Daytona Beach is the ideal destination for friends, families and race fans looking for a modern resort, thrilling amusement rides, breathtaking beaches and one of the most famous race tracks in America. Known as the Fun Coast area it extends across Volusia and Flagler counties along the Atlantic coasts wide sandy beaches.
The most well-known and sought-after destinations in Daytona Beach are the Daytona International Speedway and the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. The Daytona International Speedway complex, known as “The World Center of Racing,” occupies 500 acres of land, making it very hard to miss. If you’re a thrill-seeker and want to get a taste of the Daytona 500, check out the 200-mile-per-hour Richard Petty Driving Experience.
Daytona’s 23-mile stretch of pristine beaches will be waiting for you. Refresh yourself in the surf or soak up the sun on the sand, where certain areas are marked off for pedestrians and cars so you can bring your personal car onto the beach!
After a $10 million restoration, the Daytona Beach Pier reopened to the public with the addition of a Joe’s Crab Shack and nearby amusement park rides. Test your limits with the giant slingshot ride or try the old-school arcade area where you can play ever-popular Skee Ball and collect tickets in return for prizes.
At Daytona Beach you’ll discover family-friendly entertainment of all kinds.