Volusia County is famed for its miles of beaches, lazy rivers, unsurpassable weather, forests, quiet towns and
Volusia County's Parks, Recreation and Culture Division manages two popular attractions that highlight the area's
history and ecology.
The beaches of the Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach areas offer breathtaking beauty and water related fun! At low
tide, the beach is up to 500 feet wide.
Daytona Beach has become known internationally as the "World's Most Famous Beach" and the "World Center of Racing."
These images often overshadow its role as the center for business, education, cultural and entertainment activities for
a large portion of North CentralFlorida. Deltona is the county's largest city.
The following convention and visitors bureaus offer a breath of information for Volusia County’s visitors: Daytona
Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, West Volusia Tourism Advertising Authority, and New Smyrna Beach Area
Daytona Beach International Airport (DBIA) is the "Gateway to Central Florida." linking the world famous Atlantic Ocean
beaches and the Daytona International Speedway with Orlando attractions, Kennedy Space Center and historic St.
Volusia County's ECHOtourism website provides information about our environment, culture, heritage and outdoor
Welcome to the Volusia County History website created by Volusia
County Government and the Volusia County Historic Preservation Board.
Located in the heart of the Daytona Beach resort area, and only 400 feet from the Atlantic Ocean, the Volusia County
Ocean Center is the area's convention, entertainment and sports complex.
Volusia County is blessed with some of the most beautiful parks and trails in the Southeast. More than 1 million people visit our parks and trails each year to view nature's beauty and to participate in recreational programs.
Your one stop sports event planning resource.
Learn more about Volusia County’s transportation options, including Daytona Beach International Airprot and Votran – our countywide transportation bus.