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About Palm Coast

Palm Coast is a laid back beachfront community that's extremely popular among tourists. If you're looking for a low-key place to witness dolphins leaping in the waves, manatees lounging in the waterways, or sea turtles strolling along the roadside, Palm Coast vacation rentals on the waterfront are a prime pick for your next Floridian vacation.

Things to Do

Located on a scenic strip of eastern Florida and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Palm Coast is a popular destination for outdoor activities. The Flagler Beach and Palm Coast area boasts 19 miles of picturesque beaches where you can swim and sun. In the Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, you'll find more of a rustic beachfront with scattered boulders and tidal pools. The park also features elegant formal gardens with camellias, azaleas, and bird of paradise beneath a charming oak hammock.

If you're interested in a round of golf, head to Hammock Beach Resort where you can tee off beside stunning ocean views. The six-hole Ocean Course is on the very edge of the ocean, while the more extensive 18-hole Conservatory Course features waterfalls, coquina rock mounds, and oak-lined fairways. If you’re traveling with kids, Pirates Cove Adventure Golf is a themed mini golf park that provides fun for kids and adults alike. Located at nearby Ormond Beach, this park features two golf courses with various levels of difficulty. It is a fun attraction that is sure to entertain the kids and bring out your family’s competitive spirit. 


Palm Coast's warm balmy weather is one of its biggest draws, making Palm Coast waterfront vacation rentals an enticing option in any season. Average highs range from 89 in July and August to 64 in January. Lows stay in the low 70s through the summer and dip to the mid to upper 40s in winter. The Palm Coast rainy season is between June and September, when it gets between six and eight inches of monthly precipitation.


Your dining options in Palm Coast are wonderfully diverse. For fine dining, head to the Atlantic Grille at Hammock Beach Resort. This is the only oceanfront restaurant in the city, and reservations are highly recommended. If you're in the mood for something more casual, go to Captain's BBQ for slow cooked Southern BBQ prepared in a wood burning smoker.

Looking for a unique dining experience? Head to Highjackers. Located near the runway of the Flagler County Airport, this is a prime spot for soaking up some aviation history or watching planes take off and land during your meal. The menu includes burgers, salads, sandwiches, and wraps as well as popular seafood picks like coconut shrimp, clam strips, and ahi tuna.


The Palm Coast nightlife is confined primarily to cozy local bars where you can belly up for a drink or relax with a game of pool. Smiles Night Club is a popular pick for drinks and dancing. If you want a laid back destination for beer and pool, head to Scruffy Murphys. Popular among tourists is The Humidor Cigar Bar & Lounge, though the prices are a bit steep.


While staying in the city of Palm Coast, you will want to take part in the many festivals and events that occur all throughout the year. Palm Coast’s International Fest is a food and wine festival that takes place each October. In 2014, the festival introduced an Art Experience in collaboration with the Palm Coast Arts Foundation. Admission is free and attendees can enjoy live entertainment and hands-on activities. The Birds of a Feather Festival is a family-friendly event that allows families to hike, bike, or walk the trails along the 125 miles of coastline and view more than 200 bird species.

If you're ready for a low-key vacation filled with sandy beach strolls and great games of golf, book a Palm Coast waterfront vacation rental. This stretch of oceanfront is a welcoming destination for all types of visitors, from singles who want a lazy beach weekend, to families looking for an affordable vacation destination in Florida.

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