Booking a Hotel in Ormond Beach, FL
The Birthplace of Speed, Ormond Beach became a proving ground for auto inventors and drivers with its hard-packed sands. The city's famous connection with racing began in 1902, and Ormond Beach is the birthplace of Speed Park, which features a replica of Ormond Garage.
Looking for a beautiful day at the beach? Visit Andy Ramano Beachfront Park, featuring off-beach parking, splash pad, playgrounds, pavilions, concessions, and restrooms. This four-acre park will have you and your family coming back again and again.
For a change of pace, take in the historical sites at The Casements. The Casements is the Jewel of Ormond Beach and former home of the late John D. Rockefeller. Listed on the register of historic places and a Florida Heritage Site visitors are welcomed to learn the history of the mansion and the grounds. Conveniently located near Ormond Beach shopping, restaurants, and white beaches.
While you are taking in the historical sites, visit The Ponce De Leon Inlet Lighthouse. The lighthouse is open seven days a week and visited by 170,000 people a year. Climb all 203 steps of Florida's tallest lighthouse and enjoy the magnificent views of Ponce Inlet.
- Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory
- Daytona Beach Main Street Pier
- Daytona Lagoon
- Fortunato Park
- Michael Crotty Bicentennial Park
- Museum of Arts & Sciences
- Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum
- Rockefeller Gardens
- Romano Beachfront Park
- Seabridge Riverfront Park
- Tom Renick Park
- Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center
- Florida Hospital Oceanside
- Daytona Beach International Airport
- US Coast Guard Station Ponce De Leon
- US Naval Air Station
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