Flagler County is a region in Florida seeing tremendously rapid growth. In fact, Flagler County is the fastest growing region in the country, now comprised of a population of about 83,000. Named after Florida pioneer Henry M. Flagler, the region lies next to Volusia County, arguably most famous for being the home of Daytona Beach. Flagler Beach tends to be a particular favorite among new Flagler County residents thanks to its scenic coasts and high end residences that have long boosted Flagler Countys real estate appeal. Some of the famous commons in Flagler County include Washington Oaks State Gardens and Bulow Plantation Ruins.