Visitor Guide

Water Sports

Beach combing and frolicking - Our beachfront hotel is easily accessible to miles of white sand beaches, always open and free to pedestrians, thus making Daytona Beach perfect for walking, running, picnicking, playing in the surf and sunbathing. Cars are allowed on the beach from sunrise to sunset when tidal conditions permit.

Surfing - Surfing is a tradition in the Daytona Beach area, and it's fun for all ages - from seasoned pro's to vacationing beginners. The Shores now offers Surfing lessons on Saturday mornings through August 20th, surfboard and rash guards provided - please register in advance at the Spa Activities Desk.

  • 9am - 10:30am (90 mins)
  • 7 years and older, both kids and adults welcome
  • Cost $65 per person

Nearby the resort, the Daytona Beach area offers an abundance of water sport activities. Please browse the options below - our front office concierge team will be happy to answer any questions and assist in making arrangements with any of these off-site activities.

Water sports - Rolling surf and brilliant white sand make for endless water activities, from swimming, surfing and scuba diving to parasailing, jet skiing and water skiing.

Fishing - Daytona Beach offers some of the best fishing in Florida. Cast your line from a pier, join a deep-sea fishing excursion, or settle in for a week of flats fishing at the estuaries of the Halifax and Indian Rivers.

Boating - Get out on the water! Daytona offers charters for a variety of vessels - yachts, sailboats, kayaks, canoes, banana boats and everything in between. You'll also find air-boat rides and more.

Tour boats are popular in Central Florida, whether airport, glass bottom boat, cruises or pontoon. Visit some of the tour boat operators in our area while you're in Daytona Beach! 

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