Welcome to Palm Harbor
A quiet, growing neighborhood on the canal with waterfront views and a laid-back lifestyle
Palm Harbor is an affluent waterfront neighborhood in Palm Coast, Florida, with 23 miles of saltwater canals, which provide access to the Intracoastal Waterway. It is located east of the Palm Coast Parkway interstate and north of Flagler Beach. The community is active and fast-growing, with many nearby attractions, golf resorts, and parks.
Palm Harbor is a peaceful and quiet community with various housing options that attract a range of residents, including families, professionals, business owners, and retirees. The main drag is a series of restaurants, bars, and boutiques, making it a great place to explore and take in the water views. The best part about Palm Harbor is that it is close enough to the action in Palm Coast but far enough away to feel like a moderately small town with a small-town feel. The Palm Coast neighborhood is one of the most desirable communities in the area and has a variety of homes ranging from small cottages to large mansions.
What to Love
- Direct water access for boating or canoeing
- Outdoor lifestyle and activities
- Moderately priced waterfront living
- Nearby resorts and attractions
Palm Harbor is near many recreational and fitness opportunities because it is on the water and close to different activities and resorts. Locals can enjoy boating, canoeing, hiking, fishing, and other outdoor activities. The community is also in a perfect location to engage in the lively downtown, with many shops and eateries and a thriving nightlife. The convenient community is a short drive to beaches, parks, health care, education, and social amenities. Residents love the luxury homes and short commute to a range of experiences and laid-back lifestyle.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The community is located on the Intracoastal Waterway, just minutes away from the ocean, shopping, and dining. The Green Lion Café is a Palm Harbor Golf Club restaurant where locals can eat, drink, and relax. The restaurant serves American and coastal cuisine and offers a Sunday brunch, live music, and event space. 5th Element Palm Coast is a casual dining option with a covered patio that serves traditional Indian food, wine, and beer.
La Piazza Café is a charming, upscale eatery with stately chairs, white tablecloths, and outdoor seating that serves Italian dishes like pasta and meats. Metro Diner is a popular dining space with a traditional diner vibe that serves hearty breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Things to Do
Palm Harbor is home to the famous European Village in Palm Coast, a one-stop destination for dining, relaxing, and shopping. It has top-rated and award-winning eateries and fun entertainment opportunities. St. Joe Walkway/Palm Coast Linear Park is a 57-acre park with a playground, picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, sports courts, and bird watching. The park also has a 24/7 bike maintenance center so bikers can stay safe and have optimal riding conditions.
Palm Harbor Golf Club is an old club that was renovated and redesigned in 2009. The club has beautiful old oak and palm trees and Spanish moss. The area has natural beauty and provides a public golf course featuring a driving range, putting green, chipping green, and bunker. There is also a pro shop and dining option in the club.
Flagler Schools is a public school district with ten schools and more than 2,500 employees, making it the largest employer in Flagler County. The district serves approximately 13,000 students in the community and surrounding areas, such as Flagler Beach.