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Your Guide to Daytona Beach's Top Sports Venues

The road to victory starts in Daytona Beach, home to 67 cutting-edge sports facilities and arenas and two major sports headquarters, LPGA and NASCAR. To help you organize sporting events that elevate the experiences of your team and their families, here's your guide to some of the top athletic venues in Daytona Beach—from the sand to the stands.

 

Daytona Convention Center

Ocean Center

Bring your team’s spirit to life and create lasting memories for athletes and fans at the Ocean Center. The fifth-largest convention center in Florida, this world-class complex is just 400 feet from the Atlantic Ocean and has an arena and exhibit hall under one roof:

  • 200,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor space
  • 42,000-square-foot arena with 9,600 seats and a 45-foot ceiling
  • 93,000-square-foot exhibit hall with a 32-foot ceiling

This versatile facility can accommodate all kinds of competitions, including:

  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Cheer
  • Dance
  • eSports
  • Table tennis/ping pong
  • Handball
  • Chess
  • Martial arts
  • Bodybuilding
  • Magic shows

 

Daytona International Speedway

Daytona International Speedway

Rev up the excitement for your next competition at the renowned Daytona International Speedway. Home to the widely acclaimed Rolex 24 At Daytona, DAYTONA 500 and Coke Zero Sugar 400, this 500-acre complex offers an immersive atmosphere that guarantees adrenaline-pumping action on and off the track for:

  • Motorsports
  • Karting
  • eSports

Daytona International Speedway completed a $400 million renovation project several years ago that transformed the “World Center of Racing” with improvements that included:

  • Wider, more comfortable seats
  • 5 expanded and redesigned entrances
  • 40 escalators
  • Upgraded amenities throughout the 11 football field-sized social areas, called “neighborhoods”

 

Ormond Beach Sports Complex

Ormond Beach Sports Complex

Looking for a state-of-the-art sports venue in Daytona Beach that has the flexibility to host games of all kinds? Choose the Ormond Beach Sports Complex. This large competitive center has 25 athletic fields that can be used for multiple sports:

  • 9 full-sized soccer fields
  • 5 full-sized softball fields
  • 4 full-sized baseball fields
  • 4 T-ball fields
  • 3 multi-purpose fields

Soon, this versatile complex will provide teams and spectators with a more thrilling sporting experience. The facility will be undergoing renovations starting in spring 2024 to make it the ultimate place for your future competitions.

 

Jackie Robinson Ballpark

Jackie Robinson Ballpark

Picture your team playing America’s favorite pastime in a historic ballpark named after a legendary athlete who broke the color barrier in baseball. Make it a reality by planning your next game at Jackie Robinson Stadium. This Minor League Baseball field is where Robinson played in the first integrated Major League Baseball spring training game in 1946.

Since then, the ballpark, which currently hosts games by Minor League Baseball's Daytona Tortugas, has gone through numerous renovations that have added a variety of unique features, including a new high definition video board in left field, while maintaining its history. This way, ballplayers and fans can enjoy modern amenities and time-honored charm that makes each game a memorable experience. 

 

LPGA International

LPGA International

With 20 area golf courses, Daytona Beach is becoming known as a sun-drenched haven for golfers to put their swings into action. And one of the best places here to tee up your next tournament is at LPGA International. This premier golf club is home to 36 holes of golf designed by Arthur Hills and Rees Jones. Both are great for golfers of varying levels to showcase their skills while backdropped against stunning views.

Arthur Hills Signature Course

  • Par-72 layout
  • 6,984 yards
  • Rated 4 stars by Golf Digest

 Reese Jones Signature Course

  • 7,088 yards
  • Rated 4 stars by Golf Digest

LPGA International also features practice facilities that include:

  • A main practice area with an 80,000-square-foot surface area of natural turf and 10 target greens
  • 6 practice putting greens throughout

 

Florida Tennis Center

Florida Tennis Center

Creating the perfect setting for your next tennis match in Daytona Beach is easy when you choose the Florida Tennis Center. Home to over 30 major United States Tennis Association (USTA) and other tennis tournaments annually, this top-notch facility has:

  • 24 clay hydro-courts
  • 20 lighted courts for night play
  • A full-service pro shop

 

Pictona at Holly Hill

Pictona At Holly Hill

It’s the sport everyone is talking about—and playing: Pickleball. And Daytona Beach has the ultimate venue for Pickleball competitions: Pictona At Holly Hill. Since opening in 2020, the sports complex has become a favorite for players and fans. Pictona is one of the largest pickleball facilities in the state, boasting:

  • 49 total courts, each having 8-foot sides and 10 feet behind base lines
  • 13 covered courts
  • A championship court with seating for up to 1,200 spectators
  • LED lighting throughout the facility
  • Fences separating each court
  • Clubhouse with locker rooms and showers

 

Daytona Stadium

Daytona Stadium

When it comes to multi-use sports venues in our beach destination, Daytona Stadium is at the top of the list. Here, you can plan competitions for:

  • Football
  • Soccer 
  • Lacrosse

The newly refurbished stadium was designed with both players and fans in mind, featuring:

  • 10,000 seats
  • Artificial turf 
  • 21,00 parking spaces

 

Daytona Ice Arena

Daytona Ice Arena

Ice sports in sunny Florida? You bet. The Daytona Ice Arena can host competitions for winter games, like:

  • Figure skating
  • Curling
  • Hockey

This state-of-the-art ice skating facility is open seven days a week and welcomes sporting events of various sizes.

With our destination’s warm weather and 230 days of sunshine each year, combined with the icy fun your athletes can have at this arena, you can create a one-of-a-kind athletic event that’ll be one for the record books. 

 

 

Compete Beachside

Contact Daytona Beach Area CVB Sports Business Development Manager Brandon Little or submit your RFP to start planning your sporting event in Daytona Beach with our team.