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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is there to do in Daytona Beach?

    What is there to do in Daytona Beach? Go for scenic drives, explore popular historical sites, take a stroll on the Boardwalk & Pier, and tour Daytona International Speedway. Daytona Beach offers you amazing ocean activities activities, including surfing, kayaking, fishing, and paddleboarding.
  • Can you drive on Daytona Beach?

    Can you drive on Daytona Beach? Beach driving and parking are open to vehicles from November 1 through April 30 (from sunrise to sunset) and from May 1 through October 31 (8 AM - 7 PM). $20 Fee per vehicle is applicable. While driving, a vehicle's headlights must be on, and at least one front window should be down.
  • Are dogs allowed on Daytona Beach?

    Are dogs allowed on Daytona Beach? Sorry, pets are not allowed on the beach except for service animals. But there are places in Daytona Beach where you can play with your pup. Dogs on leashes can stroll the boardwalk and explore the coast at Smyrna Dunes Park and Lighthouse Point Park.
  • Is Daytona Beach open?

    Is Daytona Beach open? Yes. Daytona Beach is open daily. The beach is the perfect place for sunbathing, swimming, surfing, kayaking and boogieboarding. Rescue swimmers and lifeguards are on duty to help with beach related emergencies. Of course, safe social distancing should be observed.
  • Where can you eat in Daytona Beach?

    Where can you eat in Daytona Beach? Daytona Beach offers many great restaurants and bars. Indulge in fresh Florida Coast flavors at Azure Oceanfront Dining at The Shores Resort & Spa. Sip on refreshing poolside drinks at the Tiki Hut Barefoot Beach Bar. Stay within walking distance of the best eateries in Daytona Beach.
  • Can you drink on Daytona Beach?

    Can you drink on Daytona Beach? Sorry, alcohol and disposable cups are prohibited on the beach. But there are many bars near the beach where you can savor amazing cocktails paired with delicious bites.
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