Cities, Towns, Villages in Flagler County, Florida

Flagler County, Florida, is home to several cities, towns, and villages.

Cities in Flagler County 

1. Andalusia
2. Beverly Beach Trailer Park
3. Beverly Beach
4. Bimini
5. Black Point
6. Bon Terra
7. Bull Creek MH Park
8. Bunnell
9. Codys Corner
10. Deanville
11. Dupont
12. Espanola
13. Favoretta
14. Flagler Beach Trailer Park
15. Flagler Beach
16. Flagler by the Sea MH Park
17. Hanks Hideaway MH Park
18. Korona
19. Marineland
20. Myrtle Island
21. Neoga
22. Painters Hill
23. Palm Coast
24. Palm Terrace Mobile Manor
25. Plantation Oaks MH Park
26. Relay
27. Roy
28. Saint Johns Park
29. Shell Bluff
30. Surfside Estates MH Park
Flagler County, Florida map
Flagler County, Florida map

Quick Facts

Here’s a table of quick facts about Flagler County, Florida



County Seat



April 28, 1917


571 square miles (1,478 sq km)

Population (2020 Census)

Approximately 115,081

Official Website

Major Industries

Healthcare, Education, Tourism, Agriculture

Notable Attractions

Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area, Flagler Beach Pier, Princess Place Preserve

Educational Institutions

Daytona State College (Flagler/Palm Coast Campus)

Natural Beauty

Atlantic Ocean coastline, Intracoastal Waterway, lush parks, and natural preserves

Unique Features

Home to numerous golf courses, popular destination for retirees

Flagler County Sheriff

Emergency Services

Fire Rescue, Emergency Medical

Is Flagler Florida a good place to live?

Living in Flagler Beach offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Flagler Beach there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many retirees live in Flagler Beach and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Flagler Beach are above average

What is Flagler Florida known for?

Augustine and Daytona Beach, Flagler Beach draws in visitors with its friendly, laid-back atmosphere and retro style. Flagler Beach offers six miles of uncrowded shoreline, ocean-view dining, eclectic shops, lush green parks, bountiful fishing spots, surfable waves, and free access to the beach

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