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About Palm Coast, Florida

Updated on February 23, 2008

Palm Coast, FL is situated along Florida's eastern seabord between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach. The City of Palm Coast is known for its abundance of fresh and salt water canals.

If you are traveling from afar, we have an International Airport in Daytona Beach which is only a 30 minute drive from Palm Coast. Otherwise, Jacksonville is approximately an hour to the north, and Orlando is only 1.5 hours both of which offer large international airports serving many cities across the world.

Palm Coast has been a popular place for folks from all walks of life to invest, vacation, and relocate to. There is something for everyone here: miles of beaches, golfing, tennis, boating, hiking, sightseeing, history, fishing, relaxing, and so much more!

Come! See what you've been missing!

The largest city in Flagler County, Palm Coast has been one of the fastest growing counties in the nation for several years! Palm Coast is home to over 60,000 people and ever growing. With construction underway for the Palm Coast Town Center and Palm Coast Park, more and more commercial businesses are being drawin to this area. Big box retailers, restaurants, and residential living will be combined in Palm Coast to help build this community.

Flagler County, Florida

Flagler County Florida
Flagler County Florida
Palm Coast Sunset
Palm Coast Sunset

Palm Coast, FL Town Center


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      Tommy B 10 years ago

      I love beaches, golfing, tennis, boating, hiking, sightseeing, history, fishing, relaxing. Flagler county Palm Coast sound like a great place to live in Florida.