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Just west of the Daytona Beach area you'll find the River of Lakes Heritage Corridor, including historic Downtown DeLand, Deltona, and a cluster of small towns, natural springs and nature preserves. The area's three state parks, freshwater springs, national wildlife refuge and new Florida Scenic Highway designation offer endless outdoor activities and amazing encounters with nature.

A short drive south of the Daytona Beach area, the New Smyrna Beach area offers visitors the relaxing sands and sights of charming 'Old Florida.' New Smyrna possesses a distinct hometown quality reflected in its cracker architecture, lush tropic landscape and community. Enjoy culinary delights from fresh seafood to steaks and pasta on the waterfront, or under an umbrella at a sidewalk cafe. Featuring historic architecture, art galleries, fishing excursions, shops and water views, the area has something for everyone.

Known as "The City with a Heart", Holly Hill boasts one of the most beautiful views of the Halifax River along scenic Riverside Drive. Enjoy riverfront parks galore that feature boat ramps, fishing piers and plenty of covered picnic tables. The Riviera Oaks Dog Park is also in Holly Hill.

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New Smyrna Beach, Florida- New Smyrna Beach occupies a notable place in history as the site of the largest single attempt at colonial settlement in what is now the United States. This beautiful seashore retreat town offers 13 miles of white, sandy beaches and some of the best fishing on the east coast.

Orange City, Florida- Named for the thousands of acres of orange groves planted in and around the city, Orange City is proud of its small town ambiance, while offering all the amenities necessary for today’s fast-paced lifestyle.

Ormond Beach, Florida- The first speed tournaments in the US earned Ormond Beach the title “Birthplace of Speed.” Where the smooth, hard-packed sands of Ormond Beach became a proving ground for automobile inventors and drivers.

Port Orange, Florida- Port Orange blends beauty and opportunity within its 28 square miles. From its tree-lined streets to its parks, this community is the pride of Volusia County.
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Daytona Lagoon
Daytona Lagoon
Your year-round family fun center with a large number of attractions that are safe and fun for the whole family!
Ponce de Leon Lighthouse
Ponce de Leon Lighthouse
Walk inside and step back in time. The Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse represents one of the best preserved and most authentic historic light stations in the nation today!

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