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See the Lovely Sights on a Bus Charter in Palm Coast, Florida

Palm Coast, Florida

Palm Coast is home to more than 75,000 people. Located in Flagler County, it is part of the Deltona - Daytona Beach - Ormond Beach metro area. Get on a bus charter in Palm Coast, Florida and discover the many attractions you can find here.

A bus charter in Palm Coast, Florida can take you to:

Beaches. You can have the best time at the city's beaches. You can go to Old Salt Beach Park, a famous beachfront park that features parking spaces, outside showers and restrooms. You could get into the water here or just watch the whales as they swim by. However, the area's best beaches are in nearby Flagler Beach, which has more than 19 miles of pristine sand beaches and surfs that would delight any surfer.

The Outdoors. Aside from the beaches, you could also enjoy the outdoors and the natural beauty of Palm Coast. Go to the Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, where you would be amazed by the formal gardens that it keeps. You can also find different habitats here such as the coastal hammock, the tidal marshes, beach and coastal scrub. You can also see several plants and animals here, including live oaks, hickories, azaleas, sea turtles, manatees, bald eagles and falcons, among others. Lastly, you could go biking, fishing, and hiking, or you can have a picnic.

Princess Place Preserve is a great place to go biking, birding, camping, horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and do other activities. Meanwhile, Waterfront Park has 20 acres of space that features picnic facilities, fishing piers, multi-use trails. You can take advantage of the bicycle maintenance station, the playground and the benches here, as well as visit the Children's Memorial Garden.

Further, you have Varn Park, where you can fish, have a picnic, or go wildlife viewing. There is a beach area where you could surf or just have a quiet fishing time.

The city has several nature preserves such as the Bird of Paradise Nature Reserve and the Long Creek Nature Preserve. It also has several trails fit for hiking, jogging, biking, and even horseback, including trails at Ralph Carter Park, the Intracoastal Waterway Trail, and the Palm Coast Linear Park. Plus, you can go to the Indian Trails Sports Complex and watch soccer and lacrosse games, or swim at the Frieda Zamba Swimming Pool. Other parks here are Belle Terre Park, Heroes Memorial Park, James F. Holland Memorial Park, and Seminole Woods Neighborhood Park.

Golf courses. Choose from any one of these great golf courses to tee off: the Grand Club Cypress Course, the Grand Club Pine Course, Grand Haven Golf Club, Palm Harbor Golf Club, Hammock Dunes Club, Creek Course at Hammock Dunes, Hammock Beach Resort, and the Conservatory at Hammock Beach.

Florida Agricultural Museum. The Florida Agricultural Museum features a homestead that was built in the 1890s by a pioneer settler in the area, as well as a restored 1900s dry goods store and five other restored buildings. You can also find a dairy barn here or go on horseback trail rides.

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