Due to the recent storm, access to Volusia County Beaches is limited:
- Residents and visitors are strongly discouraged from visiting the beach due to unfavorable conditions
- Information is subject to change
The best way to stay up-to-date with everything beach related is to download the new Volusia Beaches app, available for free on the Google Play and iTunes App stores. The new app provides real-time updates on the status of beach ramps and staffed lifeguard towers, as well as beach conditions, off-beach parking and more.
Unplug, relax and rejuvenate with a visit to beautiful Daytona Beach. With an expansive shoreline 500-feet wide at low tide, you’ll have plenty of elbow room to embark on a new adventure, create new favorite memories and soak in the warm Florida sunshine. From its close proximity to dining and entertainment, to the fun atmosphere, Daytona Beach is the ideal family escape. Satisfy your craving for salt air by grabbing a quick bite right on the oceanfront. Or, simply kick back and let the rest of the world melt away. With 23 miles of Atlantic shoreline, numerous coastal parks offering convenient parking, and on-beach parking in designated zones, the Daytona Beach area - Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Shores and Ponce Inlet - has some of the most accessible beaches in Florida. Start planning your beach escape today!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Daytona Beach handicap accessible?
Yes, Daytona Beach is handicap accessible. For beachgoers with special needs, accessible ramps and Surf Chairs are available at no charge. Visitors can navigate safely and comfortably in surf and soft sand.Learn More
Are the beaches in Daytona Beach open?
Yes, the beaches in Daytona Beach are open. Our 23 miles of white-sand beaches are open to pedestrians 24/7 with free access! Cars are permitted in designated areas of the beach from sunrise to sunset, tidal conditions permitting. Travelers with disabilities find our beaches highly accessible, too. Explore some of the Daytona Beach area's more accessible locations and available rental supplies:Learn More
What are the times for low and high tide in Daytona Beach?
Where can I park when I visit the beaches in Daytona Beach?
With 23 miles of Atlantic shoreline, numerous coastal parks offering convenient parking, and on-beach parking in designated zones, the Daytona Beach area - Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Shores and Ponce Inlet - has some of the most accessible beaches in Florida.Learn More
Beach App - download the free Volusia Beaches app, provided by Volusia County Beach Safety, for real-time updates on the status of vehicle access ramps, beach conditions, beach park locator, ADA access and more. Download the Beach Navigator app here!
Questions? While at the beach, feel free to contact one of our friendly Volusia County Beach Patrol officials for assistance. Please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org and 386-239-7873 or contact us. We're here to help!