Lighthouse Point Park

"Storm Damage Update: The North Jetty Fishing Deck is not accessible at this time". 

Location: 5000 S. Atlantic Ave.,  Ponce Inlet

Open Daily: Sunrise to sunset

Admission: $10 per vehicle. $20 annual inlet parks pass.

Alcohol is prohibited within the park under the Town of Ponce Inlet Ordinance Article VI Section 6.7

Trailers are not permitted on weekends and holidays without prior authorization from the Coastal Division through a Special Event Permit. There is a $25 application fee and the form can be submitted via email to

Lighthouse Point Park is at the southern tip of Ponce Inlet. The natural beauty of the undisturbed land has been preserved for all to enjoy. Dolphins frequent the shoreline, gopher tortoises can be found in sandy areas, and other wildlife (including raccoons, possums, skunks, armadillos, shore birds and birds of prey) can be observed. Lighthouse Point Park is one of the few County parks where man’s best friend may enjoy the amenities. However, pets must be leashed at all times. 


The 52-acre park features fishing, nature trails, an observation deck and tower, swimming and pavilions.

Driving directions

From Daytona Beach, take I-95 south toward Miami. Take SR-421, Exit 256, toward Port Orange. Take the Taylor Road ramp toward Port Orange/Daytona Beach Shores. Merge onto State Road 421 East/Dunlawton Avenue. Cross the high-rise bridge, turn right on South Atlantic Avenue, and drive straight to the park.

Reserving pavilions

Pavilion map

Coastal Division Director
Jessica Winterwerp

Questions and comments

Daytona Beach

386-736-2700, ext. 18072

New Smyrna Beach
386-423-3300, ext. 18072