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POPUL ATION 2,9 76 FAC T OID CRACKER DAY Photo credit: A.J. Neste *2018 Estimate; Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2018 The City of Bunnell is the second largest city in the State of Florida based on land mass. In the 1930s Bunnell was a lumber and turpentine town, while today it is more noted for potato, kale and cabbage production, as well as raising livestock. Bunnell owes part of its start to the railroad industry and the Florida East Coast Railway. HIGHL IGHT S GOOD E AT S The Flagler Playhouse offers a Bull Creek Fish Camp 3861 W CR 2006, Bunnell 386-437-1991 variety of theatrical activities including a full season of musicals and plays, a summer musical camp, children’s performances and much more. The Playhouse is an integral part of the cultural landscape of Flagler County. Discover many of the County’s interesting and historical sites as you hop aboard the Flagler County Historical Bus Tour. Enjoy a narrated ride with a local historian and a stop for lunch at Bull Creek Fish Camp. Reservations are required by calling 386-439-5003. Southern Table Restaurant 501 S State St, Bunnell 386-263-3120 Osteria Rustica Italian Restaurant 4750 E Moody Blvd, Bunnell 386-437-2000 POPUL A R E V ENT Cracker Day typically include bull riding, steer riding, sack races, chute doggin’, ribbon ropin’, chicken chase, pig chase, boot race, barrels and the best Southern bar-b-que lunch! Bunnell S tep back in time to one of the oldest towns on Florida’s east coast. Historic buildings, a thriving agricultural community and more than 400 year old live oak trees are just some of the more common sites you will see. Fantastic Flagler Visitor, Newcomer & Resident Guide     27