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Air Florida Helicopter Rides, 386- 257 6993
1200 Main Street, Daytona Beach

Take an aerial tour of Daytona Beach with this new attraction operating off the Main Street Pier and Restaurant and the Daytona Flea and Farmer's Market. You can take a quick trip around the surrounding vicinity or an extended flight along the beach. 

 

Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory , 1-800-969-2634

A Daytona Beach tradition since 1925, Angell & Phelps Chocolates unveiled its new chocolate factory in late 1994. A free, guided 30-minute tour takes one on a fascinating journey into the history and how-to of the chocolate-making process. Visitors can watch over 100 kinds of candies being hand-made and boxed for shipment to chocolate lovers around the world. 

Castle Adventure Giant Castle Maze, 386-238-3887
Just east of Volusia Mall, Daytona Beach

 

Daytona 2000 Miniature Race Track, 386-239-8334
32 S Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach

 

Daytona Beach Kennel Club and Poker Room, 386-252-6484

2201 International Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach Kennel Club and Poker Room is a dog track in Daytona Beach, Florida that features greyhound racing and is open 12pm - 10pm daily. The property has one restaurant.

Daytona Flea and Farmer's Market, 386-252-1999
1425 Tomoka Farms Road, Daytona Beach

This 40-acre market, located at the corner of US Highway 92 and Interstate 95, features over 1,000 covered booths with a wide variety of items, both new and old. A fully air-conditioned antique mall on the north side of the property offers photos, jewelry and memorabilia from days gone by.

Daytona International Speedway, 386-254-2700

1801 West International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach

Known around the world as the "World Center of Racing," the Daytona International Speedway hosts NASCAR stock car, sports car, motorcycle and go-kart racing, as well as vehicle testing throughout the year. Highlights at the Speedway are Speedweeks, featuring the Daytona 500 for stock cars and the Rolex 24 At Daytona IMSA sports car race; and the Daytona 200 by Arai for motorcycles. The Speedway features a high-banked 2.5-mile tri-oval course and a 3.56-mile road course.

Daytona USA,
386-947-6800

1801 West International Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach

A one-of-kind interactive motorsports attraction, which features a variety of hands-on activities featuring both advanced technology and historical elements. The Official Attraction of NASCAR is a high-energy experience designed to appeal to everyone, regardless of their level of racing knowledge or enthusiasm.

Klassix Auto Attraction, 386-252-3800

2909 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach

A "must-see" for fans of Corvettes, muscle cars, collector cars and stock car enthusiasts devoted to speed; the history of racing, vintage motorcycles and other cars are all displayed in period backgrounds. Relax in the 1950's style ice cream parlor or browse the gift shop featuring items for the Corvette lover. Open every day including holidays.

Main Street Pier, 386-253-1212

1200 Main Street, Daytona Beach

See Daytona Beach from the top of the 180 foot space needle, ride the Sky Lift to the end of the pier.

Mardi Gras Fun Center, 386-252-8276
12 N Ocean Ave., Daytona Beach

 

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf, 386-676-9326
226 Cardinal Dr., Ormond Beach

 

Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse, 386-761-1821 
4931 South Peninsula Drive, Ponce Inlet
The Ponce de Leon Inlet lighthouse gives the feel of stepping back in time to the 1800's. The 175 foot tall structure, completed in 1887, took three years to build and was considered to be the most beautiful in Florida. The lighthouse served faithfully for 80 years until the Coast Guard abandoned it in 1970. The Town of Ponce Inlet rescued the lighthouse and converted it into a wonderful museum. Climbing the tower is well worth the energy, as the view from the top is spectacular. The lighthouse is open every day except Christmas from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Richard Petty Riding Experience, 1-800-BE PETTY

Experience first-hand the speed and thrill of NASCAR racing as a professional racing instructor takes you around the 2.5 mile high-banked tri-oval of Daytona International Speedway at speeds over 100 mph.

Shenandoah Stables Horseback Riding, 386-257-1444

1759 Tomoka Farms Rd., Daytona Beach

 

Sky Coaster Giant Swing, 386-258-9393

Boardwalk Amusement, Daytona Beach

 

Speed Zone Motor Sports Go-Karts, 386-253-3278

201 Fentress Blvd., Daytona Beach
Located across the street from Daytona International Speedway, this one-of-a-kind go-kart facility features three challenging go-kart race tracks and dragsters that go from 0-75 miles per hour in under four seconds

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Crane Lakes Golf and Country Club, 386-767-4653

1790 Crane Lakes Blvd., Port Orange
This magnificent 18-hole layout has 32 beautiful lakes filled with flowering aquatic vegetation and, is conveniently located just off I-95 in scenic Port Orange. The greens are pristinely manicured and are comprised of the highest quality Bermuda grass. With its luscious green fairways, Crane Lakes Golf & Country Club offers the truest test of golf around. Course Rating: 64.3 / Slope Rating: 115


The Golf Club at Cypress Head, 386-756-5449

6231 Palm Vista Street, Port Orange

Renowned course architects Arthur Hills and Mike Dasher were commissioned to use the abundant Florida topography, thick forests, wetlands and water to create a fair yet challenging layout. The golf course is versatile with widely spaced tee areas placed to allow the course to play from under 4900 yards to over 6800 yards.

Cypress Knoll Golf Club, 386-437-5807   

53 Easthampton Blvd., Palm Coast

Cypress Knoll, designed by Gary Player, opened in 1990. This course is 60 acres of narrow fairways and tight greens, wound through the beauty of natural wetlands preserve. For golfers who are not overawed by the challenge, Cypress Knoll is a thrilling reminder of how well a golf course can coexist with nature. The par-72 course is rated 71.6 from the blues tees, with a daunting slope of 130. 

Daytona Beach Golf Club, 386-671-3500
600 Wilder Boulevard, Daytona Beach

North Course: Course Rating 70 / Slope Rating 120

South Course: Course Rating 69.8 / Slope Rating 118

Indigo Lakes, 386-254-3607

312 Indigo Drive, Daytona Beach
Consistently ranked among the "top 10 Golf courses of Florida" by Golfweek Magazine, Indigo Lakes Golf Club is well known for its beautiful fairways, lush landscaping and challenging greens. The championship layout provides excitement for players of all levels. The professional staff's commitment to excellence ensures a memorable outing for foursomes and groups alike. Course Rating: 73.5 / Slope Rating: 128

Champions Legend, 386-274-LPGA

1000 Champions Drive, Daytona Beach

The 36 holes of championship golf at LPGA International are a combination of two distinctly different styles of golf course design

The Golf Club at Matanzas Wood, 386-446-6330 

398 Lakeview Blvd., Palm Coast

Matanzas Woods Golf Club, designed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, opened in 1985. It is a 6,894-yard masterpiece that cuts a majestic swath through stands of live oak, pine and palm. Ranked among Florida's best and known affectionately as "A Beautiful Monster," this par-72 course has hosted PGA National Qualifying School Finals and North Florida PGA Mini Tour events. With a rating of 69.2 and a slope of 118 from the white tees, you'll need every club in your bag and lots of nerve to master Arnie's "Beautiful Monster." 

Ocean Hammock Golf Club, 386-447-4612

105 16th Road, Palm Coast

This pristine parcel of oceanfront property is set amidst the dunes and natural landscape on Florida's northeast coast and features more ocean play than any other course on the state's east coast. Ocean Hammock is Florida's first oceanfront golf course since the 1920's. Six holes overlook the ocean, including a magnificent 468-yard, par 4 finishing hole. Lakes, dunes and forested terrain add to the challenge.

The Golf Club at Palm Harbor, 386-445-0845 

Casper Drive Extension, Palm Coast

Palm Harbor Golf Club, opened in 1973, is Palm Coast's original course. Designed by Bill Amick, this 6,580-yar, par-72, features 10 doglegs presided over by ancient and breathtaking live oaks. The meticulously manicured fairways, bordered by the slender trunks of sable palm trees, are even narrower than they appear, and call on the golfer to place each shot with consistent accuracy. With a rating of 71.8 from the blue tees, and a slope of 127, Palm harbor is a deceptively difficult course that can pile the bogeys on you, or prompt you to fire your best round of the year. 

 

Pelican Bay South Course, 386-756-0034
550 Sea Duck Drive, Daytona Beach

Located in Daytona's premier Country Club community, Pelican Bay South is a Lloyd Clifton-designed course, winding around sparkling waterways and lush greens. Make plans for an enjoyable, relaxing experience! Conveniently located near the interchange of I-4 & I-95, a child age 14 or younger can play free with a full-paying adult after 1:00 pm.

Course Rating: 71.5 / Slope Rating: 132


The Golf Club at Pine Lakes, 386-445-0852 

Pine Lakes Parkway, Palm Coast

Pine Lakes Country Club, at 7,074 yards, is the longest of Palm coast's courses, and many say the most forgiving. Its many charms have earned it a ranking as one of Florida's 50 best.  Opened in 1980, Pine Lakes bears the indelible stamp of its designer, Arnold Palmer, featuring broad fairways, a multitude of white sand bunkers, and a generous supply of water.  With a course rating of 73.5 from the blue tees, a slope of 126, and all that open fairway in front of you, if you listen carefully, you might hear Arnie whispering, "Tee it high and let it fly." 

River Bend Golf Club, 386-673-6000

730 Airport Rd., Ormond Beach

At River Bend, Lloyd Clifton Golf Course Designer, achieved his ultimate goal - a perfect blend of natural surroundings combined with a competitive and scenic golf course layout. With no home sites, River Bend is situated along the historic Tomoka River. Play among majestic oaks, red cedars, pines and magnolias. Each hole is unique. Hole #8 plays to 616 yards, the longest par 5 in the Halifax Area and #17 - one of the most picturesque par 3's ever seen in Florida. River Bend is a definite host for those who enjoy a blend of competitive golf with natural offerings. Course Rating: 72.7 / Slope Rating: 135

 

Turnbell Bay Golf Club, 877-465-8727

2600 Turnbull Estates Dr., New Smyrna Beach

Gary Wintz, a five-year veteran of the PGA Tour and former head pro at Walt Disney World, has designed the championship course which has become an environmental masterpiece. Players will find hammocks of ancient trees utilized as course hazards. Magnificent pines and tropical palmettos frame the fairways, offering an exquisite balance of nature and sport. Beautiful lakes present a challenge to golfers while offering refuge to wildlife. Course Rating: 69.5 / Slope Rating: 124

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Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory, (386) 252-6531, (800) 969-2634
154 S. Beach Street, Daytona Beach

A Daytona Beach tradition since 1925, Angell & Phelps Chocolates makes 100 kinds of candies by hand.

 

Bellair Plaza Shopping Center, (386) 677-8722

2425 N. Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach

Specialty shops. Hair and nail salons. Restaurants. Bowling. Grocery store.

 

Christmas Hut, (800) 643-9685, (386) 257-6635

2112 S. Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach Shores

Open year round. Gift and collectible specialty shop. Spun glass ornaments. Seashore Ornaments.

 

Daytona Beach Farmers Market, (386) 872-3272

City Island, Daytona Beach

Fresh fruits and vegetables. Plants. Saturdays only. 7 a.m. - noon.

 

Daytona Harley Davidson, (386) 253-2453

290 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach

Motorcycle dealership. Complete line of Harley Davidson apparel and leather goods. Rentals available. Adjacent diner open for breakfast and lunch.

 

Daytona Flea and Farmers Market, (386) 253-3330

US 92 at I-95, Daytona Beach

1,000 vendors. Produce, toys, jewelry, tools, brand-name clothing, and antiques. Restaurants. Snack bars. Open Friday - Sunday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Admission and parking: free.

 

Fountain Square Shopping Village, (386) 677-3845

142 E. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach

Upscale shops in a charming European village atmosphere.

 

Granada Plaza, (386) 238-3600

Northwest corner Granada Blvd. and A1A, Ormond Beach

Specialty stores. Jazz club. Restaurants.

 

International Speedway Square

2500 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach

Art supplies and specialty stores. Bed, Bath & Beyond. Circuit City. Old Navy. SteinMart.

 

Riverfront Marketplace, (386) 671-3272

300 S - 300 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach

Downtown Daytona Beach shopping, dining and entertainment district. Antiques and collectibles mall. Boutiques. Chocolate factory tours. Gift shops. Jewelry stores. Live theater. Restaurants. Parking is free.

 

Sunshine Park Mall, (386) 756-8700

2400 S. Ridgewood Ave, South Daytona

Specialty and outlet stores. Restaurant. Open Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday, noon - 5 p.m.

 

Volusia Mall, (386) 253-6783

1700 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach

More than 100 stores. Major retail chains and department stores. Restaurants. Food court. Open Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Sunday 12 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Free parking.

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Angell and Phelps Café, 386-257-2677

156 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach
Overlooking Riverfront Park in downtown Daytona. Choose from a selection of steaks, pasta, seafood, soups, salads, and sandwiches.

 

Aunt Catfish's on the River, 386-767-4768

4009 Halifax Drive, Port Orange
Dine along the river in Port Orange. Aunt Catfish's, located just west of the Dunlawton Bridge, specializes in fresh seafood and all-you-can-eat buffets.

 

Billy's Tap Room & Grill, 386-672-1910

58 E. Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach
Established in 1922, this historic restaurant reflects an atmosphere reminiscent of days gone by. Located on the beachside in Ormond, Billy's offers a wide selection of steak, chicken and seafood specialties.

 

Barnacle's Restaurant & Lounge, 386-673-1070

869 S. Atlantic Ave. Ormond Beach
Always fresh seafood from this beachside restaurant. Or you can enjoy prime ribs, steaks, or baby back ribs. Early bird specials from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. daily.

 

Buca di Beppo, 386-253-6253

2514 W. International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach

Best to come with a group and a BIG appetite. The restaurant specializes in hearty Southern Italian fare served family-style in gigantic proportions. It is considered a rare occasion for guests to leave hungry.

Booth's Bowery, 386-761-9464

3657 S. Nova Rd., Port Orange

Booth's is the place for award winning Buffalo style chicken wings. The restaurant also offers great daily specials, delicious homemade entrees, and Mexican favorites. Full cocktail lounge. Casual dining atmosphere for family and friends.

 

Crabby Joes Deck & Grill, 386-788-3364

3701 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores

Located on the Sunglow Fishing Pier in the Shores, enjoy casual dining and entertainment. Excellent seafood specialties. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

 

Crusin' Cafe Bar and Grill, 386-253-5522

2 S. Atlantic Blvd., Daytona Beach

If you like racing, then this is the place for you. The Cruisin Cafe is a bar and grill (from nachos to burgers to chicken) surrounded by memorabilia to create a complete motorsports history. They have a huge bar as well. A real favorite among the race fans.

 

Daytona Ale House 386-255-2555,

2610 W. International Speedway Blvd. Daytona Beach

Great food and always a fun time at the Daytona Ale House. Watch almost every sporting event on one of 40 TVs, and enjoy the best service and food, from burgers to pasta to seafood. Try the Cajun Chicken Pasta and the Bahamian Dolphin.

 

Earl Street Grill, 386-239-8781

715 Earl St., Daytona Beach

This family owned and operated bar & grill is a popular place with locals, and it's no wonder why. The staff greets everyone who steps in the door personally, and treats them like family. Great daily lunch specials.

 

Frappes North, 386-615-4888

123 West Granada, Ormond Beach
Specializes in Creative American cuisine. Its Bayou-rubbed Pork Loin Chop has garnered accolades from food critics throughout the area, and its Long Island Crispy Duck is excellent.

 

Gene's Steak House, 386-255-2059

3674 W. International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach

Located 4 miles west of I-95 on W. International Speedway, Gene's Steak House is well known in the area for choice beef and fresh seafood. Family owned and operated since 1948. We suggest you make reservations.

 

Highlander Café, 386-322-0320

1821 Ridgewood Ave., South Daytona

For a unique, yet casual dining experience, try the Highlander. A place for the whole family. Considered a favorite by the locals, for steaks, pasta, and seafood.

 

Maria Bonita, 386-255-3465

1435 S. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach

Authentic Mexican and Cuban specialties. Enjoy quesadillas, tamales, chimichangas & fajitas. Save room for some fried ice cream. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

 

McK's Dublin Station, 386-238-3321

218 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach

Fine food and spirits. Features a super sandwich menu and Irish specialties. Over 50 kinds of beer. Located across from Jackie Robinson Stadium

 

Ocean Deck, 386-253-5224

127 S. Ocean Ave., Daytona Beach

Great seafood and entertainment right along the beach. You can't beat the specialties at the Ocean Deck, such as the Clam Chowder in a Bread Bowl, the Rasta Shrimp Kabobs and a delicious steamed seafood platter known as the "Shipwrecker".

 

Olive Garden, 386-252-0639

1725 International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach

The Olive Garden is well known for serving up Italian dishes for a reasonable price. Spaghetti, lasagna, fettuccini alfredo, chicken, salads and breadsticks are just a few of the items available on their menu.

 

Oyster Pub, 386-255-6348

555 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach

A Daytona Tradition that keeps getting better. For over twenty years, The Oyster Pub is Daytona’s largest raw bar and sports bar serving up only the best in food, drinks, music, and nightly specials. The Oyster Pub has a huge bar, a dining area, a game room, and a banquet room for those special occasions.

 

Park's Seafood Restaurant, 386-258-7272

951 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach

Located on the mainland, one block north of the Seabreeze Bridge. Parks is a favorite among locals and visitors. A wide selection of seafood and landlubber entrees to choose. Early Bird specials daily.

 

Port Orange Steak House, 386-756-2660

3851 Nova Rd., Port Orange

Located in the Dunlawton Square Plaza, the Port Orange Steak House features wood fired steaks, ribs, seafood, & pasta. Open for lunch and dinner. Dine in or carry out.

 

Porto Fino, 386-767-9484
3124 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores

Fine Italian dining since 1978, enjoy the best in Italian and American cuisine, including pasta, veal, vegetarian dishes, Italian seafood, and steaks.

 

Riccardo's Italian Restaurant, 386-253-3035

610 Glenview Blvd., Daytona Beach Shores

In business for 30 years, everything from bread to pasta is homemade. Reservations are recommended.

 

Rio Bravo Cantina, 386-255-6500  

1735 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach
Select from the "Fresh Mex" menu of such favorites as quesadillas, fajitas, burritos, & chimichangas.

 

Rosario's Ristorante, 386-258-6066

448 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach

For authentic gourmet Italian cuisine, make your reservations at Rosario's Ristorante and choose from their fine selection of steak, seafood, and pastas.

 

Sweetwater's Restaurant, 386-761-6724

3633 Halifax Drive, Port Orange

Enjoy a beautiful view of the Halifax River as you dine. Specializing in fresh seafood and a relaxing waterfront atmosphere, Sweetwater's is a favorite with the locals.

 

Top of Daytona Restaurant and Lounge, 386-767-5791

2625 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores

Dine at the top of the tallest oceanfront building on the Florida coast! Dinner is served everyday from the 29th floor in a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Popular American specialties like prime-rib, steaks and seafood are on the menu. Hours: 4 - 9 pm weekdays/4 - 10pm weekends/Closed Mon.

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African American Museum of the Arts, 386-736-4004

325 S. Clara Ave., DeLand
Founded in 1994, the museum is home to a permanent collection of artifacts and folk art of the African countries, as well as a changing gallery featuring displays including works by African American and Caribbean artists. Open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday.


The Casements, 386-676-4316

25 Riverside Dr., Ormond Beach

The former winter home of John D. Rockefeller is now on the National Register of Historic Places. The Casements serves as a cultural center for Ormond Beach with creative experiences for all ages, including classes, exhibits, events, gift shop and meeting spaces.

Halifax Historical Museum, 386-255-6976

252 South Beach Street, Daytona Beach

The Halifax Historical Museum is located in Daytona Beach, Florida and operates in conjunction with The Halifax Historical Society.  The mission of the Society is to gather and preserve the history of the Halifax River area and present it to the public in an interesting and educational manner. Since 1984 the Halifax Historical Museum has been housed in the former Merchant's Bank Building located in the heart of the downtown historical district of Daytona Beach. Visitors often comment that this museum and its impressive collections are one of the best-kept "secrets" in the North Central Florida area.

Historic Connor Library Museum,
386-424-2196

201 Sams Avenue, New Smyrna Beach

Displays on southeast Volusia County history including the Timucuan Indians, Minorcans and early settlers of the region.

Mary McLeod Bethune Home,
386-255-1401

640 Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Boulevard, Daytona Beach

Home of Bethune-Cookman College founder and famous civil rights leader and educator.

Museum of Arts and Science,
386-255-0285

1040 Museum Boulevard, Daytona Beach

The Museum of Arts and Sciences is the primary art, history and science museum for Volusia County.  Nestled in the beautiful 90-acre nature setting of Tuscawilla Park, the museum presents guests with an entertaining and educational look at the fascinating worlds of art, science and history.

Ormond Memorial Art Museum, 386-676-3347

78 E. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach

Founded in 1946 as a War Memorial, the Museum now is home to a collection of paintings by Malcolm Fraser and changing monthly art exhibits in all media. Located on four acres of lush tropical gardens with native Florida plants, the Museum is an oasis in busy downtown Ormond Beach. Hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Friday and noon - 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Seaside Music Theatre, 386-252-6200

Daytona Beach

For more than twenty years, Seaside Music Theater has been bringing professional musical theater to Central Florida. Conveniently located in Daytona Beach, Seaside entertains more than 40,000 guests -- visitors and residents alike -- every year. Popular standards, new works, lost American musicals, operettas and opera in English make up winter and summer seasons of glorious music, marvelous dancing, brilliant drama and toe-tapping fun. Seaside is live theater at its Broadway best, but as close as your own back yard.

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Dive Daytona, 877-GO DIVIN

Daytona's premier dive and snorkel tour company. We are geared for the traveling diver or snorkeler. We have selected only the Premium dive and snorkeling sites available that are not weather regulated. This means that when you book your dive or snorkel trip with us it will not be cancelled due to weather.

 

Discover Diving Dive Center, 386-760-DIVE (3483)

92 Dunlawton Avenue

Daytona Beach

 

Extremewet, (FUN) 717-0012

3351 Merchant Terrace

Deltona
 

Spurce Creek Scuba, 386-767-1727

1646 Taylor Road

Port Orange

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Back Country Charter Service, 904-672-8929

270 Greenwood Circle, Ormond Beach

Fish from Mosquito Lagoon to Matanzas Inlet. No fishing license required.

Cookie Cutter Sports fishing, 386-304-0046
133 Inlet Harbor Rd., Ponce Inlet 
Cookie Cutter Sportfishing Charters provides a quality fishing experience for individuals, groups, families and even corporate outings in Daytona Beach, Florida. Our fishing trips are always exciting and action packed. Even if you've never fished, our mate will explain how all the fishing tackle works.

Charter Fishing Critter Fleet, 386-767-7676
4950 S Peninsula Dr., Daytona Beach

Inlet Harbor Marina & Restaurant,
386-767-3266
133 Inlet Harbor Road, Ponce Inlet

Just for Fun,
386- 767-3266
133 Inlet Harbor Rd., Ponce Inlet

Little Dolphin, 386-767-3266
133 Inlet Harbor Rd., Ponce Inlet

Marianne Fishing Boats, 386-767-3406
4884 Front St Ponce Inlet


Marina Port Orange,
386-767-6408
3537 Halifax Dr., Port Orange

The Pier,
386-253-1212
Main Street, Daytona Beach

Sunglow Fishing Pier, 386-765-4219
3701 S Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores

Super Critter II, 386-767-7676
4950 S Peninsula Dr., Daytona Beach

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A tiny Cruise Line, 386-226-2343

425 South Beach Street, Daytona Beach

Cruise at a leisurely pace in our 1890's style fantail launch "Fancy" only yards from shorelines, lovely estates, and historic downtown. A common excursion boat at the turn of the century "Fancy" is quite unique on the river today. Dolphins and wading birds are often close by as we glide past islands, parks and marinas. Experience the way things were done when the century was young. Welcome aboard!

Coastal Cruise Lines, 800-881-BOAT (2628)
6385 Turtle Mound Rd., New Smyrna Beach
While Cruising along the protected wetland and scenic mangrove shores on the Indian River, you will have variety of sights from dolphins to homes, water front history and Ponce de Leon Lighthouse.


Critter Fleet Speedboat Rides,
386-767-7676
4950 S Peninsula Dr., Daytona Beach

Florida Coastal Cruises, 1-800-881-BOAT (2628)
Experience the area from a different perspective with a leisurely voyage aboard the "Manatee." This scenic cruise along the Indian River offers a variety of sights from dolphins, waterfront homes and the historic Ponce Inlet.  

Safari River Tours, 386-668-1002 or 386-740-0333

Chart your course for adventure aboard the "Jungle Jim," a comfortably equipped 42 passenger tour boat. Come explore the natural beauty and wild heart of Florida on this 2-hour narrated river cruise of the majestic St. Johns River. Spot alligators sunning themselves on the riverbanks, manatees gracefully plying the waters of the river runs and rare and exotic birds circling overhead. Captain Jim Kemp will entertain you with tales of flora and fauna, history and humor along the way.

 

Sun Cruz Casino, 386-322-9000
10 Miles south of The Main Street Pier 

Featuring a full Las Vegas-style casino gaming experience, the "SunCruz III" is a three deck, 150-foot ship capable of holding 560 passengers. Gaming includes 234 slot machines,10 blackjack tables, two Craps tables, Roulette, Let-It-Ride, Caribbean Stud Poker and a private poker room. 

 

Daytona Beach River Cruise Company, 386-248-1441

351 Basin St., Daytona Beach

Welcome to Daytona Beach River Cruise Co., Daytona's largest sightseeing boat on the Halifax! Come experience the Halifax River's variety of wildlife, historic landmarks and beautiful homes. You many encounter Bottlenose dolphins, Florida Manatee, along with a variety of birds and other marine life, in their natural habitat. Discover local history through our expert narration. Learn about the arrival of the early Europeans, the life of the native Timucuan Indians, the building of plantations and grand hotels, the birth of auto racing on the beach and Daytona Beach's appeal as a winter playground for the rich and famous. 

Fantasy Island Rent - A - Boat, 386-788-7800
78 E Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange

 

Sunny Daze and Starry Night Cruises, 386-253-1796
Aunt Catfish's Restaurant, Daytona Beach

Take a relaxing ride down the Halifax River and into its creeks and tributaries, all of which make up an exciting eco-system. While aboard the "Native Son," you'll see an assortment of pelican, heron, egrets and other water fowl -- maybe even a manatee or dolphin. Captain Mark Sheets will point out historical areas of the river and what gave each area its mark in Volusia County history. He will also show different aquatic plants native to the area.

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Cruise America Motorcycle Rentals, 386-255-4469

720 East International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach
Reservations Daytona Cruisers Inc Rent Harley Davidson’s or Scooters

Scooters Cycles Rentals, 386-253-4141
Only 2 lights south of 92 on A1A, 2020 South Atlantic, Daytona Beach
Harley Rentals, Sport Bikes, Scooters.


Southside Jet Ski Rentals, 386-760-3008

3537 Halifax Drive, Port Orange

 

Wet Toy Rentals, 386-447-0400
300 Club House Dr., Palm Coast

 

 

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