PALM COAST

Palm Coast is located on the northeast side of Florida nestled in between Jacksonville & Daytona Beach with just under 100,000 residents. Palm Coast was started by ITT & they used Garfield® as their marketing mascot. It has 80 miles of salt water and 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 & close to US1 Golf course community (although golf course is currently not open) Fresh water canal properties available 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 spot 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 & 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 & 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 & 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 & 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 & Racquet Club, Biking Trails, Frieda Zamba Aquatic Center, Belle Terre Tennis Center This is the closest subdivision to Wadsworth & Buddy Taylor.
Elementary School: Wadsworth
Middle School: Buddy Taylor
High School: Flagler Palm Coast High School
Local’s favorite spot to dine: Focaccias, Houligans

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

South of Pine Lakes & 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 & 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 & adjacent to the Town Center in Palm Coast 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 & close to US1 Fresh water canal & 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 & 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 & 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 & one of the southernmost subdivisions It is 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 & also the easiest access for this highway. Also close to US1 & SR-100
Fresh water canal properties available Close to Florida Hospital Flagler
Things to do nearby: Fishing, Biking 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, & 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: Thai by Thai, La Piazza, Bruno’s Pizza, Salsa’s Mexican Restaurant.
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, & 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: Thai by Thai, La Piazza, Bruno’s Pizza, Salsa’s Mexican Restaurant.
Elementary School: Old Kings.
Middle School: Indian Trails.
High School: Matanzas High School.