Below are some early Palm Coast Maps
|'...Largest Planned Community in the Nation...', '...Largest 'New Town' in the WORLD...'
....How Proud to be the '...Largest Planned Community in the Nation...', and '...the Largest 'New Town' in the
Please note Palm Coasts' borders with 5 Miles of Palm Coast Beaches, our 'Palm Coast 'Visitors Center' directly adjacent
to Scenic A1A, our Bon Terre Boat Dock and Boat Landing, our own public Palm Coast Beach Club with Oceanviewing Swimming Pool,
tennis courts, croquet courts, Acres and Acres of Tropically Landscaped property of Palm Coast directly overlooking and adjacent
to the Atlantic Ocean , and so many more Inducements to Purchase in this Gargantuan Palm Coast !...
|Early Palm Coast Map Advertising and Promotion
Upper Right from Right to Left:
Atlantic Ocean; Sheraton Palm Coast Resort, Bon Terre Boat Landing/ Visitors Center, Harbor Club Marina,
PALM HARBOR SWIM CLUB & PALM HARBOR TENNIS CLUB , The Harbor Restaurant, Palm Harbor
Golf Club for Sections 1-19.
Lower Left, Belle Terre Swim and Racquet Club
The Palm Harbor Community is the upper quadrant, I-95 on the left and at the bottom is St. Joe Grade, a.k.a. Palm
Coast Parkway. It includes Sections: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16.
The other side of I-95 are the Indian Trails Community and the Matanzas Community. They include Sections:
11, 12, 13, 17, 35, 37.
As referenced in the Florida Public Offering Statement filed by ITT Community Development Corporation, Designated As
PALM COAST Sections 1 through 19 Effective Date: July 30, 1971, Sections 18 and Sections 19 are below St. Joe Grade
( Palm Coast Parkway West ) and encompasses just a small amount of the area there within the Pine Lakes Community.
Belle Terre Middle School, a.k.a. Buddy Taylor Middle School and the Belle Terre Swim and Racquet Club is in Section
25 within the Belle Terre Community, not referenced in the Florida Public Offering Statement.