Palm Coast - Flagler County Coastal Living Guide
Palm Coast, Florida - Flagler County is situated in the eastern portion of Flagler County, which is located on the Atlantic Ocean, in the heart of Northeast Florida, equidistant between the cities of Jacksonville and Orlando. Currently, the City of Palm Coast has a population of approximately 70,000 residents and covers an area of approximately 60 square miles.
Ranked as the fastest growing city in the nation for the last 5 years, it is one of the most desirable places in the southeast to retire, own a vacation home or open a business.
Flagler Beach, Florida - Flagler County is a quaint "Old Florida" type community that is becoming one of the "hot" destinations in Florida and is part of the growing Palm Coast Area, a twenty-mile stretch of scenic coastline that is a true haven for the active individual. Visitors, as well as those looking to relocate, are discovering the area's advantages; close proximity to resort and culture centers, tranquil waterways, subtropical forests and freshwater lakes, first class golf and amenities, yet far removed from the stress and fast pace of other, larger cities.
The Hammock, Florida - is a fast growing area of Flagler County that has seen much of its changes in just the last five years. Beautifully landscaped gated developments now dot the uncrowded cinnamon colored beaches. The Hammock offers resort style living at its best, featuring the communities of Hammock Dunes, Hammock Beach Condos, Yacht Harbor Marina, Cinnamon Beach & Ocean Hammock. Tastefully designed yet affordable, the Hammock has become the first choice destination for baby boomers, retirees and vacation home owners.
Hammock Dunes Homes & Hammock Dunes Condos - Exemplifying luxury oceanfront living, Hammock Dunes is renowned for its splendid choices in residences, outstanding amenities, and the private Equity Club. Among the many benefits of Club membership are access to two championship, award-winning and distinctive golf courses by two of the game's most respected designers, the masterful Rees Jones Creek Course and the legendary seaside Tom Fazio-designed Links course each with its own unique Clubhouse. Coupled with the stunning vistas of the Atlantic Ocean, the Hammock Dunes Club offers tennis and seaside croquet as well as casual and fine dining.
Ocean Hammock - is adorned by its 2.5 miles of unspoiled beachfront and its miles of nature trails in its unpretentious location just off of A1A. Ocean Hammock is comprised of over 1,000 acres surrounded by over 300 acres of preserve and is the largest gated community in Palm Coast, Florida. Within Ocean Hammock are 11 neighborhoods that consist of nearly 800 single family homesites & homes and over 750 condo and villas.
Hammock Beach - Hammock Beach covers more than 1,000 acres and commands a pristine two-mile stretch of beach that is beautiful to look at as well as play golf alongside. Membership in The Club at Hammock Beach allows you to enjoy the fitness center and spa, tennis courts, restaurants and the multi-million-dollar swim pavilion along with a full host of amenities that offer the finest of coastal living.
Tidelands - Surrounded by water on three sides, Tidelands on the Intracoastal was designed to reflect the draw of the tides-to pull people together to enjoy a life built around the water. Tidelands offers boating and wildlife enthusiasts preserved wetlands, nature trails, and approximately 11 acres of interconnected lakes and lagoons ideal for kayaking, canoeing and neighborhood gatherings. Residents enjoy nearly a mile of Intracoastal Waterway frontage and a lifestyle enhanced with resort amenities
Grand Haven - A premier residential golf community. Located on more than 1,478 acres along the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Coast, Grand Haven offers an array of fine amenities: a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course, a world-class country club, a gated community with large homesites and award-winning builders. This master-planned community is comprised of intimate villages linked by winding trails and tree-lined streets. Bike paths, parks and an adjacent 4,000-acre nature preserve highlight the community's natural beauty, making outdoor activities a way of life.
Grand Landings - A gated master planned community designed around the natural beauty of coastal Florida. Neighborhoods have been carefully planned to blend with the environment. Within Grand Landings, you'll find a rich assortment of amenities connected by walking trails, sidewalks and community parks. Elegance and casual living are a way of life here - in a place as active or as laid-back as you care to make it. Homes from the area's best builders are offered in a variety of styles and floor plans to fit any lifestyle.
Palm Coast Plantation - the east by the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and on the west by a 4,000-acre state-owned wildlife preserve, Palm Coast Plantation is the perfect community for those who not only love nature but seek an active coastal lifestyle. Lot sizes range from one-quarter to one-half acre. Lot owners are permitted to choose their own builder and can build at any time they want.
Flagler County Schools, a progressive school district on Florida's east coast and one of the top five fastest growing counties in the United States. "Raising Student Achievement Everyday, Everyway" is the primary goal. Committed to providing each and every student with the finest education. Education for a changing world to approximately 12,650 Pre-K-12 students.
Daytona Beach Community College -more than 33,000 students a year in Volusia and Flagler Counties.The school offers more than 100 associate degree and certificate programs, including a bachelors degree in supervision and management introduced in 2006.The college has satellite campuses in DeLand, Deltona, New Smyrna Beach and Palm Coast. The high-tech trade school, Advanced Technology College in Daytona Beach, is part of DBCC. Flagler College -One of the most historic campuses in the nation, Flagler College also offers all the state-of-the-art facilities of a high-quality, forward-thinking college and enjoy access to well-maintained computer labs, wired residence halls, an 800-seat auditorium, the technologically-advanced Proctor Library, a 19-acre athletic field, and more. The College has invested more than $20 million in recent additions to the campus-with the very latest project being the construction of a brand new Student Center.