Quality Inn On The Beach
295 S. Atlantic Ave.
Ormond Beach, FL 32176
Phone: (386) 672-2651
Fax: (386) 672-4491
295 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach, FL, US, 32176
- Phone: (386) 672-2651
- Fax: (386) 672-4491
Come visit the Casements, the former winter home of John D. Rockefeller during the early 20th century. This historic place is named after the numerous casement windows that adorn the building, and once hosted a number of Rockefeller's infamous Christmas parties. It now serves as a cultural center that offers exhibits, events, and classes. Head outside and stroll through the citrus trees and across the bridges and streams that adorn the property's two-acre garden. Guided tours are available at various times during the center's regular hours of operation. Check the website for further details.
Thirty-six challenging holes, mysterious pirate hideouts, and loads of family fun are available at this miniature golf course where you putt around historical markers of pirates in a lush tropical setting complete with a cool sea fog.
This company offers exciting parasailing over the scenic Atlantic Ocean plus offers jet ski and four wheel beach vehicle rentals.
A wide range of recreational activities are available at this 40 acre park that features tennis and racquetball courts, basketball and volleyball courts, shuffleboard courts, a scenic board walk, a fishing dock, fitness and nature trails, a pavilion, a picnic area with barbecue grills, and a children's playground.
Enjoying a superb location right by the waterfront, the Daytona Beach Bandshell is a renowned amphitheater that has been around since 1937. Home to a number of festivals and community events, this beautiful venue is built completely from coquina which is found on marine and coral reefs. The events held here span across charity drives, fund-raising concerts, dance classes, conferences and more. Check the website for more details.
When traveling with kids, this is the ideal place to visit. Daytona Lagoon features several activities including the Lagoon Waterpark, Go-Karts, Miniature Golf, Laser Tag and more, all of which ensure fun filled activity with no time for boredom! Check out the website for regular updates on the daily specials offered at Daytona Lagoon—they are definitely worth it! Open hours vary, so check the website for updated timings.
This USD1 billion seaside vacation venue offers visitors the best of Florida. Comprising the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort, Wyndham Ocean Walk, Ocean Walk Shoppes and the Ocean Center, a visit to Ocean Walk Village can prove to be an experience of many lifetimes. The place has 1,400 rooms and 135,000 square feet of meeting space to offer, while more is yet to come! You will find the best restaurants out here as well as shopping centers and theaters ensuring never a dull moment for the serious vacationer.
Breakers Ocean Front Park is a great place to spend a day out with family and friends with a picnic basket. With cool ocean breezes blowing, one can unwind on the grass and read a book, play a game or just relax. A fountain in the center gets the children excited while others indulge in a game of volleyball. Summertime is a fun time to hang out here when community events and concerts are frequently held.
The waters around Daytona Beach are renowned for the population of manatees that thrives there. Built as a sanctuary for these gentle creatures, the Manatee Island park is a venue sequestered a few meters from the mainland by a bridge. A popular recreation point for the locals as well as visitors, this park has picnic pavilions, a children’s play area, and restrooms. The park also plays host to popular events, like the Daytona Seafood Festival. Call for more information.
S. Cornelia Young Memorial Library is located in Florida and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1992 for its splendid architecture. This building was built in the Mission or Spanish Revival style and is lovingly called “Old Corny” by locals. It has been closed for public since 2010 due to lack of funds but the structure remains a city landmark. The structure has cream walls, a red-tiled sloping roof and a four-bay arched entrance. It was formerly one of Volusia County Public Libraries’ branches.
Nestled on 52 beautiful acres, this park offers opportunities for fishing, swimming, and picnicking and features an observation deck and tower and numerous nature trails on site.
J.L. Saxton Riverfront Park & Ball Fields is more popularly known as Riverfront Park, amongst the locals. The spacious grassland is used for quite a few events like social gatherings and sporting activities whereby individuals of all ages have a good time. Riverfront park is now owned by the City and was previously under the Trust for Public Land or TPL . The city officials is all geared to protect the park instead of developing it.