Family, Shopping, & Dining
Relive history in this minor league baseball park where ground-breaking African-American baseball player Jackie Robinson played in the first integrated Major League Baseball spring training game in 1946. The ballpark features a statue of Robinson, historical markers and a museum. Group tours are available by appointment. Open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Daytona Lagoon features 12 water rides, a giant wave pool, and lazy river. The family entertainment center includes Grand Prix go-kart racing, miniature golf, laser tag, rock wall, island hopper, and the largest arcade in Daytona Beach.
DeLeon State Park is a 625 acre park and spring, overlooking beautiful Spring Garden Run, producing 19 million gallons of water a day at 72 degrees year-round. The park includes swimming areas, canoes, paddle-boats, and kayaks that can be rented.
Blue Spring State Park covers more than 2,600 acres, including the largest spring on the St. John’s River. The spring’s 73-degree water can be enjoyed by swimmers, snorkelers, and certified scuba divers. Fishing, canoeing, and boating are also enjoyed along the St. John’s River.
Daytona Beach Boardwalk and Pier. Summer concerts at the Bandshell every weekend called “Star Bangled Summer”. Arcades, roller coaster, sling shot, gift shops. Bars & Restaurants like Bubba Gumps, Mai Tai’s, Coldstone Creamery, and movie theatre.
Tanger Outlet Mall is a brand new mall offering some of the best brands out there. The outlet mall’s store directory lists at least 68 stores including: Columbia Sportswear, Francesca’s, H&M, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren and VF Outlet.
Cobb Luxury Theatres offers movie lovers the best films in beautiful theaters that are well-maintained and run by friendly, well-trained team members. Each Theater includes Stadium Seating for unobstructed viewing with custom designed rocking seats with high backs and lift up armrests. Each theater also features giant wall-to-wall, curved, high gain screens for brighter colors and a sharper image.
Along with awesome waves, Ponce Inlet is best known for Florida’s tallest working lighthouse and a marine science center featuring a turtle hospital, a seabird rehabilitation sanctuary, a hands-on aquatic touch pond that’s home to stingrays and hermit crabs, a boardwalk, an observation tower and nature trails.