Palm Coast Beach Essay

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Live in Plantation Bay, Play in Palm Coast Plantation Bay Golf and Country Club residents love their hometown of Ormond Beach, Florida. From fun dining spots, to wide, uncrowded Atlantic beaches, Ormond Beach offers much to love. John D. Rockefeller thought so too. The oil-industry titan purchased his winter getaway home, The Casements, only two blocks from the beach, in 1918 and wintered there until his death on May 23, 1937. It continues its welcoming ways as a community cultural center today. Ormond Beach remains a coastal gem — think salty breezes, ancient oaks and palms — but if you’re seeking a new Florida home with a golf and country-club lifestyle, Plantation Bay residents actually can claim TWO spunky, thriving beach towns as…show more content…
Palm Coast-area dining can be as casual as a basket of freshly cooked local shrimp or as involved as aged steaks and serious wine. Fun beach bars dot Florida’s coastal highway, AIA, just east of Palm Coast proper. Sample freely Watch the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean with a steaming cuppa from a local coffee house, then toast the sunset over the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway from a restaurant’s dockside tables. Yep, you can do all that. Activities The City of Palm Coast offers a Trek It Out map that will guide you through 26 (!) miles of hiking, biking, walking, running — and equestrian — excursions along an amalgam of paved, graded and boardwalk trails that are linked, in many cases, throughout the area. Palm Coast maintains five bicycle maintenance stations; locations are included on the map, which can be picked up at eight spots around the city or downloaded as a PDF. Hint: several of the above trails are on the Great Florida Birding Trail. The Intracoastal borders Palm Coast to the east, offering kayaking, pleasure boating and fishing opportunities. Visit historic Marineland to commune with dolphins and other sea life. And, check out the unspoiled, uncrowded beaches. Need we say
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