Palm Coast Beaches, from Daytona Beach to St. Augustine

Here's your guide to Flagler Beach and Palm Coast beaches Florida Beaches and parks are listed geographically from north to south. Palm Coast, Florida beaches with this symbol have beach wheelchairs available, either provided as a courtesy, or available for (prearranged) rental and delivery…

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Mala Compra Plantation of Palm Coast: A Florida Archaeological Site

The Mala Compra Plantation once was home to Joseph Hernandez, who helped select Tallahassee as the state capital. Palm Coast, FL – When Flagler County purchased an old waterfront fish camp 20-plus years ago, it had big plans for the site. The eyesore property, with its dilapidated trailers…

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A Guide to Princess Place Preserve in Palm Coast, Fla.

Princess Place Preserve offers a scenic locale of natural and manmade beauty at the confluence of Pellicer Creek and the Matanzas River. Visitors tour the house where the princess lived. The trails where she rode her horses are now favorites for equestrians, amblers, primitive campers and extreme…

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Florida Oceanarium: Marineland Dolphin Adventure in Palm Coast

By Amy Wimmer Schwarb Situated halfway between the centuries-old allure of St. Augustine and the ever-growing development of Palm Coast is the Florida Oceanarium Marineland Dolphin Adventure, home to dolphins, turtles and other sea creatures. Historic Marineland allows visitors to enjoy an…

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Flagler Beach and Palm Coast State Parks

The Flagler Beach/Palm Coast area is close to resort and culture centers, yet removed from the stress and fast pace of metropolises. One of Florida's new "hot" destinations, this 19-mile stretch of coastline and its natural sportsmen's haven inland are just being discovered by visitors and…

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