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The Palm Coast Dump was also referred to as the Palm Coast Landfill. We do not know if it was an *official* Dumpsite but do know that for decades early on, it was used for Construction Debris, atypically items you see tossed into Dumpsters at the Construction Sites.
Pls. remember that early on, this area was the farthest point North that was developed.  We do not know when it was closed.
Oftentimes you would see people bicycling around this area because it was so little travelled.
The early entrance was at the same location of the entrance off of Palm Harbor Parkway, however,  the gate was of Galvanized metal, perhaps 10 feet swinging wide, enough for a truck to go through.  
The Entrance is just North of Cris Lane and just south of the Hairpin Curve at Forest Grove Drive.

The Entrance  was, going NORTH on Dr. J. Norman Young Parkway, a.k.a. Palm Harbor Parkway on the right hand side, just north of Cris Lane.


The Map above was from an early Map; the Creek Golf Course appears in the upper right as a Square.  We think and allege that perhaps this is the area of the now 'The Conservatory' and the 'Creek* Golf Course is to the right of it now.
Some initial information about it now can be found at:
It appears The Conservatory Course is:  App. #   4-035-92930-2 and the Creek Course is App. #  4-035-92930-1  which are the ERP Application Numbers.


In/Around this Cemetary was the ITT Dump/Landfill
The Eatman Family Cemetary

The Eatman Family Cemetary is just inside the gates to The Creek Golf Course,

Closeup of Markers/ Headstones in the Eatman Cemetary.

1969-1996 Entrance to the Dump/Landfill, thereafter Entrance to The Creek Golf Course.

We will remain Stewards of all this information hoping for a Certified Local Government like so many other Florida Leadership Cities already are; hoping for a Museum like Flagler Beach already has.