Quality Inn Daytona Speedway I-95
2250 Intl Speedway Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: (386) 255-3661
Fax: (386) 255-3434
2250 Intl Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, FL, US, 32114
- Phone: (386) 255-3661
- Fax: (386) 255-3434
This 1977 Lloyd Clifton designed course winds through a landscape of pine trees and palmetto bushes adjacent to I-95. Holes alternate between open and threateningly tight, with large fairway traps pinching the landing zones. Ten holes have water. Tees and greens are large, giving the course a resort flavor. Indigo Lakes Golf Club is a good course of moderate difficulty. This is a semi private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
This port authority manages 13 artificial reefs that were constructed with the remains of ships, barges, airplanes, and local demolished bridges. The reef sites start about five miles offshore.
LPGA International - Champions Course, the host of an annual LPGA event, has generously wide and mounded fairways. There are a number of lakes and wetlands throughout the course. The greens are quite large and are protected by sand and grass bunkers. From the Blue tees, the first sane choice, the par-3s range from 141 to 174 yards. The par-5s are 510 to 550 yards. Four of the par-4s are more than 400 yards. This is a semi-private golf course. Knickers Bar and Grill is a fine restaurant at the LPGA International - Champions Course. The course can also be hired for banquets and other events. Visit website for more details.
LPGA International - Legends Course also known as the Arthur Hills Legends Course is tough. Although shorter than its sister course, the Champions, it is more difficult. Sand traps are scattered around the property, and there are many trees. Plenty of trouble awaits the unwary. The greens are in excellent shape, as is the rest of the course. The LPGA International - Legends Course is very highly rated among 'America's Best Women-Friendly Golf Courses' by Golf For Women Magazine. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only. Visit website for more details.
Pelican Bay Country Club is usually in beautiful condition. It features a number of canals alongside the fairways. These lateral hazards vary between being too close for comfort and lurking in the background. The fairways are narrow and the greens are filled with breaks, both large and small. A sand trap or two fronts most of the greens. It is a very pretty course. The par-5s are short from any of the available tees. There is one long par-3 and a pair of very long par-4s. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
The 36 championship golf holes at this golf club are a combination of two distinctly different styles of golf course design. The Champions Course was designed by Rees Jones and the Legends Course was designed by Arthur Hills. Three championship practice holes, five putting and chipping greens, a 360 yard double-ended driving range, practice bunkers, and a full clubhouse are also on site.
There are 24 hydra tennis courts with subsurface irrigation at this 12 complex that promotes and develops the game of tennis in Florida plus hosts major annual tennis events throughout the year.
Children can enjoy a pony ride while you enjoy horseback riding lessons at these stables that also offers hay rides, horse boarding, and a picnic area.
Designed by Lloyd Clifton, this beautiful 18 hole golf course winds around sparkling waterways and lush greens plus features a full service lounge and grill on site.
This interesting public course has been tinkered with over the years, but it remains a testament to the talents of Donald Ross. Built in 1921, this is a short and relatively easy course. It is very pleasant to play and affordable. Daytona Beach Golf & Country Club has rolling and elevated greens. The par-5s and par-3s are short, and only one par-4 exceeds 400 yards from the back tees. Sand is used intelligently and won't overwhelm you. There is some water. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
Bethune Point Park, found northeast of Orlando just off South Beach Street in busy Daytona Beach, includes an amazing skateboard park inside the beautiful city park. This "park within a park" features state-of-the-art challenges made from a mixture of both pre-cast and poured-in-place concrete fixtures, creating a very unique set of obstacles, making it a leading Florida skate park. The Bethune Point Skateboard Park welcomes all skill level of riders including skateboarders, BMX riders and inline skaters. Waivers must be signed prior to riding, and anyone under 17 years old must present a signed parental consent form to enter. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Opened in 1930 with a capacity of 4,000 owned by the city of Daytona Beach located on City Island.