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Daytona Beach is known all over the world as a place full of family-friendly attractions, expansive beaches and endless fun. But how did this favorite vacation destination get its start? Read on to discover just how deep Daytona Beach’s roots run with an abridged historical timeline. 

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. 

From water sports to shopping, there’s no limit to the fun activities available in Daytona Beach. But beyond the splashing and the beach strolling, there is a rich history in the area waiting to be discovered by you! On your next visit to Daytona Beach, one must-see historical site is the Mary McLeod Bethune Home & Gravesite.

This National Historic

Daytona Beach is home to an impressive lineup of theaters, museums, artists and talent. Whether you prefer meandering through a museum, appreciating outdoor art or singing along at a live show, Daytona Beach has something for all art lovers!

Itinerary: Florida’s Tallest Lighthouse Beckons
Discover quaint Ponce Inlet, its esteemed Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Marine Science Center 

Enjoy spectacular, 360-degree views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway and more!

Adventuring in Daytona Beach is Eclectic and Thrilling

Posted on Monday, June 26, 2017 9:00 AM by Tonya West

Daytona Beach is truly eclectic. It has a fantastic 23-mile long Atlantic coastline that draws water lovers’ from around the globe to surf, kayak, fish and paddle board or enjoy time going by slowly.