Flagler County, Florida

Flagler County is located in the north eastern part of Florida between St. Johns and Volusia Counties. Created in 1917 the county is named after Henry Morrison Flagler. Mr. Flagler built the Florida East last Railway. Flagler County includes 485 square miles of land and 85.77 square miles of water. The population of Flagler County was 95,696 according to the 2010 U.S. Census.

The county seat of Flagler County is the city of Bunnell, FL. Bunnell has a population of about 3,000 people. Bunnell is part of the Palm Coast Metropolitan Statistical Area. Bill T. Jones, famous choreographer, and a Tony Award Winner is from Bunnell, FL.

Flagler County is part of the Palm Coast, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. Flagler is known as a baseball community. Three Flagler baseball teams have made it to the State Tournament in recent years. Flagler County so far as been the only county to be completely evacuated. In 1998 two huge brush fires threatened the county. Officials made a decision to evacuate the whole county in case the fires merged together. Flagler County has several state parks and preserves within the county. Some of these parks include; Bulow Creeek State Park, Haw Creek Preserve, Russell Landing and Graham Swamp Preserve. Flagler County has several historical places to visit, some of these are; Bulow Plantation Ruins, Cherokee Grove, Marine Studios, Old Bunnell State Bank Building and Washington Oaks Historic District.

Flagler County is bordered by St. Johns County, FL to the North, the Atlantic Ocean to the East, Putnam County, FL to the West, and Volusia County, FL to the South.

Municipalities of Flagler County, FL

Incorporated Cities and Towns of Flagler, FL

Bunnell, Flagler Beach, Palm Coast, Marineland and Beverly Beach

Unincorporated Towns and Vilages of Flagler County, FL

Bimini, Cody’s Corner, Daytona North, Dupont, Espanola, Favoretta, Flagler Estates, Hammock, Korona, Painters Hill and Relay.


There are currently eight historical sites in Flagler County listed in the National Register of Historic Places.


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Historic Site Name Year Added Details
Historic Bulow Plantation Ruins in Flagler County Bulow Plantation Ruins
a.k.a. Bulowville
1970 Address Restricted , Bunnell
Historic Bunnell State Bank Building in Flagler County Bunnell State Bank Building
a.k.a. Citizens Bank of Bunnell
1992 101--107 N. Bay St. , Bunnell
Historic Cherokee Grove in Flagler County Cherokee Grove
a.k.a. Princess Place
1997 W of FL A1A and E of I-95, on Pellicer Cr., approximately .25 mi. S of the St. Johns--Flagler county line , Bunnell
Historic Dixie Highway--Hastings, Espanola and Bunnell Road in Flagler County Dixie Highway--Hastings, Espanola and Bunnell Road 2005 Roughly Espanola (Flagler County to Cty Rte 204 (St. Johns County) , Espanola
Historic Mala Compra Plantation Archeological Site in Flagler County Mala Compra Plantation Archeological Site 2004 Approx. 1000 ft. W of the intersection of N. Oceanshore Blvd. (FL A1A) and Mala Compra Dr. , Palm Coast
Historic Marine Studios in Flagler County Marine Studios
a.k.a. Marineland
1986 CT A1A, Box 122 , Marineland
Historic Vocational Agriculture Building in Flagler County Vocational Agriculture Building
a.k.a. Little Red Schoolhouse
2007 1001 E. Howe St. , Bunnell
Washington Oaks Historic District in Flagler County Washington Oaks Historic District 2009 6402 Oceanshore Blvd. , Palm Coast

There are many more important historical sites in Flagler County which have yet to be added to the National Register.


External Links for Flagler County FL:
Official County site - http://www.flaglercounty.org 

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