainment venues.
Marineland, the world's first "oceanarium," is known for dolphin shows and aquarium displays. Visitors can even swim with the dolphins!
The Flagler Auditorium is the region's newest performing arts center, housing a main theater that seats up to 1,000 people for
drama, music and dance performances.
Florida's heritage, including its Native American settlements, the Spanish era mission of the 1600s and modern uses of
agricultural farming, are chronicled at the Florida Agricultural Museum.
State Parks and Recreation
A scenic walking trail leads visitors around scattered ruins of a sugar mill, manor house and workers village at The Bulow
Plantation Ruins State Park. It was once the site of a prosperous plantation destroyed during the Second Seminole War in
The Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area extends across 145 acres of Flagler Beach, bordered by the Atlantic
Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Visitors may enjoy camping, picnicking, swimming, fishing and much more.
Located in Palm Coast, the Washington Oaks Gardens State Park preserves 390 acres of Florida's original coastal scenery.
Princess Place Preserve, with its rich history and 1500 pristine acres, attracts nature enthusiasts from near and far. Visitors can hike trails, fish the Matanzas River and camp under the stars.
Use these links to find more local area information and activities.
Visit Flagler Website
City of Palm Coast Website