It's a lifestyle like no other!
Where to Retire magazine, a Houston-based publication that rates the best retirement regions, towns and master-planned communities based on factors such as living costs and taxes, has selected Palm Coast as one of the top places in the U.S.. for retirees to live.
There's so much to see, experience and participate in, here.
The air is crisp and clean.
There's little traffic or congestion.
The schools are top-notch.
There are houses of worship representing a broad spectrum of faiths.
And, let's not forget
Stage shows and concerts there are local productions of high quality; and "bus & truck" performances from the entertainment centers of the country presented locally, as-well-as in St Augustine and Jacksonville to the North; Daytona Beach and Orlando to the South both easily reached within an hour or so.
Cuisine for all tastes served in beautiful, formal restaurants
Casual pubs and outdoor cafes - by staff that care about your enjoyment and who smile as they go about their duties
Golf one of the highest "golf courses per capita" areas in the country
Tennis courts galore, and a community tennis center recently recognized and awarded the Outstanding Public Facility Award for 2010 by the U.S. Tennis Association.
Fresh water and ocean fishing - deep sea, pier and beach
Hiking/jogging/biking trails miles and miles of them
Historic preserves steeped in the history of Florida and the Nation
Youth, sports and nature parks virtually everywhere you look
The Atlantic Ocean and the Inland ...(show more)
|Primary School||Lewis E. Wadsworth Elementary|
|Middle School||Buddy Taylor Middle School|
|Zip Code||32164||95% more|
|City||Palm Coast||83% more|
|Congressional District||7||32% more|
|Area Code||386||86% more|
|Primary School||Lewis E. Wadsworth Elementary||21% more|
|Middle School||Buddy Taylor Middle School||86% more|
|Unified School District||Flagler County School District||82% more|