Palm Coast is a city in Flagler County, Florida. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 75,180, more than twice the 32,832 counted in 2000. The population was estimated to be 80,600 in 2014. It is the most populous city in Flagler County. Palm Coast is part of the Deltona–Daytona Beach–Ormond Beach, FL metropolitan statistical area.
Restaurants in Palm Coast
4.5 based on 179 reviews
While walking in a local park is not usually high on my list of things to do on vacation, my husband and I took an early morning stroll here and were totally enchanted. Snaking along the intercoastal waterway and through moss coveted live oaks, every step is a delight. Large fishing pier, benches, rest rooms and a playground for the kids. Herons and egrets abound and are happy to pose for photographs.
4.5 based on 197 reviews
Huge park with an amazing waterfront area and historical sites hosted the Native American Festival. This was a fantastic family event with dancing, native attire, exhibits, food, vendors and a kids zone. Highly recommend everyone attend the next one.
4.5 based on 164 reviews
Flagler Beachfront Winery is an upscale winery making great wine oceanfront. We offer a variety of wines made Onsite from some of the best growers in different regions across the United States. Relax on our ocean view patio with some tantalizing tapas, decadent desserts and wonderful wines. Come for the wine, stay for the view!
The Flagler Beachfront Winery is total awesomeness!!! Ken and Kelly, the owners, are the perfect couple to run this winery, as they are always welcoming, friendly, and helpful. They make their wine, which is sooo good, and you can have a glass and take home a bottle! They are well known for their wine slushies...lots of combinations so you can find your own perfect flavor, and so refreshing on a hot summer day. There are a variety of meat and cheese boards to choose from, if you're hungry, and don't forget the wine ice cream for dessert. All of this, plus an ocean view...doesn't get any better than that!! Highly recommend!!!
4.5 based on 567 reviews
We had 2 German exchange students who were taken to Disney World, Gatorland ,St Augustine and Busch Gardens. When they wrote their experiences in a school wide "thank-you"- the two we hosted talked about Washington Oaks and Marineland(beach)- as their most memorable American experience... that says it all
4.5 based on 256 reviews
We visited in late February. It was a windy day and there were lots of fishermen on the pier. There is a fee to walk on the pier, 1 dollar for seniors. You get a nice view of the beach.
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Bings Landing is a nice park along the intercoastal waterway. Fishing is available with a bait shop. Captain's Bar B Q restaurant is located right inside the park and offers delicious BBQ meals.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Great beach, this is the favorite for locals. Go early Lots of beach not so much parking. You need to load the cooler not much you can buy here.
4 based on 210 reviews
This place has a little bit of everything...restaurants, furniture, barber, realtors. But it doesn't start to crank up until the afternoon and into the night with the bars. I agree with Lisa S, that the galleries are a bit overpriced. Parking can be a bear if you have to park in the extended parking lot across the road after the main one is full. Good time during St. Patrick's Day.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Fun on the farm, that describes the Florida Agricultural Museum. Visit our 1890 Florida Cracker home complete with rare heritage livestock (Cracker Cows, Cracker Horses and the Florida piney woods rooter hog). Chickens, ducks and a tame Turkey greet our visitors before they depart on a tractor ride tour of the museum's historic farm buildings. Guided horseback riding is available by reservation. Horseback ride along beautiful trails over our 400 acre property or ride your horse over Interstate 95 on the "horses only" bridge to an adjoining 3000 acres of riding trails. Camping with or without your horse is available. You can also visit the Hewitt's Sawmill Archaeological Site located on a heavily treed 3/4 mile hiking trail. Discover the site of a water powered sawmill that operated from 1770 to 1813. We also rent Governor Caldwell's 5000 square foot diary barn for parties and wedding receptions. You can even get married lake side under a canopy trees. Everything at our museum is real. Not a plastic rock in the place. Come visit us and you will learn some Florida history and you might even carry home a free souvenir on your shoe. Your tour will last at lease an hour but the memories will last forever.
On the final day of our two-day trip to St. Augustine with my family, we decided to head here since our daughter loves petting zoos and we wanted her to see some animals and get her outdoors. Well, the day we happened to be there, there were no guides around and so the only staff person there could just show us some bunnies and goats. She was very friendly, but we only got to see the area immediately surrounding the office. I'm not sure I'd ever go back but if I did, I would call ahead first to make sure they are open AND that guides are available.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
Free parking Free bathrooms that are clean and not porta potties - the beach is CLOSED till May for dune restoration....
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