Thinking about visiting Daytona Beach?

You’re sure to have an amazing time exploring the 23 miles of magnificent Atlantic beaches. With an average yearly temperature of 80 degrees, this tropical wonderland is full of endless possibilities.

Want to find the perfect spot on the beach? Check out the beach before you set out via the county’s beach webcam.  While many areas of the beach are pedestrian only, beachgoers can access the beach in their vehicles, in specifically marked zones. Parking on the beach provides a level of comfort and ease that many families enjoy when heading to the beach with all their gear. It’s easy to pick up a day pass that includes same day re-entry, at the beach ramps. Free off-beach parking is also available at designated areas and parks. In addition to free parking, beachfront parks offer amenities like grills, picnic tables, restrooms, and outdoor showers. Download the “Volusia County Beach Navigator” app to find the nearest open beach ramp, parking lots, lifeguard towers, and more. Need a ride? Stop by Coast to Coast Beach Rentals and rent a 4, 6, or 8 seat golf cart and cruise down the beach in comfort. If style is more your thing, then cruise the boulevard in the sporty slingshot. Maybe you’d rather go the fun, carefree route and grab a bicycle or e-bike. Whatever your taste, they’ve got you covered, from Coast to Coast!

The Ponce Inlet Beach offers surfing, windsurfing, parasailing and boating. Climb up the 203 steps of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and enjoy the breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean.

Stop by the Marine Science Center and see the area’s only sea turtle hospital and seabird rehabilitation facility, or the Dunlawton Sugar Mill Gardens and check out some life sized dinosaurs, remnants of the 1960s era Bongoland Amusement Park.

Don’t forget to stop by the Boardwalk and Pier where you’ll find an arcade, pizza, ice cream and gift shops. Then enjoy a concert by the sea at The Daytona Beach Bandshell. The city of Daytona Beach hosts a summer concert series every weekend from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Enjoy a fun walk down the Daytona Beach Ale Trail!  With more than 20 craft breweries, distilleries and tap rooms on the trail, you’ll surely get your daily steps wandering down this trail.

Don’t forget to visit the Daytona Lagoon Waterpark or book your tour at the Daytona International Speedway, where the iconic Daytona 500 NASCAR race is hosted in February.

Get ready for your adventure, book your ride now, with Coast to Coast Beach Rentals Daytona Beach!

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