It's primarily a residential community, so there are plenty of quiet spots where you can bask in the sugary-white sand.
The complex features baseball fields, basketball courts, a boardwalk, fishing dock, fitness trail, nature trail, pavilion, picnic area, playground, racquet ball court, restrooms, shuffleboard courts, soccer and football fields, and tennis courts.
Ormond Beach Beach driving is a tradition here where world land speed records were set on the beach during the early 1900’s.
You can still drive on a section of this beach, but the atmosphere is more relaxed, and reading a good book in the sun is the perfect activity.
stayed here for Biketoberfest a few times somewhere to access main street by walking, has a great roof bar can see all over Daytona there are non smoking rooms thank god but don't expect much by the way its a gat hotel they all are great we were there my wife and I and always kept our selves to our...
The Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach area offers 23 miles of sandy beaches on Florida’s central Atlantic coast, with a fantastic mix of bustling action and quiet, secluded seashore.
Some beaches feature pedestrian-only areas that are perfect for families with children.
Other beaches allow cars on them, which is perfect for disabled visitors or for folks with a lot of gear—like surfers.
Besides beach access at most street-ends, the area boasts plenty of larger public parks. Beaches and parks are listed geographically from north to south.
Discover 23 miles of sandy beaches on Florida's central Atlantic coast.
New Smyrna Beach offers beaches you can drive on as well as traffic-free beaches.
Ormond-by-the-Sea This quiet beach town is the northernmost in Volusia County.