Flagler Palm Coast Amateur Radio Club

The Flagler Palm Coast Amateur Radio Club, located in Palm Coast, FL (Grid Square EL99), welcomes you to our website. We are an active social club organized for the purpose of bringing together local Amateur Radio Operators who share a common interest in the hobby and a willingness to serve the Flagler County community through their expertise in the field of communications.

We welcome everyone interested in Amateur Radio to attend our meetings and all licensed Radio Amateurs to participate in our weekly 2 meter nets.  Our Volunteer Examiner team conducts Amateur Radio Testing during the months of February, April, June, August, October, and December.

Our members have a variety of interests, including emergency communications, rag chewing, contesting, license testing, and antenna support.  The Flagler Antenna Response Team stands ready to assist with installing and/or repairing Amateur Radio antennas.

Please contact us at with any questions about Amateur Radio or the Flagler Palm Coast Amateur Radio Club.

To join our club, please download and complete our Membership Application and return it with your $30.00 check to the address that is listed on the application or bring it with you to a club meeting.


Our club hosts two 2 meter repeaters in Palm Coast. The northern W4FPC repeater is located on a tower at the Daytona State College Flagler County campus and the frequency is 147.075 MHz with a +600 kHz offset and PL tone of 123 Hz. This repeater is connected to the Internet through EchoLink node 31077 (W4FPC-R).

The southern W4FPC repeater is located on the Advent Health Palm Coast hospital near the intersection of FL-100 and Interstate 95.  This repeater's frequency is 146.715 MHz with a -600 kHz offset and PL tone of 123 Hz.

In the event that the repeaters are off the air, we monitor 2 meter simplex on 147.555 MHz.

We have a weekly VHF ragchew net on the 147.075 repeater each Monday night at 19:00.  This net is open to all licensed Radio Amateurs and everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate in our nets.