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200 Ocean Crest Drive, Palm Coast, United States
55 Town Center Boulevard, Palm Coast, United States
400 Old Kings Rd, Palm Coast, United States
200 Flagler Plaza Drive , Palm Coast, United States
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... Andy and I will get more up-to-the-date journaling going. ( Decent connection here at this camp ground in GA.= no excuses) Palm Coast is north of Flagler Beach by 8-10 miles. This gallery is right on A1A and we stopped in to enjoy their open ...
... , and it was tough to say goodbye! The first weekend we were there, we spent the whole time riding and taking lots of pictures. Palm Coast is very well located-about 30 minutes south of St. Augustine and about 30 minutes north of Daytona. And it is a ...
Ginn Hammock Beach was a wonderful property. Not just because my family was able to join me (which was definitely a highlight), but because the staff was nice enough to upgrade us into a 3 bedroom villa. With the extra bedroom, David also ...
After a wonderful sleep in a hotel we ate breakfast and will head out again... Yesterday was tiring but fun to be finally in Florida... We have about 4 hours until we reach coral ...
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The Ocean & 16th Road, Palm Coast, Florida, United States
Named a "Modern Classic" by Links Magazine, this oceanfront 18-hole championship golf course features indigenous forest and wetlands, coastal dune formations and the Atlantic Ocean itself as a panoramic backdrop.
398 Lakeview Blvd., Palm Coast, Florida, United States
This Arnold Palmer/Ed Seay-designed layout offers "Amen Corner" beginning on the 13th hole and a par 5 at the 18th, with a spectacular island green.
53 East Hampton Boulevard, Palm Coast, Florida, United States
Created by Gary Player, this scenic and challenging golf course measures 6,591 yards and is designed to conform to the boundaries of native wetlands and natural lakes.
400 Pine Lakes Parkway, Palm Coast, Florida, United States
This Palmer-Seay design is a challenging 7,074-yard layout featuring water on eleven holes, rolling fairways and manicured greens.