• Daytona Beach
    Daytona Beach is a city on Florida’s Atlantic coast. It’s known for Daytona International Speedway, which hosts February’s iconic Daytona 500 NASCAR race. The beach has hard-packed sand where driving is permitted in designated areas. Near the boardwalk’s rides and arcades, Daytona Beach Bandshell stages free summer concerts. Steps from the beach, Daytona Lagoon water park offers go-karts, laser tag and waterslides.

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    Daytona Beach Shores
  • Daytona Beach Shores
    Daytona Beach Shores is a charming, friendly, oceanfront community of 4,300 residents located on the barrier island directly south of Daytona Beach, Florida. The city was founded in 1960 by local businessmen who were convinced that a smaller community would better serve the residents.
  • DeBary
    Located on the northern shore of the beautiful St. Johns River, DeBary has thousands of oak trees, is a Bird Sanctuary, and has an extensive park system.
  • DeLand
    DeLand is the county seat of Volusia County as well as a college town, with Stetson University’s campus classified as a National Historic District. The downtown, lined with notable gift shops and restaurants, has been recognized as a national MainStreet community. Special events focus on culture and the arts, history, hospitality and lifestyle. DeLand’s city slogan is “the Athens of Florida” but your guess is as good as ours as to what that means.
  • Deltona
    Located on the northern shore of Lake Monroe along the St. Johns River, Deltona is the most populous city in Volusia County. If you are looking for a lake community with unparalleled parks and recreation look no further.
  • Edgewater
    Situated along the Indian River, adjacent to the Mosquito Lagoon, the city of Edgewater is a town with lots of river access and abundant hiking trails.
  • Holly Hill
    The city of Holly Hill borders the Hallifax River between Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach.
  • Lake Helen
  • New Smyrna Beach
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    Manatee at Blue Spring State Park

    New Smyrna Beach has loads of little shops and cafes, and a thriving arts community, and its beaches are wide and flat with golden-hued sands. Its Apollo Beach is part of the extensive Canaveral National Seashore that continues to the south, all-natural and minimally developed.

  • Oak Hill
    Rich in Florida history, the City of Oak Hill is the southernmost city in Southeast Volusia County.
  • Orange City
    Orange City is proud of its small town ambiance, while offering all the amenities necessary for today’s fast-paced lifestyle. Residents are fortunate to have some of the safest and most affordable neighborhoods in Volusia County.
  • Ormond Beach
    In 1903, the smooth, hard-packed sands of Ormond Beach became a proving ground for automobile inventors and drivers. These first speed tournaments in the US earned Ormond the title “Birthplace of Speed”, and the city proudly promotes that history today.
  • Pierson
    The Town of Pierson is a small rural community in Northwest Volusia County, Florida. Known as the “Fern Capital of the World”, Pierson strives to provide a large abundance of small town charm.
  • Ponce Inlet
    Ponce Inlet is a residential haven for those persons who value nature, quiet, and privacy. It offers a small town lifestyle where people feel safe and should have easy access to small scale businesses serving their needs.
  • Port Orange
    This family-oriented community offers an ideal environment for business. Port Orange boasts award-winning schools, an extremely low crime rate, and active neighborhood associations.

Why I Love DeLand