Palm Coast is pleasantly located along the Eastern Coast of Florida, between Daytona Beach and St. Augustine. With our uncrowded beaches, historic ruins, public rose gardens, tranquil waterways, subtropical forests, vast Atlantic Ocean, freshwater lakes, championship golf courses, tennis, unlimited water sports, Palm Coast is one of the most beautiful vacation spots in Florida.
Palm Coast is a perfect destination to please every vacationer. Sunbathe on the soft sands, take a walk along the shore, or even go horseback riding on the beach.
Go swimming, surfing, jet skiing, water skiing, boating, or deep sea fishing in the Atlantic Ocean, stroll the beautiful beaches, play tennis, tee off at a challenging championship course, fish, take a walk through our eco-tourism parks, or explore the city on the bike paths.
Reel in a fish! Whether you prefer freshwater fishing or saltwater fishing, lakes, canals, Intracoastal Waterways, or the Atlantic Ocean, find yourself immersed in many opportunities to cast a line. Freshwater fisherman can expect to bait bass, speckled perch, crappie, catfish and bream. For the surf and pier fisherman, you are likely to find trout, redfish, flounder, sheepshead, drum, nook, grouper, red snapper, king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, jacks, pompano, whiting, redfish, drum, flounder, tarpon, and a host of other species. For those whom want to fish further offshore by boat, you can see dolphin, tuna, and Wahoo.
What's the best thing to do in while in Palm Coast? Five easy answers: GOLF, GOLF, GOLF, GOLF, and GOLF.
Need I say more? With courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Gary Player, Palm Coast offers wonderfully unique landscapes for any type of golfer, making Palm Coast is truly a "Golfer's Heaven".
The Player's Racquet Club in Palm Coast, considered one of the finest in the Southeast, offers 18 tennis courts. The Players Club, home to several USTA Sanctioned National Events, has activities for all levels of players. Enjoy one of the many public courts, most of which are lighted for night time play.
Enjoy the beauty surrounding you at Washington Oaks State Gardens. Preserving 390 acres of Florida's original coastal scenery, you can picnic, fish, and walk through the ornamental gardens and along the river. With magnificent stately oaks and flowering gardens of native and exotic planting, walk through nature trails, experience the interpretive center, and seek the coquina rock formations.