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For a Uniquely Daytona Beach Adventure, Hit These Themed Area Trails

When it comes to fun in the Florida sun, experienced vacationers know that all roads lead to Daytona Beach. Once you arrive here, it’s easy to choose your path to area adventure, thanks to an array of themed trails that cover everything from motorsports and monuments to craft brews, hiking and biking.

During your next Daytona Beach visit, check out these local trails catering to a range of interests:

The craft beer and artisan spirit offerings on the Daytona Beach Ale Trail are diverse. Each location has a unique atmosphere -- and all are owned and operated by those who are truly passionate about their brews. Some serve delicious tapas and meals, and others encourage you to visit neighboring eateries and bring your favorite dishes in, picnic-style. You might also find a food truck or two parked nearby and ready to serve up a wonderful pairing.


Eco-adventurers will find the Daytona Beach area rich in natural treasures! We invite you to enjoy more than 70 miles - and growing! - of showcase trails. Hike or bike the nature trails, explore the lush botanical and tropical diversity each trail offers or bicycle on the beach. Long-distance bike riders can enjoy more than 45 miles of connected trails within Volusia County and, with additional connections to trails in the counties to the south and to the west, can travel up to 65 miles one-way. 



The Iconic Trail is the definitive Daytona Beach tour. This unique tour is comprised of an eclectic mix of historical sites, landmarks and tributes to prominent persons who have contributed greatly to the American fabric.


The Monument and Statue Trail provides a fascinating history tour of the Daytona Beach area. The trail begins in Ormond Beach with The Legend of Tomokie at Tomoka State Park. Created in 1955, this 40-foot, art-deco statue commemorates the Timucua people who were native to this area and lived here for thousands of years.


Racing fans start your engines and prepare to explore Daytona Beach’s deep-rooted motorsports heritage! Our Motorsports Trail takes you on a Daytona Beach area tour from scenic beachfront to museums, guiding you through the history of racing, beginning with a stop at Birthplace of Speed Park in Ormond Beach where the first automobile race was held in 1903.


Intentionally touring – or merely stumbling upon – unique street art such as murals can offer unexpected and interesting experiences to your travels. Public artworks can also serve as a picture-perfect backdrop for an Instagram post. Here’s the inside scoop on where to find some creative and off-the-beaten-path street art in and around the Daytona Beach area. 


African Americans were among the Daytona Beach area’s earliest settlers. Today, visitors to Daytona Beach can follow the Share The Heritage Trail to explore museums and historical and cultural sites and learn about the legacies of influential Black leaders linked to Daytona Beach, including Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune and Jackie Robinson.