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.With that rejuvenation comes extra energy to fit in some activities you may not have considered. Whether you're planning to be here for one day, four or 14, balance your itinerary with relaxing exploration of these Daytona Beach favorites. 

Get on Board
Is paddleboarding on your bucket list? Now is a great time to get on board and see why it's fast becoming a favorite pastime to explore our waterways. 

Old Florida
Besides natural beauty, our Florida State Parks offer a glimpse into "Old Florida," early plantation life, and are popular with fishermen, paddlers, birders and wildlife watchers. They also provide a wonderful shady refuge to enjoy an afternoon picnic. 

"The Jack"
The Daytona Cubs season at "The Jack," the historic 4,200-seat ballpark named after Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson, runs for five exciting months from April to early September. Located on City Island in the Halifax River, the park is a fun upbeat place for families of all ages to explore.

Plan Your Visit
For more information on these and other upcoming festivals and events, visit our calendar or sign up to receive our free Discover Daytona Beach Visitors Guide. Are you ready to plan your trip to the Daytona Beach area for all the fun in the sun your heart desires? Choose your ideal hotel, motel, oceanfront resort, condo, seaside cottage, quaint B&B, vacation rental or campground that suits you.

Enjoy seeing how "Adventure Filled" Daytona Beach is in this video about water sports, eco-boat tours, paddle boarding, the Boardwalk and more!