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A Day On The Beach

by Steve Deal

Enjoy a day on beautiful Daytona Beach!

Handicap Parking: Beach driving is available at specified locations, weather and tide permitting. Visit Beach Safety on for information about beach driving maps, parking, passes and the beach navigator app. 

Free Beach WheelchairsYou can enjoy Volusia County beaches even when you travel in a wheelchair. If you cannot walk or your car has a handicapped ID, ask a Beach Patrol member for an all-terrain beach wheel chair. They are designed for safe, comfortable travel in surf and soft sand, and are available on a first-come first-serve basis for free at Volusia County Lifeguard Stations and Parks. Visit Beach Information for the Disabled for more information.

Maneuverability and Beach Wheelchairs: The soft sand of the beach may be difficult for standard wheelchairs, but vehicle-friendly areas make it easy to enjoy Daytona Beach's most popular attraction. 
"I want to introduce you to Greg McNair of Beach Mobility Rentals. He's a new outfitter for powered beach wheelchairs, and he delivers to hotels, too. Great guy; should be good synergy!" Steve Deal

Restrooms: Located at select ramps and most beachside parks, including Granada Blvd. (SR 40) and the Cardinal Drive ramps, and Sun Splash Park.

Overall accessibility: Easy access.

General Information: Volusia County provides updates on the status of each beach approach. The most recent update can be found at lifeguard stations.

Watch video: Get on the sand and rent a beach wheelchair.

Beach Mobility Rentals - What Would You Do? from Beach Mobility Rentals on Vimeo.

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