Mission Statement : The City of Palm Coast is committed to providing the highest quality of life through sustaining a safe community with a hometown feeling that respects and protects the natural environment.
Palm Coast, a unique new city that lives in harmony with nature is a paradise set in a forest. Lush native trees and plants along the parkways are reminiscent of "old Florida". This charming city near the sea, is known for its sparkling salt and fresh water canals, the beautiful Intracoastal canal, parks and tree canopied paths which beckon with every breeze.
Fun, active recreation and leisure are all in abundance here. What is your pleasure? Your choice might be boating year-round in the extensive canal system and the Intracoastal waterway, picnicking in one of the many parks located inside the city, or jogging on one of the winding trails through the forest or spotting dolphins and sea birds along the Intracoastal waterway.
If water sports, walking or jogging doesn't appeal to you, tennis or golf might be the answer. Palm Coast has numerous inviting golf courses to test your skill. After tennis, boating or golf, it's time to relax and try one of our many fine restaurants, or a leisurely stroll at the Palm Harbor Shopping Center, or one of the many shops located in charming shopping centers scattered along the arterial streets.
Palm Coast's convenient motels provide the ideal "home base" for making day visits to many of Florida's nearby attractions. St. Augustine, the oldest city in the nation, is half an hour away, as are Daytona Beach's beautiful white sand beaches. Marineland, on A1A, is only minutes away. Take a jaunt to DeLeon Springs for breakfast pancakes that you cook yourself on a griddle in the middle of the table. See the manatees at Blue Springs and enjoy walking around the quaint town of Mt. Dora. Then return at the end of a fun, busy, bustling day to the peace and serenity of Palm Coast - a Florida paradise.