The “Crossroads of Flagler County,” Bunnell www.bunnellcity.us 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-rule periods, the area is known for its agricultural and timber products. Bunnell, with a population of 3,276 in 2020, offers residents a small- town atmosphere adjacent to its larger neighbor, Palm Coast www.palmcoastgov.com, to the east.

Preserving the area’s heritage: Holden House and Annex www.flaglerlibraryfriend.com/holden/index.htm, museum and home to the Flagler County Historical Society; nearby Bulow Plantation Ruins http://www.abfla.com/parks/BulowPlantation/bulowplantation.html on Old King’s Road, placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1970, and Bulow Creek State Park www.floridastateparks.org/park/Bulow-Creek on Old Dixie Highway. 

Things to do nearby

camping, fishing, kayaking, hiking.
Beaches; Marineland www.marineland.net;
Washington Oaks Gardens State Park http://www.washingtonoaks.org;
Florida Agricultural Museum myagmuseum.com;
St. Augustine http://www.ci.st-augustine.fl.us/, the nation’s oldest city. 


Bunnell Elementary School www.besbullpups.com
Buddy Taylor Middle School ww.btmseagles.com
Flagler Palm Coast High School www.fpcbulldogs.com in Palm Coast

Cultural Venue

Flagler Playhouse , offers theater productions for audiences throughout the year. Drawing on the Flagler County population, the shows offer opportunities to work onstage and backstage.
www.flaglerplayhouse.com, 301 E. Moody Blvd., Bunnell

Favorite spots to eat

Osteria Rustica 
Bantam Chef www.bantamchef.business.site
Hot Diggity Dogs https://www.allmenus.com/fl/bunnell/385531-hot-diggity-dogs/menu/