To help slow the spread of the coronavirus, this office is closed to the public until further notice. Staff is still working to provide services. Feel free to call us or send us an email.
If you need to do business with the division, we encourage you to use the website or contact the office by phone or email from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
All county parks, trails and boat ramps remain open.
Whether you want to take a nature walk, see historic sites, learn more about the environment, or take part in cultural opportunities, Volusia County has it all. You also can boat, fish, camp, observe wildlife in its natural habitat, sunbathe and participate in active recreational activities in Volusia County.
Our programs and facilities incorporate a theme that embraces environmental, cultural, heritage and outdoor (ECHO) activities and sites.
Volusia County is famed for its miles of beaches, lazy rivers, unsurpassable weather, its forests, quiet towns and sparkling resorts.
Volusia County has three popular attractions that highlight the area's history and ecology.
Land Management is responsible for the management, enhancement and restoration of approximately 38,000 acres in Volusia County.
Volusia County is blessed with some of the most beautiful parks and trails in the Southeast.
Children, teens and adults can have fun and get fit with activities sponsored by Volusia County’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Division.
Your one-stop sports event planning resource. View a listing of all the sporting facilities in Volusia County, find an activity or plan your own on SportsVolusia.com.