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Palm Coast is located on the northeast side of Florida nestled in between Jacksonville and Daytona Beach with just under 80,000 residents.

Palm Coast was started by ITT and they used Garfield® as their marketing mascot.

Palm Coast features 26 miles of salt water canals and 53 miles of fresh water canals making it a outdoor lover’s dream.

Palm Coast is divided into subdivisions throughout so it is important when looking to move or relocate that you research what area would be the best fit for you. Below is a list of Palm Coast subdivisions with a brief explanation. You will see each subdivision is referred to by locals as a letter rather than the actual name. This is simply because the streets in that subdivision begin mainly with that letter or because it is a nick name of the subdivision based on the location. It can be quite confusing to some, but before you know it, you will be referring to your new digs this way too.

Matanzas Woods
(Referred by locals as the “L” section)

  • Northern most subdivision in Palm Coast Located on the west side of I-95 and close to US1
  • Golf course community (although golf course is currently not open).
  • Fresh water canal properties available and this is the best subdivision if you plan to commute to St. Augustine (30 miles north) or Jacksonville area (60 miles north).
  • Things to do nearby: Fishing, Princess Place Preserve, Florida Ag Museum , The Conservatory Golfing
  • Local’s favorite spots to dine: Ai Japanese Restaurant, A1A Burrito Works
  • Elementary School: Belle Terre
  • Middle School: Indian Trails
  • High School: Matanzas High School

Indian Trails
(Referred by locals as the “B” section)

  • Just south of Matanzas Woods makes this another great area if you commute to St. Augustine (33 miles north) or Jacksonville area (63 miles north)
  • Located on the west side of I-95 and close to US1
  • Fresh water canal properties available
  • Things to do nearby: Fishing, Indian Trails Sports Complex, Bird of Paradise Nature Preserve, Heroes Memorial Park
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: Ai Japanese Restaurant, A1A Burrito Works, Sami’s Pizza
  • This is the closest subdivision to Belle Terre and Indian Trails Schools
  • Elementary School: Belle Terre
  • Middle School: Indian Trails
  • High School: Matanzas High School

Pine Lakes
(Referred by locals as the “W” section)

  • Just south of Indian Trails makes this more centralized subdivision in town.
  • If you commute north to St. Augustine (35 miles north) or Jacksonville area (65 miles north)
  • If you commute south to Daytona Beach (30 miles south) or Orlando (70 miles)
  • Located on the west side of I-95 and close to US1 Golf course
  • Fresh water canal properties available.
  • Things to do nearby: Fishing, Pine Lakes Country Club, Biking Trails, Shopping, Heroes Memorial Park
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: Ai Japanese Restaurant, A1A Burrito Works, Sami’s Pizza
  • Zoning for school varies on which street you live in. Click here for a zoning map.
  • Elementary School: Belle Terre or Wadsworth
  • Middle School: Indian Trails or Buddy Taylor
  • High School: Matanzas High School

Pine Grove
(Referred by locals as the “P” section)

  • East of Pine Lakes and Lehigh Woods makes this another centralized subdivision in town.
  • If you commute north to St. Augustine (35 miles north) or Jacksonville area (65 miles north)
  • If you commute south to Daytona Beach (30 miles south) or Orlando (70 miles) Located on the west side of I-95
  • Fresh water canal properties available.
  • Things to do nearby: Fishing, Belle Terre Swim and Racquet Club, Biking Trails, Frieda Zamba Aquatic Center, Belle Terre Tennis Center
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: Focaccias, Houligans
  • This is the closest subdivision to Wadsworth and Buddy Taylor
  • Elementary School: Wadsworth
  • Middle School: Buddy Taylor
  • High School: Flagler Palm Coast High School

Lehigh Woods
(Referred by locals as the “R” section)

  • South of Pine Lakes and west of Pine Grove makes this another centralized subdivision in town.
  • If you commute north to St. Augustine (38 miles north) or Jacksonville area (68 miles north)
  • If you commute south to Daytona Beach (27 miles south) or Orlando (67 miles)
  • Located on the west side of I-95 and close to US1
  • Fresh water canal properties available
  • Things to do nearby: Fishing, Biking Trails, Ralph Carter Park, Belle Terre Tennis Center
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: Focaccias, Houligans, Mezzaluna’s Pizzeria
  • This is the closest subdivision to Rymfire Elementary
  • Elementary School: Rymfire
  • Middle School: Buddy Taylor
  • High School: Flagler Palm Coast High School

Cypress Knolls
(Referred by locals as the “E” section)

  • South of Lehigh Woods and adjacent to the Town Center in Palm Coas
  • If you commute north to St. Augustine (40 miles north) or Jacksonville area (70 miles north)
  • If you commute south to Daytona Beach (24 miles south) or Orlando (64 miles)
  • Located on the west side of I-95 and close to US1
  • Fresh water canal and golf course properties available
  • Things to do nearby: Golfing, Fishing, Biking Trails, Shopping, Hiking, Belle Terre Tennis Center
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: Olive Garden, Fancy Sushi, Tropical Smoothie, Mezzaluna’s Pizzeria
  • Elementary School: Rymfire or Bunnell (Zoning for school varies on which street you live in. Click here for a zoning map.)
  • Middle School: Buddy Taylor
  • High School: Flagler Palm Coast High School

Quail Hollow
(Referred by locals as the “LL”, “K”, or ”Z” sections)

  • South of Cypress Knolls and one of the southernmost subdivisions
  • If you commute plan to commute south, this subdivision would be ideal for you. South to Daytona Beach (20 miles south) or Orlando (60 miles)
  • If you commute north to St. Augustine (44 miles north) or Jacksonville area (74 miles north)
  • Located on the west side of I-95, close to US1 and SR-100
  • Lakefront properties available
  • Things to do nearby:, Fishing, Biking Trails, Shopping, Hiking, Joan King Park
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: Olive Garden, Fancy Sushi, Tropical Smoothie, Bantem Chef
  • Elementary School: Bunnell
  • Middle School: Buddy Taylor
  • High School: Flagler Palm Coast High School

Seminole Woods
(Referred by locals as the “U” or ”S” sections)

  • East of Quail Hollow and one of the southernmost subdivisions and the closest subdivisions on the west side of I-95 to the beach
  • If you plan to commute south, this subdivision would be ideal for you. South to Daytona Beach (20 miles south) or Orlando (60 miles)
  • If you commute north to St. Augustine (44 miles north) or Jacksonville area (74 miles north)
  • Located west of I-95 andalso the easiest access for this highway. Also close to US1 and SR-100
  • Fresh water canal properties available
  • Close to Florida Hospital Flagler
  • Things to do nearby: Fishing, Bikin g Trails, Shopping, Hiking, Seminole Woods Neighborhood Park
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: Olive Garden, Fancy Sushi, Tropical Smoothie, Hijackers
  • Elementary School: Bunnell
  • Middle School: Buddy Taylor
  • High School: Flagler Palm Coast High School

Palm Harbor
(Referred by locals as the “F” or ”C” sections)

  • This subdivision was the first in Palm Coast
  • It is the closest subdivision to A1A towards the beaches
  • If you commute south to Daytona Beach (29 miles south) or Orlando (80 miles)
  • If you commute north to St. Augustine (30 miles north) or Jacksonville area (64 miles north)
  • Salt water canal, golf course, Intracoastal, and Gated Communities properties available
  • Things to do nearby: James Holland Park, Palm Coast Community Center, Fishing, Boating, Biking, Hiking, Waterfront Park, European Village, Palm Harbor Golf Course, Ocean Hammock, The Conservatory Golfing, Grand Haven
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: La Piazza, Bruno’s Pizza, Salsa’s Mexican Restaurant, Mezaluna Pizza, Farley's
  • Elementary School: Old Kings
  • Middle School: Indian Trails
  • High School: Matanzas High School

Sailboat Country
(A community within Palm Harbor in the “C” section)

  • This subdivision became nick named as “Sailboat Country” by the locals because most of the properties are salt water canals leading to the Intracoastal.
  • It is also one of the closest subdivision to A1A towards the beaches
  • If you commute south to Daytona Beach (29 miles south) or Orlando (80 miles)
  • If you commute north to St. Augustine (30 miles north) or Jacksonville area (64 miles north)
  • Salt water canal, golf course, Intracoastal, and Gated Communities properties available
  • Things to do nearby: James Holland Park, Palm Coast Community Center, Fishing, Boating, Biking, Hiking, Waterfront Park, European Village, Palm Harbor Golf Course, Ocean Hammock , The Conservatory Golfing, Grand Haven
  • Local’s favorite spot to dine: La Piazza, Bruno’s Pizza, Salsa’s Mexican Restaurant
  • Elementary School: Old Kings
  • Middle School: Indian Trails
  • High School: Matanzas High School

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Indian Trails Sports Complex hosts local Rec Sports and Soccer & Lacrosse Tournaments

Beautiful Recreational Baseball Fields of Indian Trails Sports Complex

The 18th hole at Pine Lakes Golf Course

Bird of Paradise Lake Park gives access to the lake for fishing and non-motorized boats

Protected marshlands in Palm Harbor - part of Longcreek Preserve

Covered bike trails in Princess Place Preserve

Quail Hollow offers lakefront property and convenient access to US1

Princess Place Preserve Bike/Hiking/Horse Trails.


The Catillo de San Marcos National Monument in St. Augustine is a short drive north

A stretch of Flagler County’s coast, known as The Hammock, reaches from Marineland at the north to Flagler Beach at the south. State Road A1A provides access to the historical sites, nature preserves, residential areas and communities as well as businesses along the barrier island that separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Matanzas River, part of Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway. In addition to its beaches, The Hammock has trails for hiking and biking. The forested areas lead residents and visitors into peaceful walks where they can observe the area’s flora and fauna. Anglers, boaters and kayakers can enjoy the waterways year-round.

Several areas reflect the island’s history. Mala Compra Plantation, established in the early 1800s, belonged to Joseph Menendez, the state’s first U.S. representative. Self-guided tours of the site are available. Nestled beside the historical plantation is Bing’s Landing, a county park featuring boat ramps, fishing supplies, a barbecue restaurant and picnic area. Washington Oaks Gardens State Park preserves 425 acres of coastal scenery between the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River.

Its eastern boundary offers one of the largest outcroppings of coquina rock on the Atlantic shore, and formal gardens established amid the hammock showcase blooming plants. An active friends group helps support the park.

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View of the Intercoastal Waterway from the fishing pier in Bing's Landing

Sunset views from Captain's BBQ at Bing's Landing in The Hammock

River to Sea Preserve Park has breathtaking views and is a familiar family photo location

Preserving the laid-back feel of old Florida, Flagler Beach offers residents and visitors pet-friendly beaches with free access, surfing, boating, shopping, parks, local restaurants and musical entertainment. This seaside community of 5,500 has grown from a fishing village with its first home built in 1913 along the inland waterway to a retirement and vacation destination. Families and businesses followed.

The first settlement was known as Ocean City, but with the opening of the U.S. Post Office in 1923, the name changed to Flagler Beach, and incorporation followed in 1925. In addition to hotels, motels, inns and vacation rental homes, the area boasts campgrounds and a beachfront RV resort at Beverly Beach just north of Flagler Beach on A1A.

For those who want to delve into the history of the town and Flagler County, the Flagler Beach Historical Museum is open seven days a week, and its collections include bones from prehistoric times down to memorabilia from the Space Age. The barrier island that’s home to Flagler Beach, Beverly Beach and The Hammock community to the north also preserves Mala Compra Plantation established in the early 1800s, which belonged to Joseph Menendez, the state’s first U.S. representative. Self-guided tours of the site are available.

Washington Oaks Gardens State Park preserves 425 acres of coastal scenery between the Atlantic Ocean and the Matanzas River. Its eastern boundary offers one of the largest outcroppings of coquina rock on the Atlantic shore, and formal gardens established amid the hammock showcase blooming plants. An active friends group helps support the park.

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Flagler Beach Fishing Pier

Sunrise at pet-friendly Flagler Beach north of the Pier

Seabirds gather on the coquina sand beaches south of Flagler Pier

The “Crossroads of Flagler County,” Bunnell was incorporated in 1913 and has served as the county seat since the Northeast Florida county was established in 1917. The community grew up along the railroad system Henry Flagler established to transport passengers and goods throughout the state and lies along U.S. 1 west of Interstate 95.

With historical roots reaching into ancient native cultures and both the Spanish and British ruling periods, the area is known for its agricultural and timber products. Bunnell, with a population of 2,741 in 2013, offers residents a small-town atmosphere adjacent to its larger neighbor, Palm Coast to the east.

Preserving the area’s heritage: Holden House and Annex Museum and home to the Flagler County Historical Society; nearby Bulow Plantation Ruins on Old King’s Road, placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1970, and Bulow Creek State Park on Old Dixie Highway.

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  • Flagler Playhouse - located at 301 E. Moody Blvd, it offers theater productions for audiences throughout the year. Drawing on the Flagler County population, the shows offer opportunities to work onstage and backstage.

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Bunnell City Hall is the center of many community gatherings.

 

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