Hundreds of thousands of visitors come from all over the world each year to experience Daytona Beach’s famously wide beaches and wild beauty. With 23 miles of expansive, hard-packed beaches that reach 500 feet wide at low tide, there’s a lot of beach to love here. And with everyone doing their part to keep it clean, we can ensure it remains a
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Posted on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 9:00 AM by Daytona Beach Area CVB
Looking for ways to have lots of oceanfront family fun — and with plenty of off-beach parking? Daytona Beach has you covered! Head to any one of the 10 beachfront parks conveniently located along the coastline, where you and your family can relax, play, picnic and more. Enjoy splash parks, playgrounds, grills, fishing piers and many additional
Posted on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 9:00 AM by Lori Campbell Baker
Here are some hidden, and some not so secret, gems that will give you that local experience you're looking for in Daytona Beach.
Posted on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 12:00 PM by Tonya West
Fishermen have been drawn to the waters of the Daytona Beach area for decades. From epic bass fishing in the St. Johns River to the west, deep-sea fishing excursions off the Atlantic coast and everything in between, it's all here.
Posted on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 10:00 AM by Guest Blogger
Surfing while in Daytona Beach is something worth bragging about to your friends back home. After all, who wouldn't want to ride the waves of one of America's original surfing towns?
Maybe it’s a mood thing. Do you prefer to go to the same stretch of sand time and time again when you go to the beach? Or, when someone says “let’s go to the beach!” do you envision peace and tranquility one day and maybe frivolity and fried foods the next? One thing’s for sure – Daytona Beach time is happy time.
Posted on Wednesday, May 4, 2016 9:00 AM by Lori Campbell Baker
Get your adrenaline going! Daytona International Speedway - the World Center of Racing is fast-becoming the World Center of Entertainment, and its $400-million refurbishment is nearly complete.
Piers are an extension of community and attract all walks of life - fishermen, young and old couples in love, and those who love a scenic stroll. Daytona Beach is home to two of the six wooden piers that exist in Florida today. Located just a few short miles from each other, each pier has a story to tell and beckons its own family of visitors to return year after year.
Posted on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 9:00 AM by Tonya West
Daytona Beach, Ponce Inlet, the Halifax River and Tomoka River Basin provide renowned fishing opportunities. That gives us plenty to dish about!