The city of Bunnell is the county seat for Flagler County and is at the heart of the Heritage Crossroads corridor. It is a typical “Old Florida” town that grew up around the railroad and made its mark with the agriculture and silviculture industries in the early 20th century. It still holds much of the values and way of life to this day. Bunnell is proud of its heritage and welcomes visitors from near and far with its warm people, country diners and quaint atmosphere.
The city of Flagler Beach is located just east of Intracoastal Waterway, on SR 100. The city of Flagler Beach is one of the few small, beachside towns left in Florida. It was incorporated in the early 20th century and is a neighborhood of Bunnell, since it’s only approximately 8 miles east of the county seat on Moody Boulevard (SR 100). It offers a quiet, laid back way of life. On any given day in Flagler Beach you’ll see locals, tourists and surfers mingling along the beachside of SR A1A or in one of its many restaurants discussing the political issue of the day.
The city of Palm Coast is located along the byway but the town center is on the fringe of the Heritage Crossroads corridor and offers many hotel and dining destinations.