Palm Coast is a City of parks and trails - with 13 magnificent public parks offering a variety of recreational opportunities and the beauty of natural Florida. We invite you to explore our parks!
This park, located behind Wadsworth Elementary and Buddy Taylor Middle Schools, offers soccer fields, tennis and racquetball courts. Due to its proximity to the two schools, students often benefit from the park's recreational opportunities.
A passive park providing the Indian Trails neighborhood residents a place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature.
Drawing inspiration from towns and suburbs built in the early 20th century, this nine-acre urban park is situated in the heart of Town Center, Palm Coast's downtown area.
Nestled in the shade of old oak hammocks along the Intracoastal Waterway scenic trail just north of Waterfront Park, this special place serves as a peaceful sanctuary for all to rest, reflect and recall.
The Palm Coast Community Center is the home for the Parks and Recreation administrative offices. It also serves as the host location for the Palm Coast City Council Business Meetings, advisory committee meetings, recreation programs and activities.
Heated pool with lanes available for lap swimming
Those in the military and law enforcement who have served and sacrificed for our country now have a place to be honored. Each Memorial Day, Veteran's Day and Fourth of July memorial services are held in this park to recognize those who have given their lives in the line of duty. Branches of the military are honored with engraved granite monuments of these names, along with a Purple Heart Memorial.
Host site of local, regional and state Lacrosse and Soccer Tournaments, the ITSC/ITMS site provides visitors with exceptional athletic facilities conveniently located off of major transportation routes.
Holland Park is an important recreational and social hub in the community. Dog park and bocce ball courts attract residents to this most popular destination in the Palm Coast community.
Long Creek Nature Preserve is the newest jewel in the City of Palm Coast’s park system.
The Palm Coast Tennis Center, a 2010 USTA Facility fo the Year Award Winner, offers 10 Hydro-grid clay tennis couts lighted to tournament standards. Leagues, lessons, events, tournaments and programs for players of all ages and abilities are offered.
Palm Harbor Golf received a complete 18 hole renovation in 2009, including redesigning bunkers and updating hazards. Each hole with its unique character and challenges will offer a different experience every time you play.
Ralph Carter Park, adjacent to Rymfire Elementary School extends across 13.1 acres of land. It offers visitors lighted multi-sports fields, a mini skate park, a lighted basketball court, walking trail, playground, bar-b-que grills and restroom facility.
Seminole Woods Neighborhood Park creates an active, social environment for our visitors. The variety of recreational opportunities appeals to children, adults and seniors, making it a favorite family destination.
Nestled between the eastbound and westbound lanes of Palm Coast Parkway, Linear Park's 57-acre jewel features many amenities for all to enjoy, including a playground, picnic pavilions, hiking and biking trails, shuffleboard, bocce ball and bird watching.
Waterfront Park is the only City owned waterfront property along the Intracoastal Waterway.