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Favorite Local Restaurants in NSB
There are a lot of great local restaurants in NSB. Here are a few of my personal favorites.
Interesting sandwich combinations. Sit outside on the enclosed back patio.
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Yellow Dog Eats
147 Canal St
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Interesting sandwich combinations. Sit outside on the enclosed back patio.
Local Favorite for dinner
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The Garlic
556 East 3rd Avenue
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Local Favorite for dinner
Its fun to sit in the treehouse!!!
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Norwood's Eatery & Treehouse Bar
400 East 2nd Avenue
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Its fun to sit in the treehouse!!!
You can eat inside or outside. Great lunch and dinner menu.
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Corkscrew Bar and Grille
235 Canal St
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You can eat inside or outside. Great lunch and dinner menu.
I love this place. Its fun to eat outside as long as you don't mind the neighborhood fat cat that hangs around. Cute and small inside - just really good farm to table food.
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Riverpark Terrace
302 S Riverside Dr
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I love this place. Its fun to eat outside as long as you don't mind the neighborhood fat cat that hangs around. Cute and small inside - just really good farm to table food.
Eclectic menu...located close by in the strip mall where the Dollar General Market is.
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The Baker's Table
4154 South Atlantic Avenue
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Eclectic menu...located close by in the strip mall where the Dollar General Market is.
Awesome burgers...gets crowded but its right on the beach on Flagler Ave. If you are headed over there for shopping consider this lunch option.
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The Breakers Ocean Front Restaurant & Bar
518 Flagler Avenue
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Awesome burgers...gets crowded but its right on the beach on Flagler Ave. If you are headed over there for shopping consider this lunch option.
The food's pretty good...but the view from above is really great. Bring a sweater. If you sit upstairs just know its open to the elements and it can get windy up there.
The Crow's Nest Bar & Grille
203 S Atlantic Ave
The food's pretty good...but the view from above is really great. Bring a sweater. If you sit upstairs just know its open to the elements and it can get windy up there.
Great Breakfast - usually pretty crowded for breakfast but they do have outdoor seating. This is located in the Dollar General Market strip mall.
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C's Waffles-Beachside
4166 South Atlantic Avenue
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Great Breakfast - usually pretty crowded for breakfast but they do have outdoor seating. This is located in the Dollar General Market strip mall.
This is one of those "Oh my goodness" out of the way jewels off Canal Street. Its a tiny place that has about 3 tables as well seating at the bar. Don't leave without ordering the garlic knots!
Prima
112 Sams Ave
This is one of those "Oh my goodness" out of the way jewels off Canal Street. Its a tiny place that has about 3 tables as well seating at the bar. Don't leave without ordering the garlic knots!
Another tucked in out of the way treasure. Cool, colorful staple spotlighting unique, locally sourced cafe fare, including many veggie options.
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Cafe Verde
301 Flagler Avenue
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Another tucked in out of the way treasure. Cool, colorful staple spotlighting unique, locally sourced cafe fare, including many veggie options.
I confess I've not eaten here, but it is on my bucket list. Very popular local restaurant on Flagler Avenue.
Cafe Heavenly
115 Flagler Avenue
I confess I've not eaten here, but it is on my bucket list. Very popular local restaurant on Flagler Avenue.
On Flagler Avenue...HUGE sandwiches on great bread - one is enough to share - or get half sandwiches for more variety.
Manzano's Beachside Deli
311 Flagler Avenue
On Flagler Avenue...HUGE sandwiches on great bread - one is enough to share - or get half sandwiches for more variety.
If you are looking for locally roasted coffee drinks, check out Island Roasters located on the North Causeway.
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Island Roasters Coffee Company
394 N Causeway
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If you are looking for locally roasted coffee drinks, check out Island Roasters located on the North Causeway.
Great breakfast...2 locations in NSB - E 3rd Ave and on the North Causeway near Island Roasters Coffee
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Wake Up Café
749 E 3rd Ave
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Great breakfast...2 locations in NSB - E 3rd Ave and on the North Causeway near Island Roasters Coffee
I've only been here for breakfast and eat the same thing every time- the chicken and waffles, which has a savory gravy and a side of maple syrup. I know what you are thinking, I can see that eyebrow raise, but trust me...its delish. Don't eat the gravy on the side...let them pour it all over the top!!!
The Sand Bar Café
1500 S Dixie Fwy
I've only been here for breakfast and eat the same thing every time- the chicken and waffles, which has a savory gravy and a side of maple syrup. I know what you are thinking, I can see that eyebrow raise, but trust me...its delish. Don't eat the gravy on the side...let them pour it all over the top!!!
Definite local favorite and close by. On the river and you can eat outside. Sometimes you might get lucky and see dolphins and manatees.
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JB's Fish Camp
859 Pompano Avenue
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Definite local favorite and close by. On the river and you can eat outside. Sometimes you might get lucky and see dolphins and manatees.
Menu is amazing, they are close by and they get great ratings. Open for dinner only. Reservations recommended for the weekend.
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SoNapa Grille
3406 South Atlantic Avenue
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Menu is amazing, they are close by and they get great ratings. Open for dinner only. Reservations recommended for the weekend.
Things to Do
Here are some things to do within about a half hour that have little or no cost.
Go out of Saxon and turn left...It will be on your right hand side just before the Cape Canaveral National Park. Its a nice self guided walk through the canopy. The 360 degree views are really great....and its free!
Turtle Mound
Go out of Saxon and turn left...It will be on your right hand side just before the Cape Canaveral National Park. Its a nice self guided walk through the canopy. The 360 degree views are really great....and its free!
There is a charge to enter the park unless you have a National Park pass. Its about 6 1/2 miles to the end with parking lots along the way for various parts of the beach. FYI Parking Lot 5 is for the nude beach (Apollo Beach).
Canaveral National Seashore
7611 S. Atlantic Avenue
There is a charge to enter the park unless you have a National Park pass. Its about 6 1/2 miles to the end with parking lots along the way for various parts of the beach. FYI Parking Lot 5 is for the nude beach (Apollo Beach).
Seminole Rest is a historic site in Oak Hill, Florida, United States. It is located east of State Road 5, on the western shore of Mosquito Lagoon, and is part of the Canaveral National Seashore. Address: 207 River Rd, Oak Hill, FL 32759 While you are there consider having lunch at Goodrich's Seafood - sit outside if you can. https://www.goodrichseafoodandoysterhouse.com/
Seminole Rest
207 River Rd
Seminole Rest is a historic site in Oak Hill, Florida, United States. It is located east of State Road 5, on the western shore of Mosquito Lagoon, and is part of the Canaveral National Seashore. Address: 207 River Rd, Oak Hill, FL 32759 While you are there consider having lunch at Goodrich's Seafood - sit outside if you can. https://www.goodrichseafoodandoysterhouse.com/
The best place to see wildlife is along the Black Point Wildlife Drive. The 7-mile, one-way drive follows a dike road around several shallow marsh impoundments and through pine flatwoods. This provides an excellent place to see waterfowl (in season), wading birds, shorebirds and raptors. Alligators, river otters, bobcats, various species of snakes, and other wildlife may be visible as well. A self-guiding brochure (available near the drive entrance) will provide information on things to look for. Driving time is approximately 40 minutes. There is a $10 fee (cash or check) per vehicle for a day pass or you can purchase a yearly pass for $25 at the Visitor Information Center. Duck Stamps, America the Beautiful Passes (annual, senior, and access), and Canaveral National Seashore passes may be substituted for the refuge pass. https://www.fws.gov/refuge/merritt_island/black_point_wildlife_drive.aspx
Blackpoint Wildlife Drive
The best place to see wildlife is along the Black Point Wildlife Drive. The 7-mile, one-way drive follows a dike road around several shallow marsh impoundments and through pine flatwoods. This provides an excellent place to see waterfowl (in season), wading birds, shorebirds and raptors. Alligators, river otters, bobcats, various species of snakes, and other wildlife may be visible as well. A self-guiding brochure (available near the drive entrance) will provide information on things to look for. Driving time is approximately 40 minutes. There is a $10 fee (cash or check) per vehicle for a day pass or you can purchase a yearly pass for $25 at the Visitor Information Center. Duck Stamps, America the Beautiful Passes (annual, senior, and access), and Canaveral National Seashore passes may be substituted for the refuge pass. https://www.fws.gov/refuge/merritt_island/black_point_wildlife_drive.aspx
On your way to the BlackPoint Wildlife Drive, stop here at the HaulOver Canal to view the manatees at certain times of the year. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haulover_Canal
A Day Away Kayak Launch Spot
On your way to the BlackPoint Wildlife Drive, stop here at the HaulOver Canal to view the manatees at certain times of the year. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haulover_Canal
Some come because it's a regular habit. Others come for the spectacle. Regardless of the reasoning, the secret is out—Playalinda Beach is one of Florida's most popular nude beaches. Playalinda is located within the Cape Canaveral National Seashore, right near the Kennedy Space Center. It's a federally owned beach known for its great surfing. Whether by word of mouth or force of habit, there is a remote stretch of the beach that is also well known as a nude beach. Of course, what better way is there to beat Florida's heat than to take it all off. Just don't forget to pack your sunblock. Location There are 13 parking areas along the four miles of beach. Each parking area has a restroom, but there are no shower areas. The fun begins at the north end of Lot 13, the last parking area. Beaches 1-12 are used for surfing, swimming, sunbathing, and fishing, and beach entrance 13 is the nude section of Playlinda. You may spot a random nude bather here and there at beach 11 or 12, but if you're looking to let it all hang out, just head straight to 13 and don't follow the random nude stragglers. The beach is hidden behind large dunes so you won't see any nude bathers from the parking lot. Fun in the (Nude) Sun Over a mile of sand, you will see naked people tanning areas that generally don't see the light of day. The crowd is generally mixed—including gay men, true naturists, and heterosexual couples—but for the most part an older hippie-type crowd. Although, it's a no-judgment zone, so anything goes. You pretty much have to go out of your way to be offended, but if such activities typically offend you, don't go. It's important to note that Florida law doesn't allow nudity in public places. There is a Brevard County ordinance against nudity on the books, but it goes mostly unenforced at Playalinda. The only time authorities are called is if people are acting lewd, reckless, or endangering others. But those who are merely seeking a tan lines-free tan need not worry. Although, if you're going to go nude, it's best to have a cover-up handy just in case. Directions, Fees, and Hours From Interstate 95, take State Road 406 exit at Titusville. After crossing the Indian River, take a right fork onto State Road 402 and continue east to the beach. From Cocoa Beach, take Highway A1A north to State Road 528 and go west to State Road 3 and follow it north to State Road 402, then turn east (right) and proceed to the beach. Entrance to Cape Canaveral National Seashore is $10 per day per vehicle. There is a $1 walk-on fee per day. Hours for the Cape Canaveral National Seashore are 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.​ ​Facilities are limited to restrooms and a visitor center.
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Playalinda Beach
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Some come because it's a regular habit. Others come for the spectacle. Regardless of the reasoning, the secret is out—Playalinda Beach is one of Florida's most popular nude beaches. Playalinda is located within the Cape Canaveral National Seashore, right near the Kennedy Space Center. It's a federally owned beach known for its great surfing. Whether by word of mouth or force of habit, there is a remote stretch of the beach that is also well known as a nude beach. Of course, what better way is there to beat Florida's heat than to take it all off. Just don't forget to pack your sunblock. Location There are 13 parking areas along the four miles of beach. Each parking area has a restroom, but there are no shower areas. The fun begins at the north end of Lot 13, the last parking area. Beaches 1-12 are used for surfing, swimming, sunbathing, and fishing, and beach entrance 13 is the nude section of Playlinda. You may spot a random nude bather here and there at beach 11 or 12, but if you're looking to let it all hang out, just head straight to 13 and don't follow the random nude stragglers. The beach is hidden behind large dunes so you won't see any nude bathers from the parking lot. Fun in the (Nude) Sun Over a mile of sand, you will see naked people tanning areas that generally don't see the light of day. The crowd is generally mixed—including gay men, true naturists, and heterosexual couples—but for the most part an older hippie-type crowd. Although, it's a no-judgment zone, so anything goes. You pretty much have to go out of your way to be offended, but if such activities typically offend you, don't go. It's important to note that Florida law doesn't allow nudity in public places. There is a Brevard County ordinance against nudity on the books, but it goes mostly unenforced at Playalinda. The only time authorities are called is if people are acting lewd, reckless, or endangering others. But those who are merely seeking a tan lines-free tan need not worry. Although, if you're going to go nude, it's best to have a cover-up handy just in case. Directions, Fees, and Hours From Interstate 95, take State Road 406 exit at Titusville. After crossing the Indian River, take a right fork onto State Road 402 and continue east to the beach. From Cocoa Beach, take Highway A1A north to State Road 528 and go west to State Road 3 and follow it north to State Road 402, then turn east (right) and proceed to the beach. Entrance to Cape Canaveral National Seashore is $10 per day per vehicle. There is a $1 walk-on fee per day. Hours for the Cape Canaveral National Seashore are 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.​ ​Facilities are limited to restrooms and a visitor center.
Visited by over 170,000 people each year, the Ponce De Leon Inlet Light Station was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1998. The lighthouse tower and museum are located 10 miles south of Daytona Beach and are open to the public year round. The lighthouse is close to Orlando attractions, historic St. Augustine, and the Kennedy Space Center. The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in Florida and the second tallest masonry lighthouse in the country second only to the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Visitors can climb 203 steps to the top of the 175 foot tower and enjoy magnificent views of the World's Most Famous Beach, Ponce Inlet, and surrounding inland waterways from the lighthouse gallery deck. The Ponce De Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is located 10 miles south of Daytona Beach in the Town of Ponce Inlet. Situated on the north bank of Ponce Inlet where the Halifax and Indian Rivers flow into the Atlantic Ocean, the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is a must see for anyone interested in Florida, maritime, or local history. Please Note: The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is not located within Lighthouse Point Park. Admission to the Lighthouse Point Park does not include access to the Lighthouse or Museum. Hours of Operation and Admission Rates The Ponce De Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is open to the public seven days a week with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Normal Hours of operation are: Fall, Winter, and Summer Hours of Operation (Day after Labor Day to Day before Memorial Day) Open from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. (last admission at 5:00) Summer Hours of Operation (Memorial Day through Labor Day) Open from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. (last admission at 8:00) Daily Admission Rates: $6.95 for adults and $1.95 for children (11 & under). Infants (NB - 2) are admitted free of charge
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Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse & Museum
4931 South Peninsula Drive
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Visited by over 170,000 people each year, the Ponce De Leon Inlet Light Station was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1998. The lighthouse tower and museum are located 10 miles south of Daytona Beach and are open to the public year round. The lighthouse is close to Orlando attractions, historic St. Augustine, and the Kennedy Space Center. The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in Florida and the second tallest masonry lighthouse in the country second only to the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Visitors can climb 203 steps to the top of the 175 foot tower and enjoy magnificent views of the World's Most Famous Beach, Ponce Inlet, and surrounding inland waterways from the lighthouse gallery deck. The Ponce De Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is located 10 miles south of Daytona Beach in the Town of Ponce Inlet. Situated on the north bank of Ponce Inlet where the Halifax and Indian Rivers flow into the Atlantic Ocean, the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is a must see for anyone interested in Florida, maritime, or local history. Please Note: The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is not located within Lighthouse Point Park. Admission to the Lighthouse Point Park does not include access to the Lighthouse or Museum. Hours of Operation and Admission Rates The Ponce De Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is open to the public seven days a week with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Normal Hours of operation are: Fall, Winter, and Summer Hours of Operation (Day after Labor Day to Day before Memorial Day) Open from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. (last admission at 5:00) Summer Hours of Operation (Memorial Day through Labor Day) Open from 10:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. (last admission at 8:00) Daily Admission Rates: $6.95 for adults and $1.95 for children (11 & under). Infants (NB - 2) are admitted free of charge
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 RecProCoastal@volusia.org. 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.
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Ponce Inlet
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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 RecProCoastal@volusia.org. 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.
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Daytona International Speedway
1801 West International Speedway Boulevard
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New Smyrna Speedway is an asphalt track that is 0.50 of a mile in length, located near New Smyrna Beach, Florida, that races the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series every Saturday night. It also has a smaller track, known as "Little New Smyrna Speedway" in the infield. This track races Quarter midgets on Friday nights
New Smyrna Speedway
3939 Florida 44
New Smyrna Speedway is an asphalt track that is 0.50 of a mile in length, located near New Smyrna Beach, Florida, that races the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series every Saturday night. It also has a smaller track, known as "Little New Smyrna Speedway" in the infield. This track races Quarter midgets on Friday nights
Lots of shopping and restaurants in Daytona
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Tanger Outlets Daytona Beach
1100 Cornerstone Blvd
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Lots of shopping and restaurants in Daytona
Location: 250 H.H. Burch Road, Oak Hill Phone Number: 386-736-5953 Open daily: 24/7 Admission: Free Directions to park Brochure The unspoiled beauty of River Breeze Park offers visitors a glimpse back into the early, unhurried days of Florida’s history. Situated on the historic and fabled Indian River, the park is 35 acres with five acres directly on the river. The surrounding waters were once an abundant food source for the early Indian tribes, as evidenced by the shell middens (mounds of oyster and clam shells). After Florida’s settlement, the fertile shores became a thriving citrus grove, known to produce some of the best citrus products in the world. Today, River Breeze Park offers a panoramic view of nature’s splendor and provides an excellent vantage point for bird watching. Reward yourself with an excursion into a scenic balance between people and nature. Bring your picnic lunch, fishing rod or camera. It will be quality time, well spent, for the entire family. Park features Fishing is allowed only on the fishing pier. Shoreline areas are environmentally protected. All saltwater fishing regulations apply. Playground Personal watercraft information River Breeze Park has a free boat launch. Please do not rev your engine or stop in areas where vegetation or wildlife may be disturbed. Do not overfill your fuel tank or spill fuel in the water. Excessive boat wakes may contribute to shoreline erosion.
River Breeze
250 H H Burch Rd
Location: 250 H.H. Burch Road, Oak Hill Phone Number: 386-736-5953 Open daily: 24/7 Admission: Free Directions to park Brochure The unspoiled beauty of River Breeze Park offers visitors a glimpse back into the early, unhurried days of Florida’s history. Situated on the historic and fabled Indian River, the park is 35 acres with five acres directly on the river. The surrounding waters were once an abundant food source for the early Indian tribes, as evidenced by the shell middens (mounds of oyster and clam shells). After Florida’s settlement, the fertile shores became a thriving citrus grove, known to produce some of the best citrus products in the world. Today, River Breeze Park offers a panoramic view of nature’s splendor and provides an excellent vantage point for bird watching. Reward yourself with an excursion into a scenic balance between people and nature. Bring your picnic lunch, fishing rod or camera. It will be quality time, well spent, for the entire family. Park features Fishing is allowed only on the fishing pier. Shoreline areas are environmentally protected. All saltwater fishing regulations apply. Playground Personal watercraft information River Breeze Park has a free boat launch. Please do not rev your engine or stop in areas where vegetation or wildlife may be disturbed. Do not overfill your fuel tank or spill fuel in the water. Excessive boat wakes may contribute to shoreline erosion.
One of my favorite parks to just sit and people watch
Riverside Park
299 S Riverside Dr
One of my favorite parks to just sit and people watch
George Kennedy Memorial Park (City of Edgewater) Location: 103 N. Riverside Drive, Edgewater, FL 32132 Phone: 386.424.2485 Hours: Sunrise to sunset Admission: Free Website Just across the road from Edgewater's City Hall lies a public site offering chances to see and use the Indian River. George Kennedy Park features boat-launching ramps, a fishing pier, pavilions and picnic tables. Facilities include: Limited parking spaces Restrooms Picnic area Boat ramp Fishing pier
Kennedy Park
George Kennedy Memorial Park (City of Edgewater) Location: 103 N. Riverside Drive, Edgewater, FL 32132 Phone: 386.424.2485 Hours: Sunrise to sunset Admission: Free Website Just across the road from Edgewater's City Hall lies a public site offering chances to see and use the Indian River. George Kennedy Park features boat-launching ramps, a fishing pier, pavilions and picnic tables. Facilities include: Limited parking spaces Restrooms Picnic area Boat ramp Fishing pier
Menard-May is a city-run park located on S. Riverside Drive in Edgewater, FL offering general facilities and access to the Indian River. Amenities for the park include playground equipment, a volleyball court, pavilion, picnic tables, grills, fishing pier and primitive boat launch. This park has restrooms. Open from sunrise to sunset. The city of Edgewater is considered a Blueway Community, and Menard-May Park is a popular launch spot for many of the Edgewater paddling trails. 413 South Riverside Drive, Edgewater, FL 386-424-2485
Menard-May Park
Menard-May is a city-run park located on S. Riverside Drive in Edgewater, FL offering general facilities and access to the Indian River. Amenities for the park include playground equipment, a volleyball court, pavilion, picnic tables, grills, fishing pier and primitive boat launch. This park has restrooms. Open from sunrise to sunset. The city of Edgewater is considered a Blueway Community, and Menard-May Park is a popular launch spot for many of the Edgewater paddling trails. 413 South Riverside Drive, Edgewater, FL 386-424-2485
Location: 2995 N. Peninsula Ave., New Smyrna Beach Open daily: Sunrise to sunset Admission: $10 per vehicle. $20 annual inlet parks pass. Perched on 73 acres of pristine land at the northern tip of the New Smyrna Beach peninsula, the area is surrounded by water on three sides. Waters from the Indian River flow through Ponce Inlet and into the Atlantic Ocean providing a variety of fishing or swimming venues for park goers. The park also provides a unique opportunity for naturalists, ecologists, students and the general public to see a wide variety of animals, birds, reptiles, marine life and vegetation in their natural habitat. The surrounding waters provide excellent fishing, boating and swimming opportunities. The park consists of five ecosystems (ocean, river, dunes, scrub zone, saltwater marsh). The principal system is vast sand dunes. To protect the sensitive sand dunes from foot traffic, two miles of elevated walkways, picnic areas, pavilions and an observation tower were built, allowing visitors to travel through the park in a natural environment. Smyrna Dunes Park is one of a few county parks where man’s best friend may enjoy the amenities. However, pets must be leashed at all times. Grills will only be available at the main pavilion. Grilling is prohibited at any other location throughout the park. Park features Dune walkover (1.5 miles long) Educational programs (call park manager for more information) Fishing Nature trails Observation tower Parking Pavilions Picnic tables Restrooms Riverside fishing pier (350 feet long, ADA accessible) Swimming Fishing Fishing is allowed throughout the park. Please remember bathers have the right of way. All saltwater fishing regulations apply. Swimming Never swim alone. No lifeguards are on duty. Swim at your own risk. Directions: From the west: Take the North or South Causeway east. Proceed north on Peninsula Drive for two to three miles. From the south: Take S.R. A1A north to Flagler Avenue and turn left. Turn right on Peninsula Avenue and go north two miles.
Smyrna Dunes Park
Location: 2995 N. Peninsula Ave., New Smyrna Beach Open daily: Sunrise to sunset Admission: $10 per vehicle. $20 annual inlet parks pass. Perched on 73 acres of pristine land at the northern tip of the New Smyrna Beach peninsula, the area is surrounded by water on three sides. Waters from the Indian River flow through Ponce Inlet and into the Atlantic Ocean providing a variety of fishing or swimming venues for park goers. The park also provides a unique opportunity for naturalists, ecologists, students and the general public to see a wide variety of animals, birds, reptiles, marine life and vegetation in their natural habitat. The surrounding waters provide excellent fishing, boating and swimming opportunities. The park consists of five ecosystems (ocean, river, dunes, scrub zone, saltwater marsh). The principal system is vast sand dunes. To protect the sensitive sand dunes from foot traffic, two miles of elevated walkways, picnic areas, pavilions and an observation tower were built, allowing visitors to travel through the park in a natural environment. Smyrna Dunes Park is one of a few county parks where man’s best friend may enjoy the amenities. However, pets must be leashed at all times. Grills will only be available at the main pavilion. Grilling is prohibited at any other location throughout the park. Park features Dune walkover (1.5 miles long) Educational programs (call park manager for more information) Fishing Nature trails Observation tower Parking Pavilions Picnic tables Restrooms Riverside fishing pier (350 feet long, ADA accessible) Swimming Fishing Fishing is allowed throughout the park. Please remember bathers have the right of way. All saltwater fishing regulations apply. Swimming Never swim alone. No lifeguards are on duty. Swim at your own risk. Directions: From the west: Take the North or South Causeway east. Proceed north on Peninsula Drive for two to three miles. From the south: Take S.R. A1A north to Flagler Avenue and turn left. Turn right on Peninsula Avenue and go north two miles.
Location: 6656 S. Atlantic Ave., New Smyrna Beach Nestled on six acres between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean, this quiet spot south of New Smyrna Beach features a boardwalk on the ocean side and a fishing pier on the river side -- where visitors often catch a glimpse of manatees. Amenities abound, with beach access for swimmers, basketball and tennis courts for the athletes, and public restrooms and outdoor showers complimenting the over-all setting. The children’s playground is near the pavilion, barbecue grills, picnic tables and restrooms. Amenities ADA beach accessible ramp Basketball court Boardwalk Canoe launch/boat ramp Community building Fishing dock Pavilion Picnic areas Playground Restrooms Swimming Tennis/pickleball courts Volleyball Unfortunately due to storm damage repairs, park seawall and parking area improvements, some amenities may not be accessible. Obstructed views of the ocean from the pavilions. Reduced beach access parking Parking at the edge of the beach is convenient for visitors who enjoy the sand and surf.
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Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park
6656 S Atlantic Ave
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Location: 6656 S. Atlantic Ave., New Smyrna Beach Nestled on six acres between the Indian River and the Atlantic Ocean, this quiet spot south of New Smyrna Beach features a boardwalk on the ocean side and a fishing pier on the river side -- where visitors often catch a glimpse of manatees. Amenities abound, with beach access for swimmers, basketball and tennis courts for the athletes, and public restrooms and outdoor showers complimenting the over-all setting. The children’s playground is near the pavilion, barbecue grills, picnic tables and restrooms. Amenities ADA beach accessible ramp Basketball court Boardwalk Canoe launch/boat ramp Community building Fishing dock Pavilion Picnic areas Playground Restrooms Swimming Tennis/pickleball courts Volleyball Unfortunately due to storm damage repairs, park seawall and parking area improvements, some amenities may not be accessible. Obstructed views of the ocean from the pavilions. Reduced beach access parking Parking at the edge of the beach is convenient for visitors who enjoy the sand and surf.
Catch a sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean from 27th Avenue Beachfront Park. Amenities at the 3.4-acre park include a boardwalk, basketball and racquetball courts, picnic area and pavilion, fishing and swimming on the beach, restrooms and a children's playground. The oceanfront park is at the intersection of 27th Avenue and A1A/Atlantic Avenue on New Smyrna Beach's south beach area. There is a $20 parking fee from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Parking is free for Volusia County residents with a City of New Smyrna Beach Parking Pass, which you can apply for here. Overnight parking not permitted. 3701 S Atlantic Avenue, New Smyrna, FL 386-424-2175
27th Avenue Beachfront Park
3701 South Atlantic Avenue
Catch a sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean from 27th Avenue Beachfront Park. Amenities at the 3.4-acre park include a boardwalk, basketball and racquetball courts, picnic area and pavilion, fishing and swimming on the beach, restrooms and a children's playground. The oceanfront park is at the intersection of 27th Avenue and A1A/Atlantic Avenue on New Smyrna Beach's south beach area. There is a $20 parking fee from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Parking is free for Volusia County residents with a City of New Smyrna Beach Parking Pass, which you can apply for here. Overnight parking not permitted. 3701 S Atlantic Avenue, New Smyrna, FL 386-424-2175
At The Hub on Canal our mission is to create community by fostering art, education, and a broad range of creative opportunities. ... The Hub on Canal brings the community together through events and extends the arts to the underserved through scholarship programs, mentoring, and art and music classes and workshops. Walk through and have lunch at one of the many Canal Street eateries. https://thehuboncanal.org
The Hub
132 Canal St
At The Hub on Canal our mission is to create community by fostering art, education, and a broad range of creative opportunities. ... The Hub on Canal brings the community together through events and extends the arts to the underserved through scholarship programs, mentoring, and art and music classes and workshops. Walk through and have lunch at one of the many Canal Street eateries. https://thehuboncanal.org
Lots of Shopping and Restaurants. Walk (or drive) to the beach.
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Flagler Avenue
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Lots of Shopping and Restaurants. Walk (or drive) to the beach.
On the Mainland, lots of restaurants and shops. Always something going on on the weekends.
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Canal Street
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On the Mainland, lots of restaurants and shops. Always something going on on the weekends.
Farmer's Markets and Grocery Stores
If you want to do some grocery shopping while in town.
New Smyrna Beach Farmers Market 210 Sams Ave,New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168 Welcome to New Smyrna Beach Farmers' Market, a faithful mainstay of the City since 1991. The goal of the the Market is NOT to create a place where you can buy food. The goal is to create a place where, whenever possible, you can buy food from the person that grew, caught, made, collected or otherwise fostered its creation. Purchasing your food and crafts locally ensures that you are getting the freshest, healthiest and tastiest foods while supporting local jobs, increasing local spending and promoting the region’s strong farming tradition. Every Saturday rain or shine: Hours: 7am until 12:30pm. 210 Sams Ave New Smyrna Beach (between City Hall and Old Fort Park)
New Smyrna Beach Farmers' Market
210 Sams Avenue
New Smyrna Beach Farmers Market 210 Sams Ave,New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168 Welcome to New Smyrna Beach Farmers' Market, a faithful mainstay of the City since 1991. The goal of the the Market is NOT to create a place where you can buy food. The goal is to create a place where, whenever possible, you can buy food from the person that grew, caught, made, collected or otherwise fostered its creation. Purchasing your food and crafts locally ensures that you are getting the freshest, healthiest and tastiest foods while supporting local jobs, increasing local spending and promoting the region’s strong farming tradition. Every Saturday rain or shine: Hours: 7am until 12:30pm. 210 Sams Ave New Smyrna Beach (between City Hall and Old Fort Park)
There is also a Farmer's Market at Norwoods Meet the local Farmers, The Swiss Baker, various Growers of Edible and Ornamental Plants, Fresh Roasted Organic Coffe, Jams, Homade Organic Soaps and much more or just relax at Norwood's Tropical outdoor Deck and enjoy Food and Drink while watching all the Market activities. Every Saturday 8AM - 12:00 PM In front of Norwood's Restaurant 400 East 2nd Ave. New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 561-914-3002 abswiss48@gmail.com
New Smyrna Beach Farmers' Market
210 Sams Avenue
There is also a Farmer's Market at Norwoods Meet the local Farmers, The Swiss Baker, various Growers of Edible and Ornamental Plants, Fresh Roasted Organic Coffe, Jams, Homade Organic Soaps and much more or just relax at Norwood's Tropical outdoor Deck and enjoy Food and Drink while watching all the Market activities. Every Saturday 8AM - 12:00 PM In front of Norwood's Restaurant 400 East 2nd Ave. New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 561-914-3002 abswiss48@gmail.com
great selection of produce and organic meats
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Publix Super Market at Indian River Village Shopping Center
709 East 3rd Avenue
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great selection of produce and organic meats
Surprisingly good selection of basics
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Dollar General Market
4190 South Atlantic Avenue
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Surprisingly good selection of basics
Cool store with a large selection of health food items...also make sandwiches in the back.
Heath's Natural Foods Inc
600 East 3rd Avenue
Cool store with a large selection of health food items...also make sandwiches in the back.