Legacy Vacation Club Palm Coast

Palm Coast, Florida

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Reviews of Legacy Vacation Club Palm Coast

Palm Coast, Florida


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  • Avatar for mummaredweek
    By mummaredweek Feb 28, 2014

    This is a beautiful setting with paths, little bridges over waterways, and huge old trees. Because it's NOT on the beach, it's spacious, units are large and very comfortable. The little shopping center across the street has more charm than most, and better restaurants.

  • Avatar for janetb91
    By janetb91 Aug 16, 2009

    Just returned from week at resort - 8/09. Very well kept up - beautiful pool. Close to Golf Hall of Fame and all the activities in St. Augustine. Very quiet resort. About 4 miles from ocean with a walking path on the intercoastal. Would go again.

  • Avatar for nancyp76
    By nancyp76 Sep 15, 2005

    Great Place for the family! Very friendly staff. Good location for golfers and beach goers. St.Augustine is an awesome place to visit. This is tucked away in a quiet area - boating - new Village opening up soon. Palm Coast is a growing place.

  • Avatar for deb160
    By deb160 Jul 6, 2004

    Nice, quiet resort. We were there for Bike Week and found the resort to be very accomodating of our extra parking needs. They were very friendly and helpful. Would stay again.

  • Avatar for joseph330
    By joseph330 May 26, 2004

    to old

  • Avatar for hanorah2
    By hanorah2 Nov 23, 2003

    Had a lovely time with my family. Would stay there again.

  • Avatar for jgtragesser
    By jgtragesser Oct 20, 2003

    We returned recently from a delightful week (June15, 2003) at the Harbour Club in Palm Coast, FL.. the units are fairly large with 2-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, full kitchen and a large screened porch.. the resort is part of a rather large resort complex previously owned by ITT Sheraton and includes a resort hotel and a marina on the intercoastal waterway.. an outdoor pool, miniature golf, shuffle board, bicycle rental and an activity center are among the resort's amenities.. a TERRRIFIC 3-mile paved path skirts the intercoastal from the resort into the town center for strolling. biking, roller blading, etc..

    Over the intercoastal bridge (a $2 fee going, but free on the return trip) is an area referred to by the Spanish as the 'Hammocks'.. a considerable amount of development is on-going here with a major golf club and residential home building.. here on Jungle Hut Road is a secluded, WONDERFUL beach with soft cinnamon colored sand, swooping Pelicans and frolicking Dolphins..

    About an hour's drive north is ST. Augustine, the nation's oldest settlement.. along the way on A1A (the scenic coastal highway) is a state park and and oceanarium, both worth visiting..

    To the south about an hour's drive is the frantic activity of Daytona Beach which includes NASCAR racing, flee markets and shopping.. not to be missed, again along A1A, is the community of Flagler Beach and many freely accessible public beach facilities where we enjoyed picnic lunches from the nearest Publix deli..

    Joe Tragesser

  • Avatar for breezy1
    By breezy1 Aug 24, 2003

    This Gold Crown Resort is perfect for a relaxing vacation on Florida's Palm Coast. The historic town of St Augustine is 30 min away, and the trolley ride there is a must! Disney is approx 60 if you're in the mood for Mickey. Shops, restaurants, golf, everything nearby. The staff is wonderful, the place is immaculate, the furnishings are tasteful, and the views are of pond/fountain areas. It's a great place!

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