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Insider’s Guide to a Fun Fall Day in Daytona Beach

Posted on Monday, September 10, 2018 4:00 PM by Daytona Beach Area CVB

Summer might get more attention, but there’s something magical about a fall day in Daytona Beach. The weather is great, the crowds are smaller, and the beaches still go on for miles … 23 miles, to be precise. Whether it’s fun in the sun, shopping, a restorative spa day, going out on the water, or enjoying local arts and culture, you can do just about everything in the fall here that you can do in the summer. 

Down, set, hut: Football season is upon us, and that means it’s time for burgers, brews and camaraderie with other sports fans. If you find yourself in Daytona Beach this fall — and you should, as fall is one of the best seasons to visit Daytona Beach — hit one of these four favorite sports bars to grab some food and watch the game. 

Calling all cyclists!

Want to experience Florida’s natural magnificence from a new perspective? The Flagler Fondo may be your answer. A favorite cycling experience for participants with a range of skill levels, Flagler Fondo offers unique routes, breathtaking scenery, great food, new friendships and memories you won’t soon forget. 

The Jackie Robinson Ballpark adds many memorable elements to any family vacation — the beautiful views of the Halifax River, the gentle breeze blowing off of the water and the friendly atmosphere filled with team spirit are just a few. But there’s one more element not to be overlooked at this ballpark: history. 

Looking to break a sweat? Want to see some exciting, edge-of-your-seat tennis matches? Head to the Florida Tennis Center! It’s the hub of Daytona Beach tennis, conveniently located just across the road from the world-famous LPGA International golf course. Several incredible tennis legends have tasted victory right here on these courts. Each year, the Florida Tennis Center hosts over 30 major mixed-league, tri-level and United States Tennis Association (USTA) tournaments. The USTA is considered the aspiring tennis player’s pathway to tour-level competition. 

Crane Lakes Offers a Formidable Test of Golf

Posted on Thursday, May 31, 2018 3:00 PM by Guest Blogger

One trait all outstanding golf destinations have in common is a diversity of course offerings, and Daytona Beach is no different. The area features Donald Ross designs, layouts that have hosted LPGA tournaments, and a course that is home to America’s longest running mini-tour event. 

In addition to its endless adventures, winding waters and sunny skies, Daytona Beach is home to a number of higher education institutions. These schools bring an element of culture and prestige to the area —not to mention fun sports teams to root for! So, if you are looking to earn a bachelor’s degree by the beach, you have lots of options located