Public Parking 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. When parking on the beach, parking is available in marked areas just west of the traffic lanes and east of the Conservation Zones. Be sure to park perpendicular to the shoreline, and for safety reasons, please do not position yourself, chairs or umbrellas between cars.
Public Parking North of Ponce Inlet
There are more than 3,500 public parking spaces at numerous locations adjacent to and near the beaches. Here is a partial list of available places to park, north of Ponce Inlet.
Visit Volusia.org for a full-size map of public parking north of Ponce Inlet, that includes these locations:
Bicentennial, North Shore and Tom Renick parks
Andy Romano Beachfront Park
Sun Splash and Breakers Oceanfront parks
Daytona Beach Shores
Frank Rendon, Van Avenue and Larry Fornari parks
Heron Street, Toronita Avenue and Major Street
Winterhaven and Lighthouse Point parks and Inlet Harbor Road
Public Parking South of Ponce Inlet
Visit Volusia.org for a full-size map of public parking south of Ponce Inlet, that includes these locations:
New Smyrna Beach
Smyrna Dunes, Flagler Avenue and 27th Avenue parks; and Matthews Avenue
South of New Smyrna Beach
Bethune Beach Park
Questions? While at the beach, feel free to contact one of our friendly Volusia County Beach Patrol officials for assistance. Please contact them at email@example.com and 386-239-7873 or contact us. We're here to help!