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Palm Coast is Home to Countless Golf Courses, Museums and Recreational Parks

Palm Coast is one of the cities in Florida that was developed right from the start by ITT Development corporation. The 1969 plan was to built approximately 48,000 homes on 42,000 acres of land. The plan included the construction of freshwater and saltwater canals. Palm Coast enjoys close proximity to neighboring cities like St. Augustine and Daytona Beach...this means easy access to amenities, facilities, malls, restaurants, offices, tourist attractions, parks and museums.

Many popular golf courses in the state of Florida are located within a short drive from Palm Coast’s city center and they include Palm Harbor Golf Club, Cypress Knoll Golf Course and Grand Haven Golf Club. While the city is usually a big hit with pro golfers, that is not the only activity one can engage in in the city. For example, you can visit Florida Agricultural Museum’s Old Town for a walk down memory lane, make a charter bus stop at Patrick Williams Sculptures and Ormond Memorial Art Museum to view some awe-inspiring sculptures and paintings or have an outing at The Humidor Cigar Bar and Lounge, especially if you are planning a bachelor or bachelorette party for your friends.

US Coachways works with a wide network of businesses, bus owners, operators, dispatchers and drivers who can bring you the best-priced charter bus rental packages in Palm Coast, FL. Give us a call to find out more about renting a charter bus, party bus, mini bus, school bus, limousine, exotic vehicle, tour bus and other vehicles that can be used for your wedding, birthday, anniversary, corporate function, business meeting, exhibition, promotional tour and other similar events in Florida.

Hints and Suggestions - What to do in Palm Coast, FL

There are historical landmarks, golf courses, countless parks and iconic landmarks to explore in downtown Palm Coast. Here are some of the city’s most popular points of interest and tourist attractions. Be sure to check them out!


  • Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Palm Coast boasts of a wide range of recreational activities that are suitable for visitors of all ages. One of our customers’ favorites is heading out in a group for a fun and exciting night out bowling with their families and friends. If that sounds like something you would like to have in your itinerary, try bringing the rented charter bus to Palm Coast Lanes on Old Kings Road. Worry not, Palm Coast Lanes is open 7 days a week and has modern facilities for competitive bowling.
  • Art & Cultural — Florida Agricultural Museum will take you back in time, a time when Palm Coast was a farm town. Instead of providing kids with an indoor museum, this attraction lets children run around its spacious grounds while learn about old farming equipment on their own and also exploring old buildings like a country store and buildings from Florida’s Pioneers. Easily spend a few hours with a knowledgeable guide who tends to pets and animals like ducks, rabbits, goats and pigs.. Also available is a trail ride on horses from the farm - there is lush and gorgeous landscape that rings of an old school era. Art lovers will also enjoy visiting the Patrick Williams Sculptures which consists of creative artwork made out of everyday items like driftwood; there is also an indoor art gallery for visitors to enjoy. If you like the history of art, be sure to organize a group trip to The Lightner Museum of King Street. Expect to be awed by the stained glass room courtesy of Louis Comfort Tiffany, a huge collection of historic artwork like bronze statues which dates as far back as the 19th century. Do you think looking at the world’s oldest ‘Wanted’ poster is fun? Perhaps you think that getting to learn about the world’s oldest treasure chest is something you want to do during your trip to Palm Coast. Both of these can be found at St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum at St. Augustine’s Castillo Drive. They are not to be missed because they are authentically the only ones left in the world. Ormond Memorial Art Museum, on the other hand, is where visitors can find classic masterpieces and a Memorial Wall dedicated to Veterans who served the country during various wars like Vietnam and Korean War. After the visit, stop by the 2.5 acre garden for a relaxing walk-about. Hollingsworth Gallery goes beyond being a simple art gallery that showcases work from local talents like Richard Schreiner, Krystyna Spisal-Madeic, Diana Gilson, Christine Sulliban and many more. There are art classes for children and adults offered.
  • Restaurant & Shopping — The locals are as passionate about their thriving art scene and cultural landmarks as they are about their dining scene. Visitors can have a cool bachelor or bachelorette party at The Humidor Cigar Bar and Lounge on Palm Harbor Parkway, or quick Italian pizza and wine at Focaccia. Houligan’s boasts of the city’s best chicken wings, comfort food and bar snacks, it caters to small and large parties alike. If you wish to spice up your meal a little, try reserving a table at Thai Korner which serves not just Thai food but also sushi and drunken noodles too. Mexican food can be found almost everywhere in the city but try Burrito Works Taco Shop at Palm Coast Parkway for an affordable dining-out experience. Seafood is a straight-from-the-ocean affair for the locals and to sample some, try Atlantic Grille which has online reservation services on their website.
  • Golf Courses & Sports Venues – In general, Florida is a golfer’s Paradise...and many world class golf courses are located within Palm Coast’s vicinity. Ocean Hammock Golf Club has been piled praises for having one of the regions most gorgeous courses so, grab your camera and snap away while you play. For a challenging game, there is Hammock Dunes Creek Course while Hammock Dunes Links Course is located merely 20 minutes drive away from Conservatory Course. Other world class golf courses, resorts and facilities include Palm Harbor Golf Club, Cypress Knoll Golf Course, Grand Haven Golf Club, The Grand Club Pine Course and Palm Coast Resort Golf Club. The Palm Harbor Golf Club is a favorite with the locals while Cyrpress Knoll Golf Course provides an excellent after-game hangout place for golfers at its club. The course at Palm Coast Resort is suitable for beginners and intermediate level golfers.
  • Historical Sites & Landmarks — There are many historical landmarks located throughout the city but one of the most iconic ones would be St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum. This historical attraction was completed in 1875 with more than two hundred steps leading up to the top. Today, visitors can slowly make their way up to learn about the city’s deep history, famous shipwrecks around the area and the city’s beautiful marina. While many people consider Old City in St. Augustine to be a shopping destination, the neighborhood’s quaint and charming traits makes it a historical landmark instead. It boasts of a robust night scene, countless bars and restaurants as well as Castillo de San Marcos. Palm Coast is home to some of the most immaculately built and supportive churches in the region and if this is what you are looking for, get the charter bus driver to bring your group to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church which is a big church tucked away in a small corner of the city, Parkview Baptist Church on Belle Terre Parkway, Trinity Presbyterian Church and not forgetting the warm and welcoming Palm Coast United Methodist Church.
  • Parks & Outdoor Activities —  You are in Florida, the weather is great and there is no excuse not to organize a day out with the kids at a local park. Washington Oaks Gardens State Park has a nice walking, jogging, running and biking trail with some lovely shades and historical information exhibited along the way. The best place to visit the park is spring and fall. The Princess Place Preserve is the local’s go-to place whenever they need to get out and hike in the wilderness. There are different trails with different lengths and difficulty levels. Bing’s Landing can be a little crowded during weekends but if you get there early, you might be able to get hold of a nice picnic spot and table. Jungle Hut Park is an ocean-front park which can be a little difficult to find but once found, it is definitely worth the drive. Waterfront Park on Palm Coast Parkway is another hidden gem. The trails will take visitors around the intercoastal waterways and into lots of shaded areas for you to rest and grab a snack. There is a very good reason that some residents calls Varn Park their all time favorite park - there is a quiet beach, well-maintained facilities, rest rooms and clean sands to enjoy.
  • Zoos & Aquariums — Although not your conventional zoo, St. Augustine Alligator Farm is a fun and exciting attraction for little kids because there are alligators, birds, mammals and the occasional comodo dragon lurking around every corner. It will be a fun and educational experience for young school-going children.

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