Whether in the form of hikes through nature preserves many miles across or impromptu picnics in suburban pocket parks, a walk is your way to embrace the restorative powers of the great outdoors. A walk in the park is a pursuit you've embraced across the world, in cities big and small, whenever you've been faced with unscheduled hours and a destination to explore. When you're staying at one of the hotels in Palm Coast, FL, make your way to the waterfront and prepare for a walk in the park like no other.
Visiting Palm Coast
Choose a room with a view at one of the waterfront hotels near Palm Coast, FL and you'll wake every morning to a panorama encompassing the Intracoastal Waterway and miles of canals. The sight will inspire you to get out and explore a city where dolphins and manatees share space with locals and visitors. When the urge for an unhurried day has you yearning for that walk in the park, meander along the Intracoastal Waterway Trail in Waterfront Park, where old oaks and tall pines shade your path. Gaze over the water as you stroll and the sleek silhouette of a dolphin or the still, white egret might catch your eye. Even the shortest stroll will remind you of the words of John Muir: "In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks." A walk in the park will only take you so far, so when you're ready to continue your travels in Florida, rent a car in Palm Coast and drive north to St. Augustine or south to Daytona Beach. Remarkable places to walk near Daytona Beach hotels include more than a dozen beach parks and Tiger Bay State Forest, a mysterious land of swamps, pine islands, and ponds.
Ready to browse Palm Coast hotels? Download the Travelocity app and plan Florida fun while you're out and about – at the coffee shop, on your way to work, or maybe from a bench in your local park.