Palm Coast, FL
Palm Coast is nestled on the northern Atlantic Coast of Florida, just one hour away from south of Jacksonville. Visiting this place is definitely a win-win for nature lovers and history buffs!
Palm Coast has a famous event venue that is Central Park in Town Center, having several acres of the wide-open area right in the heart of the city designated downtown. Here you can enjoy cycling on the wide tracks having one side tropical palm trees and a lake, or you can also sit on the lakeside benches or also enjoy fishing here.
Palm Coast is the most famous beach attraction in Flagler County and is near Interstate 95. Here you can enjoy wonderful greenery and biking in seven-miles-long hill bike tracks or can discover the largest agricultural powerhouse of Florida that’s Florida Agricultural Museums. There are many can't-miss attractions like Hammock Community Center, River to Sea Preserve, Pine Lakes Golf Club, Moody Homestead Park, Ripley’s Believe it or Not, and more.
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Not only the natural beauty, but this city is also rich in interesting historical and cultural heritage that you can explore Castillo de San Marcos and St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum. You can also enjoy Fountain of Youth Archeological Park, which holds the key to eternal life and a fascinating glimpse of the past. Don’t forget to take 45-minutes trolley tours at The Pirate Melee.