Piers are an extension of community and attract all walks of life - fishermen, young and old couples in love, and those who love a scenic stroll. Daytona Beach is home to two of the six wooden piers that exist in Florida today. Located just a few short miles from each other, each pier has a story to tell and beckons its own family of visitors to return year after year.
Posts from April 2016
Posted on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 9:00 AM by Tonya West
Daytona Beach, Ponce Inlet, the Halifax River and Tomoka River Basin provide renowned fishing opportunities. That gives us plenty to dish about!
Posted on Monday, April 25, 2016 5:00 PM by Tonya West
A trip to Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens is a treat with an unexpected surprise here and there. While immersing yourself in the flowering trees, native flora and historic ruins, you will encounter giant prehistoric dinosaurs of yesteryear.
Posted on Friday, April 22, 2016 5:00 PM by Tonya West
A Fodor's Travel favorite, the Daytona Flea & Farmers' Market is your source for everything from tomatoes to t-shirts! It just so happens on the second Sunday of every month, this Top 10 U.S. Flea Market hosts a monthly Arts & Crafts Show, too.
Posted on Friday, April 22, 2016 9:00 AM by Tonya West
With 23 miles of white sandy beaches to explore in the Daytona Beach area, you're probably thinking, "Who needs an itinerary?" You'll be amazed how rejuvenated you'll feel after a few short minutes on the beach and in the sunshine.
Posted on Thursday, April 21, 2016 5:00 PM by Tonya West
Enjoy Daytona Lagoon and all the twisty turns of 12 water rides, a giant wave pool and lazy river - as well as Kraken's Conquest, an exciting, fast-paced 4-lane racer slide.
How does 36 holes of tropical golf on a sporty course sound? Sounds like Daytona Beach Golf Club! Golf Digest recently ranked Daytona Beach in the top 15 places to play in the nation.
Chart your course year-round taking advantage of affordable greens fees on public and semi-private courses in Daytona Beach, south to New Smyrna Beach and west to DeLand. The destination plays host to oceanfront greens, fairways with natural challenges, resort-style links play and inland holes where tall pines and modest elevations greet you off the tee.
Emily Blackwood, a popular Daytona Beach columnist and resident, explores the destination with fresh eyes and great perspective.