The Woodlands, like Palm Harbor, was one of the first parts of Palm Coast to be built. In the middle of town, between Old Kings Road and Colbert Lane. This neighborhood is next to a 3,500-acre park with wildlife walks and is close to I-95 and the Hammock.
During the ’70s and ’80s, a lot of houses were built. The area’s landscape is pretty and well-established. The name also comes from a 3,500-acre protected area that is close by. The Woodlands is the name of that area of protection, of course.
BL Section Highlights
- The BL Section, also known as Woodlands, is a hidden gem on the eastern end of Palm Coast Parkway, one of the earliest settled parts of town.
- The homes in the BL Section were mostly built in the 1970s and 80s, and have well-established landscaping.
- The BL Section adjoins the Woodlands, a sprawling 3,500 acre conservation area, where residents can enjoy nature and wildlife.
- The BL Section is very close to the Hammock Dunes toll bridge, which allows travelers to access A1A north of Flagler Beach and explore the northern Flagler County beaches, The Hammock, Marineland, and St. Augustine.
- The BL Section has quick access to Interstate 95, an abundance of shops and restaurants, and the new Town Center by way of Old Kings Road.
- The BL Section is part of the Indian Trails neighborhood, which boasts some of the best schools in Flagler County.