Ormond Beach, FL US
Get on the 1A, also known as Atlantic Avenue, in Daytona Beach, drive north for about seven miles and you will be in Ormond Beach. The hard, white beaches between these two cities was key to it being one of the first locations for auto racing, creating Ormond’s nickname “Birthplace of Speed”.
The Halifax River, part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, runs through the city, creating great fishing for Redfish, Flounder and Gator Trout at Tomoka State Park. You can see manatee and alligators here and there is a nice nature trail as well. Ormond Beach was John D. Rockefeller’s winter home “The Casements” – it is a popular historic site to visit. Sailing and golfing are popular pastimes, as are all beach activities. Check out the orange sand!
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