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Daytona's Fall Adventure Experiences - Naturally!

Visitors come year-round to swim in our sparkling waters and scuba dive at our offshore reefs -- but there's even more to do once you leave the beach! Eco-adventurers will find the Daytona Beach area rich in natural treasures! We invite you to enjoy over 33 miles - and growing! - of showcase trails. Hike or bike the nature trails and explore the lush botanical and tropical diversity each trail offers. 


The easiest biking trail to find?
Bike the Beach! Check it out along with these multi-use trails: Spring to Spring and East Central Regional Rail Trail


Hiking with horses?
The Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve affords a variety of trail experiences, including equestrian. Check out these detailed maps of Doris Leeper Spruce Creek Preserve and East Volusia County bicycling routes.


Are you experienced?
For detailed bicycling routes in West Volusia County, check out the Volusia County Bicycling Map for the Experienced Cyclist.


Did you hear that "shreep"?
Lyonia Preserve, known for its ultra-friendly scrub jay population, provides a range of trails, some hilly, from .4 to 2.4 miles. 


During your stay, be sure to enjoy our extensive collection of hiking and biking trails for inland experiences guaranteed to excite. From November to March, visitors can witness hundreds of manatees seeking the warm water refuge at Blue Spring State Park. Take the whole family on an eco tour adventure to experience our unique environment firsthand. There are so many great outdoor experiences just waiting for you!


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