How are the parks and recreational areas in Daytona Beach?

Asked by Stephan, San Francisco, CA Mon Apr 23, 2007

Are there dog parks and running paths?

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Lisa Hill, , Port Orange, FL
Tue Jul 3, 2007
We have excellent parks and recreational areas in all of Volusia county. The most enjoyable parks, in my opinion, can be found on the Intracoastal Waterway and on the Atlantic Ocean. These have free parking, pavilions, playgrounds, areas for playing frisbee, football or whatever you'd like to do in a wide, open space. And of course, you can always go swimming if you're at one of the ocean front parks.

Don't forget, we're only 30-45 minutes to DeLand also, where they have Ponce DeLeon Springs & Blue Springs, where you can see manatee, rent canoes, swim, play and more.
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Tanya Miller, , Daytona Beach, FL
Mon Apr 23, 2007
There are over 20 miles of beach for sun bathers with varying intensity of wave action, both calm for splashers and choppy for surfers. Some zoned for no driving. Well organized youth, family and seniors' activities. There are a couple of dog parks as well as many dog day spas and overnight resorts. Most residential areas have their own running/biking paths built into the community but there are also a couple provided by the county and state parks as well. Lots of community activity in charitable events including marathons, walk-a-thons, special Olympics, etc.
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