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7 Family-Friendly Restaurants in Daytona Beach

Posted on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 2:00 PM by Daytona Beach Area CVB

Thousands of families make Daytona Beach their vacation destination — a choice that is made for a number of reasons! From the 23 miles of wide, open beaches to the water park slides, and from the laser tag games to the marine science explorations — there is no end to the fun that awaits visitors of all ages here. 

Five Ways to Relax on the Halifax River in Daytona Beach

Posted on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 9:00 AM by Tonya West

The Intracoastal Waterway is a huge draw for water enthusiasts visiting Daytona Beach. From fishing and sailing to jet skiing and paddle boarding, the destination provides a variety of outdoor adventures. Go on a dolphin and manatee adventure tour or unwind at any one of these riverfront restaurants:

1. Caribbean Jack's Restaurant and Marina

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If you’re lucky enough to get a full week in town, there are lots of ways to soak in the sun and fun in Daytona Beach. From watersports to shopping, and museums to fishing excursions, there’s truly no limit to the fun activities to be had by all ages. Not sure where to start? We’ve put together an itinerary for an ideal week filled with a wide variety of activities in Daytona Beach. Check it out below, then book your stay today! 

National Girlfriends Day is right around the corner on August 1, and yes — it is a real thing. Have you made any plans to get together with your BFFs? Daytona Beach has endless fun activities for a girls’ night (and day) out, along with some of the most beautiful natural scenery you’ll encounter. So, why not plan a trip to the coast to spend the day getting out and about with your best girlfriends right here in Daytona Beach? 

7 Places to Toast to International Beer Day

Posted on Friday, July 12, 2019 9:00 AM by Daytona Beach Area CVB

Cheers to beers and hooray for hops — August 2 is International Beer Day!

Toast to the occasion with your friends by touring of one of the many local craft breweries or by exploring the Daytona Beach Ale Trail! The craft beer scene has exploded with growth in recent years, and so you have many wonderful and unique options from which to choose. Whether you’re in town today or planning a fall escape later this year, you won’t want to miss these craft beer hot spots in the Daytona Beach area. 

How to Spend an Evening in Daytona Beach

Posted on Thursday, July 11, 2019 2:00 PM by Daytona Beach Area CVB

So you’ve spent the day lounging in the sunshine, splashing in the surf, exploring the Halifax Historical Museum or paddleboarding along Ponce Inlet — now what? When it comes to evening entertainment, your options are unlimited in Daytona Beach.

When you’re in an exciting vacation destination like Daytona Beach, adventure is around every corner. From paddling kayaks on the Tomoka River to rounding the racetrack at Daytona International Speedway, sometimes all of your exploring requires an extra energy boost! Whether you need to kick-start your day with a cup of joe or seek a midday burst

While you can find a fine cake, sufficient brownies and passable cookies at nearly any grocery store — and even on the snack aisle at most convenience stores — sometimes nothing but fresh-baked goodness will satisfy your culinary cravings. And in the Daytona Beach area, there is no shortage of local shops baking up delicious Danishes, quintessential crullers, tempting turnovers and a whole lot more — with many of the shops even specializing in international delicacies. 

It’s hard to believe it, but Thanksgiving is right around the corner! If you’re coming into town for a fall beach getaway, Daytona Beach offers many fun and festive events surrounding the holiday. Here’s everything you need to know while planning your Thanksgiving in Daytona Beach. 

Besides Daytona Beach’s famous speedway and beautiful, expansive beaches, one of the city’s most iconic landmarks is the Daytona Beach Pier. The original pier was constructed entirely out of palm logs around the turn of the 20th century. It extended 600 feet into the ocean, but sadly burned down in 1920 in a devastating fire. A few years later, the remains were sold and the pier was rebuilt.