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About Daytona Beach Shores

Daytona Beach Shores Travel Tips

With quiet beaches, family-friendly activities, and close proximity to everything the Florida coast has to offer, vacationers are sure to love Daytona Beach Shores. Condo rentals are a great way to spend a family vacation because they offer much more comfort than a regular hotel. Choosing Daytona Beach condos for rent by owner is the best value because they are guaranteed to be clean, comfortable, and well cared for—perfect for families with kids!
Although driving a car is the most convenient way to get around town, families staying in Daytona Beach Shores rentals might be happy to learn that the town is also bicycle-friendly. The town has an inexpensive, reliable bus service, as well as the A1A Beachside Trolley. Taking the bus or trolley is a great way to save money, and tickets are available online so you can plan your travel itinerary ahead of time.

Attractions

Beaches & Parks
Daytona Beach Shores, FL is a small beach town that stretches 5.5 miles along the Atlantic Ocean, offering several family-friendly beachfront parks along the way. Just like other coastal towns, Daytona Beach rentals are popular because they are near the ocean, so be sure to book your reservation in advance!
McElroy Park is a large, 3-acre park with a baseball field, playground, tennis and basketball courts, picnic tables, and plenty of facilities.
Frank Rendon Park is great for kids because it offers a large playground with a padded floor. It also has grills and picnic areas, outdoor showers, and a beach walkway and observation deck.
Fornari Park is a great beachfront park with a playground, plenty of picnic areas, and an observation deck.

Things to Do

Families staying in nearby Daytona Beach rentals will find plenty to do in town, from adventures on the water to local historic landmarks. Here are a few of the best attractions in the area:
Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & MuseumAt 175 ft. tall, the Ponce de Leon is the tallest lighthouse in Florida. Built in 1887, this lighthouse is one of only twelve in the country to have been named a National Historic Landmark.
Fishing is plentiful in Daytona Beach Shores. Charter boats are available for rent through several local businesses, or fish off the pier at many local beaches.
Sailing & Boat Tours – Charter sailboats are offered for sightseeing cruises or relaxing trips out on the water. Wildlife tours are available to learn ...

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