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While the elves are hard at work finishing this year’s toys in Santa’s workshop, the big man himself is enjoying warmer weather in the Daytona Beach area. Before his annual trip around the globe on December 24th, Kris Kringle will be making several appearances and visits around town.

The car culture in Daytona Beach is famously strong. With a deep racing history and major attractions like Daytona International Speedway and the Daytona Turkey Run, cars are often associated with our oceanfront city. One unexpected way the car culture extends into daily life here? The Daytona Beach Drive-in Church

December in Daytona Beach shines even brighter with the addition of ONE DAYTONA and its holiday entertainment lineup. ONE DAYTONA is a 300,000 square-foot complex that features everything you need to live, eat, play and stay.

If you’re seeking natural beauty mixed with a little local folklore on your next trip to the Daytona Beach area, look no farther than Bulow Creek State Park. This picturesque park hosts many wedding receptions and special events, and it is home to one of the largest live oaks in the Southeast. 

7 Ways to Explore Daytona Beach Like a Local

Posted on Friday, December 1, 2017 2:00 PM by Daytona Beach Area CVB

Daytona Beach is full of world-famous attractions like Daytona International Speedway and popular events like Daytona Beach Bike Week. But beyond these favorites, Daytona Beach offers a number of lesser-known destinations that Daytonians are proud to claim. Whether a fun event, an annual tradition or a family vacation brings you to the area,

Don’t miss the Daytona Beach Christmas Boat Parade!

Posted on Thursday, November 30, 2017 9:00 AM by Daytona Beach Area CVB

Holiday cheer gets a nautical twist at the Daytona Beach Boat Parade, a favorite local tradition that’s back for another year on Saturday, December 2. 

Take the whole family to watch as a festive fleet of boats passes by along the Halifax River. Thousands of people line the bridges, causeways and river shorelines in the area, and the parade culminates at the Halifax Harbor Marina.

The sweet tooth doesn’t take a vacation — in fact, it may be even more likely to strike when we’re away from home, enjoying a nice break from the routine. Fortunately for visitors to the Daytona Beach area, quite a few businesses can accommodate when a confectionary craving arises.