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Oceanfront Parks

Canaveral National Seashore

7611 S. Atlantic Ave.
New Smyrna Beach
(386) 428-3384
Vehicle-free beach. Lagoons. Nature trials. Eldora State house historic site.
Turtle Mound archeological site. Primitive camping.

Lighthouse Point Park

5000 S. Atlantic Ave.
Ponce Inlet
(386) 756-7488
Lighthouse Point Park consists of 52 acres of pristine land on the north side of Ponce de Leon Inlet. The 52-acre park features fishing, nature trails, an observation deck and tower, swimming and picnicking. A variety of wildlife call the park home, including raccoons, possums, skunks, armadillos, shore birds and birds of prey.

Sun Splash Park

611 S. Atlantic Ave.
Daytona Beach
(386) 736-5953
Beachgoers can sun, splash and beat the heat at Volusia County’s Sun Splash Park. The park features an interactive water fountain, decorative walkways, a shaded playground, volleyball courts, picnic areas, restrooms, outdoor showers, two beach access ramps and a Coca-Cola-sponsored "cool zone." The four-acre facility also provides 95 off-beach parking spaces. The park is open from sunrise to sunset. Entry is free.

Tom Renick Park

1565 Oceanshore Blvd.
(386) 736-5953
Sheltered picnic areas. Playground with padded floor. Disability-accessible restrooms. Water fountain. Outdoor showers. Fifty off-street parking spaces. Handicapped parking. Wheelchair accessible walkway. Admission: free.

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Historical Heritage

The Casements

25 Riverside Drive
Ormond Beach
(386) 676-3216
Former winter home of John D. Rockefeller. Contains Rockefeller period room and other exhibits.

Dummett Sugar Mill Ruins

Bulow Creek State Park
Old Dixie Highway north of Ormond Beach
(386) 676-4050
Located on what was known as the Dummett Plantation, these ruins are of what is believed to be the first steam-powered sugar mill in Florida. Admission: free.

Jackie Robinson Ballpark and Statue

105 E. Orange Ave.
Daytona Beach
(386) 257-3172
This active Class A affiliate ballpark remains much the same as it was on March 17, 1946 when Jackie Robinson played in the first integrated Major League Baseball spring training game.

Mary McLeod Bethune Home & Gravesite

Bethune-Cookman College, Bethune Foundation
640 Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd., Daytona Beach
(386) 481-2200
Former home of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, civil rights leader, educator, and founder of Bethune-Cookman College.

Pioneer Settlement for the Creative Arts

Two blocks west of the intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and State Road 40
(386) 749-2959
Ten-acre area contains exhibits depicting lifestyle of early settlers. Folk crafts.

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse

4931 S. Peninsula Drive
Ponce Inlet
(386) 761-1821
More than 100 years old, the 175-foot lighthouse is the second tallest lighthouse in the United States. Museum displays. Rare Fresnel Lens exhibit. Gift shop. 203-step climb to the top. Open daily 10 am - 5 p.m. (fall/winter), 10am-9pm (Memorial Day till Labor Day). Adult admission: $5. Children: $1.50

Speeding Through Time

Daytona Beach Boardwalk, Daytona Beach
Granite blocks built into the boardwalk chronicle the history of racing in the Daytona Beach area up to 1959 when the Daytona International Speedway opened.

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Motorsports Attractions

Daytona 200 Memorial

Located on the beach in front of the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort.
Monument is dedicated to the winners of the Daytona 200 that raced on the beach from 1937 to 1960.

Daytona International Speedway

1801 W. International Speedway Blvd.
Daytona Beach
(386) 253-RACE (7223)
Enjoy NASCAR, IROC, AMA, sports car, and other racing throughout the year.

Richard Petty Driving Experience

Daytona International Speedway
1801 W. International Speedway Blvd.,
Daytona Beach
(800) BE-PETTY, (704) 455-9443 or
Experience Daytona Beach at 150 mph. Ride along or learn to drive yourself on Daytona International Speedway's 2.5-mile track. Packages include admission to DAYTONA USA. Call for times and prices.

Speed Park Motorsports

201 Fentress Blvd.,
Daytona Beach
(386) 253-FAST (3278) email us at:
Three go-kart racetracks. Includes dragsters that go from 0-75 mph!

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Sightseeing & Boat Tours

Blue Sky Parasail

2025 S. Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach Shores
(386) 334-2191
Life's an adventure as you fly in your parachute up to 1000 feet above the ocean. Take offs and landings are completely controlled. You don't even have to get wet.

Critter Fleet

4950 S. Peninsula DR.
Ponce Inlet, FL 32127
Phone 386 767-7676 or 800 338-0850
Fax 386 756-4075
The Critter Fleet is located in Ponce Inlet directly across from the lighthouse. We offer full & half day fishing trips every day except Christmas. Our boats are air conditioned & will accommodate 125 people. Bait, tackle & license included. Gift certificates available. Call for schedules & rates.

Daytona Beach Parasail

Located behind the Ocean Deck & on
Silver Beach Rd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32118
Phone 386-547-6067
Established during the summer of 2000, we have become the most successful Parasail operation in Daytona Beach. We operate the only USCG vessel on the beach known as the Sky Viking. She can hold up to 12 passengers, is operated by a licensed USCG captain, and there are no age limits, weight restrictions, and no experience needed!

Sea Spirit Deep Sea Fishing

133 Inlet Harbor Road
Ponce Inlet, FL 32127
Phone 386 763-4388
The Sea Spirit crew offers the finest deep sea fishing experience for the novice or avid angler alike. With over 50 years of combined fishing experience to ensure you will have a safe and enjoyable day of fishing. We offer several fishing charter packages to choose from with both individual and group rates. In addition we also offer private charters, river cruises and special event excursions. Both 1/2 & Full Day Trips.

Blue Heron River Tours

Your two hour Blue Heron River Tour takes you south on the St. Johns River past the manatee refuge at Blue Springs State Park.  Continuing south we pass through an 1800's logging canal and into the Hontoon Dead River, one of the most beautiful rivers in the St. Johns River valley.

Your captain provides frequent stops for wildlife viewing and photography, discussions of river history and human environmental impact; a full two-hour immersion in the magnificent splendor of the St. Johns River watershed.

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Museums & Galleries

Halifax Historical Museum

252 S. Beach Street
Daytona Beach
(386) 255-6976
Showcases the history of the Daytona Beach area.

Museum of Arts and Sciences

1040 Museum Blvd.
Daytona Beach
(386) 255-0285
Multi-cultural exhibits in art, science and history. Permanent and traveling exhibitions. Planetarium shows.

Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens

78 East Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach
(386) 676-3347
Lush tropical gardens. Nature trails, fish ponds and fountains. Museum features changing monthly exhibits.

Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory

154 S. Beach Street, Daytona Beach
(386) 252-6531
(800) 969-2634
Free guided tour takes visitors behind the scenes of how chocolate candies are handmade and boxed for shipment to chocolate lovers nationwide. Call for tour times. Closed on Sunday.
Located behind Ocean Ave. between Main Street and Auditorium Blvd., Daytona Beach
Nostalgic arcades, go-karts, thrill rides, restaurants, souvenir shops, the Clocktower and Speeding through Time racing exhibit. The historic open-air Bandshell, Main Street Pier and Oceanfront Park lie within walking distance.

Marine Science Center

100 Lighthouse Drive
Ponce Inlet
(386) 304 5545
Take an environmental odyssey. Conservation, mangrove and whale exhibits. Live sea turtles. Artificial reef aquarium.

Planetarium - The Museum of Arts and Sciences

1040 Museum Blvd.
Daytona Beach
(386) 255-0285

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Volusia Mall

1700 W. International Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach
(386) 253-6783

Featuring fine department stores like Macy's, Dillards, JC Penny, and Sears, plus over 100 specialty stores and services. Enjoy tempting bites at the Food Court and shop ‘til you drop.

The Daytona Beach Flea & Farmers Market

Just off I-95 and International Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach
(386) 252-1999
This is Florida’s largest year-round shopping attraction, featuring over 1,000 vendors with a wide variety of items including gifts, clothes, antiques, souvenirs, produce, and a nursery for all your shopping desires.
From Hilton Daytona Beach/Ocean Walk Village, take A1A South to International Speedway Boulevard and turn right. Follow International Speedway Boulevard about 8 miles, just past I-95 on the left.

Ocean Walk Shoppes & Movies

250 N. Atlantic Ave.
Daytona Beach, FL 32118
(386) 248-9544
Fax: (386) 257-5367
Nestled between the 300 luxury suites of the Ocean Walk Resort and the 744 rooms at Hilton Daytona Beach/Ocean Walk Village, the Shoppes will provide guests with a complete shopping, dining and entertainment center, all with an oceanfront view. A 10-screen movie theater, Bubba Gump's Shrimp Co., Johnny Rocket’s, Cold Stone Creamery, Mai Tai Bar, Sloppy Joes, and a Starbuck's coffee shop fill the four-level, 90,000-square-foot retail complex. With beautifully decorated walkways and a pedestrian walkover above A1A leading to the complex, the Shoppes and surrounding hotels and attractions provide an oceanside playground for vacationing families, business travelers and locals.

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Performing Arts

Bandshell Concert Series - Daytona Beach Bandshell

250 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach
Outdoor, oceanfront concert series held April - October. Concerts feature jazz, Dixieland, big band, folk, and rhythm and blues music. To see the Schedule of Bandshell events please visit their website.

Daytona Beach Symphony Society

Box office address: 140 S. Beach Street; Suite 107, Daytona Beach
(386) 253-2901
The society presents six annual concerts and Daytona Winterfest (annual festival combines world-class performances and cuisine in January) during the winter season. Features internationally acclaimed orchestras and soloists. Call for dates, times and locations.

Mary McLeod Bethune Performing Arts Center

Bethune-Cookman College
W. International Speedway Blvd.
Daytona Beach
(386) 481-2000
Opening in 2003, this $20 million facility hosts a variety of cultural events and activities.

Ocean Center

101 N. Atlantic Ave.
Daytona Beach
(800) 858-6444, (386) 254-4545
Daytona Beach's multi-purpose convention center and entertainment complex hosts numerous concerts and performances throughout the year. Call for a schedule.

Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center

399 N. U.S. Highway 1
Ormond Beach
(386) 676-3375
This community arts facility sponsors and promotes children's theater, community theater, a professional concert series and touring theater productions. Call for a schedule.

Peabody Auditorium

600 Auditorium Blvd.
Daytona Beach
(386) 671-3461 or (386) 671-3409
2,500-seat facility is home to the Daytona Beach Symphony Society, Daytona Beach Civic Ballet, Concert Showcase and the London Symphony Orchestra during the Florida International Festival. Call for a schedule.

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Outdoor Sports & Activities

Horseback Riding

Shenandoah Stables

1759 Tomoka Farms Road
(South of the Flea Market)

Daytona Beach

(386) 257-1444
The stables offer trail rides, lessons and boarding facilities. Both experienced equestrians and beginners are welcome. Shenandoah also offers pony parties, hayrides and barn parties. Appointments requested. Open daily 10am - 4pm.

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Freshwater Fishing

If you like fightin’ bass, you’re in the right place. Take on a feisty largemouth bass or fill your stringer with crappie and other panfish from the magnificent St. Johns River in the DeLand-West Volusia Vacation Area. Considered by many to be the best freshwater fishing in Florida, West Volusia County fishing has been featured on ESPN, Outdoor Adventures and Sports Channel America among others. Football legend Barry Switzer, Deion Sanders and MC Hammer are among the famous anglers who have sampled our great fishing.

Fishermen planning to drop a line in West Volusia County will find the catch to be bountiful and varied. Florida Black Bass is king in the St. Johns year-round. However, local guides consider November through February and April through June to be peak periods. From February through July, the waters are teeming with Saltwater Striped Bass (Rockfish) and Hybrid (Sunshine) Striped Bass. Black Crappie (Speckled Perch) are most abundant from January through March and in December but can be caught in good numbers all year. The best months for Blue Gill, Shell Crackers and other panfish are April through June.

The St. Johns River and its associated lakes offer plenty of great fishing spots. Lakes Monroe, Beresford, Dexter, Woodruff and George offer great fishing as do the lakes of the Tomoka Wildlife Management Area and the Ocala National Forest.

The banks of the St. Johns River are dotted with fish camps that cater to fishermen of all skill levels. Camping, accommodations, boat rentals, marinas, supplies and guide services are just a few of the amenities available to freshwater sportfishing enthusiasts visiting the DeLand-West Volusia Vacation Area.

For more information, visit West Volusia's website at

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LPGA International Golf Course

300 Champions Drive, Daytona Beach
(386) 274-LPGA (5742)

Play where the pros play at the home of the Ladies Professional Golf Association. The 36 holes of championship golf are a combination of two distinctly different styles of golf course design. Features multi-million dollar Clubhouse and 3,000 square foot Pro Shop.

From Hilton Daytona Beach/Oceanfront Resort, take A1A South to International Speedway Boulevard and turn right. Follow International Speedway Boulevard beyond I-95 to LPGA Boulevard. Turn right and follow LPGA Boulevard to Champions Drive and turn right again. Follow Champions Drive for approximately 2 miles to the Clubhouse.

Halifax Plantation Golf Club

3400 Halifax Clubhouse Drive, Ormond Beach
(386) 676-9600
Intertwined with the stately community of Halifax Plantation, you’ll discover the area’s most beautiful and enjoyable golf course. Designed by Bill Amick, the semi-private 7,128-yard course was created to excite the average golfer while challenging the expert with its shady tree-lined fairways, contoured greens and your choice of five elevated tees. Halifax Plantation is located near the ruins of the historic Bulow Plantation.

Form Hilton Daytona Beach/Oceanfront Resort, take A1A South to International Speedway Boulevard and turn right. Follow International Speedway Boulevard to I-95 and travel Northbound to Exit 90. Turn right onto Old Dixie Highway and follow to Acoma entrance.

River Bend Golf Club

730 Airport Road, Ormond Beach
(386) 673-6000

A perfect blend of natural surroundings combined with a competitive and scenic golf course layout. River Bend is situated along the historic Tomoka River. Play among majestic oaks, red cedars, pines, and magnolias on this beautiful course designed by Lloyd Clifton.

From Hilton Daytona Beach/Oceanfront Resort, take A1A North to Granada Boulevard. Turn left onto Granada and follow over the bridge to US1 (Ridgewood Avenue). Turn right and follow to Airport Road. Turn right onto Airport Road and follow to River Bend.

Indigo Lakes Golf Course

301 Indigo Drive, Daytona Beach
(386) 254-3607
Indigo Lakes boats 18 holes of picturesque, tropical golfing pleasure. The course was redesigned by Lloyd Clifton and underwent a million-dollar renovation in 1990.

From Hilton Daytona Beach/Oceanfront Resort, take A1A South to International Speedway Boulevard and turn right. Continue on International Speedway Boulevard for approximately 8 miles and turn right, when you reach Williamson Boulevard. Follow Williamson for ½ miles and the entrance will be on the left.

Pelican Bay Country Club

350 Pelican Bay Drive, Daytona Beach
(386) 788-6496
Located in Daytona’s premier country club community, Pelican Bay is a luscious course with winding around sparkling waterways and plush greens.

From Hilton Daytona Beach/Oceanfront Resort, take A1A South to International Speedway Boulevard and turn right. Follow International Speedway Boulevard to US1 (Ridgewood Avenue) and turn left. Follow to SR400 (Beville Road) and turn right. Follow past Clyde Morris Boulevard and watch for Pelican Bay on the left. It will be the second gate.

The Golf Club at Cypress Head

6231 Palm Vista Street, Port Orange
(386) 756-5449
The Golf Club at Cypress Head has built a reputation for being one of the best public golf facilities on the Central East coast. The course features multi-tiered undulating greens and preserved wetlands with water coming into play on 14 of the 18 holes. Private group or individual lessons are available along with golf clinics. Facility has a pro shop and lighted driving range open until 8:00 p.m.
From Hilton Daytona Beach/Oceanfront Resort, take A1A South to Dunlawton Avenue and turn right. Follow Dunlawton over the bridge approximately 5 miles turning left on Airport Road. Turn right at the fork and turn left on Cypress Springs Parkway and turn left again on Palm Vista Street.

Spruce Creek Country Club

1900 Country Club Drive, Daytona Beach
(386) 756-6114
This 18 hole, par 72 golf course designed by renowned Bill Amick features over 6,700 yards of carefully designed fairways, bunkers, lakes, and beautifully manicured greens. The course features two distinct nines, which combine for a memorable golf experience. Pro Shop offers full line of designer golf clothing and lessons for all levels.

From Hilton Daytona Beach/Oceanfront Resort, take A1A South and follow to Dunlawton Avenue. Cross over the bridge and follow beyond I-95. Turn left on Spruce Creek Boulevard and continue straight until Country Club Drive where you will turn left.

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USA Tennis Florida

1 Deuce Court, DB
(386) 671-8900
Tennis Association, governing body and amateur tennis in Florida. Numerous tournaments throughout the year. Call us for a schedule of events.

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Daytona Baseball

Enjoy America's favorite past-time at the historic Jackie Robinson Memorial Ballpark on City Island in Downtown Daytona Beach. Home games offer a fun and entertaining evening for the whole family, with a family atmosphere and a variety of activities.

The Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort features 744 guest rooms, beachfront cabanas and suites offering spectacular views of the sparkling Atlantic and amber-tinged sunsets. Room amenities include coffeemaker, iron/ironing board, wireless high speed internet access, Hilton Family Clock with MP3 connectivity, room service and complimentary USA Today delivered to your room daily. Each room brings the comfort and elegance of your own home and a relaxing experience with the Hilton Bedding package. Take Me To The Hilton where you’ll find the comfort and service you expect.


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