Daytona Beach Shores is a small town on the northern Florida coast of the Atlantic Ocean. The town is located on a 23-mile stretch of white sand beach and is home to the famous Daytona International Speedway. Numerous local and national resorts, hotels and small inns are located directly on the beach and downtown.
From the raceway to the beach, Daytona Shores boasts plenty of excitement for the car enthusiast. The Daytona International Speedway is open to the public daily. There is a NASCAR shop, and you can view the track and stands. The beach is accessible to pedestrians 24/7, and cars are allowed to drive on the beach in designated areas. There are many historical sites to visit in the Daytona Shores area. Visitors can tour Bulow State Park to see the remains of sugar plantations. Rockefeller's opulent Ormond Beach home is open to the public.
Due to the many race dates at the Daytona International Speedway, reservations are recommended. The temperature in Daytona Beach Shores ranges from an average 59 degrees in the winter to an average 78 degrees in the summer with coastal breezes year-round. You can find old-fashioned fun on the Daytona Beach Boardwalk with roller coasters, trendy souvenir shops and dining that features fresh, locally caught seafood. The 30-mile Ormond Scenic Loop will lead you on a driving tour of the most diverse natural scenery and wildlife remaining in northeast Florida.