EXPLORE PALM COAST
ONE of Florida’s newest cities (1999) Palm Coast is situated on 70 miles of saltwater and freshwater canals. With pristine beaches, beautiful parks, 125+ miles of connecting walking/biking trails, birding and wildlife trails, this fantastic A1A destination will likely bring out the nature lover in you and keep you coming back for more.
In addition to a fantastic State Park and more than a dozen public parks, there’s a Running Series, world-class tennis and golf, fishing, boating, rejuvenating spas, and eco-adventures on water and land all waiting for you here where you’ll likely get to discover and explore both the elegance of a native Florida landscape and an active outdoor year-round lifestyle. With an ever growing calendar of events, you’re bound to find something to excite and entertain you while you’re here.
Love nature AND need a shopping fix? Shopping enthusiasts will likely find some instant gratification in the fabulous and unique shops of Palm Coast. And as the sun sets on your fun-filled day, prepare for a variety of dining options and a casual yet lively nightlife to finish out your day.
When you’re ready to rest, whether you choose an affordable family friendly accommodation, luxury upscale resort, pet friendly or RV/campground property to call home during your stay, you’ll wonder what took you so long to explore this wonderful year-round paradise. If you’re interested in reading more about the recent happenings, here’s a link to our Palm Coast Journal (blog) page.
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WASHINGTON OAKS GARDENS STATE PARK: From the City of Palm Coast’s website we learned that prior to 1969, the land that eventually became the City of Palm Coast was considered by some as “a big pine-covered swamp.” Today, Palm Coast has more than 75,000 residents, 13 beautiful parks, 125+ miles of connecting trails and paths for walking/bicycling, a year-round Running Series, world-class tennis and golf, and pristine beaches. This pic was taken at the extraordinary Washington Oaks Gardens State Park which straddles our favorite highway A1A. On the west side of the highway you’ll find the park entrance and stunning formal gardens; on the east side, you’ll find a unique shoreline of coquina rock formation that lines the Atlantic. If you decide to come here and explore, the address is 6400 N Oceanshore Blvd, 32137.
Following are few links you made find helpful (we certainly have). If you use the links, you’ll be leaving this website and will be redirected to another. Although we’ve found the links quite useful, we’re not making endorsements or claims about the accuracy or content of the information you’ll find there. Walking/Biking Trails; Public Parks; Running Series; Tennis Center; Golf; and the fabulous Washington Oaks Gardens State Park.