Daytona Beach

Traveling with Family
You can visit the Angell and Phelps Chocolate Factory, play some miniature golf at Congo River Adventure Golf, take a tour with Haunts of the World's Most Famous Beach Ghost Tours, or check out Main Street Pier Fishing! Daytona is also host to nesting green sea turtles. From May 15th through October 31st you can witness this magical event!


Romantic Getaway
Daytona Beach has a lot to offer you as well. You can have a wedding at the races, a historical building, or even while sailing! Visit one of the many local spas, museums, or galleries.


Just for Fun
Daytona has wonderful golf courses. Check out various water sport rentals, and spend a day in the sun. Then take a night out on the town! We know you'll love Daytona Beach the moment you arrive.


Dining

D.J.'s Deck Seafood & Raw Bar
79 E. Dunlawton Avenue | 386-760-2277
 Daytona, FL Dining
Enjoy fresh seafood, grilled and fried, in a casual, waterfront atmosphere in Port Orange, Florida. DJ's Deckis a family-owned-and-operated seafood restaurant under the Dunlawton Bridge, on the northeast side. We are located on our Marina about two blocks from the ocean. Our guests can enjoy lunch or dinner inside or outdoors underneath our tiki huts over looking the beautiful Intercoastal Waterway. Come, sit back and relax while enjoying the river views and beautiful sunsets.


Charlie Horse Restaurant
810 S. Atlantic Avenue | 386-672-4347
 Daytona, FL Dining
Family Owned and Operated, the Charlie Horse has been a locals favorite in Ormond Beach for over 25 years. We proudly serve only the finest Charbroiled Steaks, Fresh Seafood, Hot Wings, Baby Back Ribs and Ice Cold Beer. Voted "Best Around" and Winner of the Daytona Beach News Journal™, "Readers Choice Award" 7 Years in a Row!


Down The Hatch Seafood Company
4894 Front Street | 386-761-4831
 Daytona, FL Dining
Timmons Fish Camp was converted to a fresh fish market and a small grocery store serving the locals and restaurants with fresh fish. This was the original Down The Hatch pub located next to the fish market, currently our inside bar area. In 1977 the over the water dining room was constructed and the pub became Down the Hatch Seafood Restaurant. Captain Frank Timmons and his family developed his parents original "Timmons Landing of the 40's into the present day Down the Hatch Restaurant and Sea Love Marina and Boat Works.


Attractions

Daytona 500 Experience
 Daytona beach, FL
The Daytona International Speedway is a versatile 480-acre motorsports facility that is home to the biggest, richest and most prestigious stock car race in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series- the DAYTONA 500. The track offers three separate tours that take race fans inside the hallowed grounds of NASCAR's marquee race track. Daytona USA celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2006 by adding the Daytona 500 Champion's Walk of Fame to the walkway in front of the building.


Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory
 Daytona beach, FL
In 1995, the owners decided to buy the old Dunn Brothers Hardware/Toy store building on Beach Street and move the factory back downtown. The city was getting ready to put in a multimillion-dollar streetscape to help revitalize the downtown and the timing seemed right to make a change. They configured the factory with a viewing hallway so we could market the chocolate factory as a tourist attraction for the millions of visitors that come to the area ever year. It has been very popular with tourists and locals alike. Many travel writers throughout the world have written about them. In 2004, Southern Living Magazine named Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory one of the "Best Food Finds!"


Dummett Sugar Mill Ruins
 Daytona beach, FL
Once a flourishing industry, Florida's sugar plantations greatly suffered during the territory's 1783 re-acquisition by Spain, the subsequent 1821 ceding to the U.S., and the onset of the Industrial Revolution. The seven-year Seminole Indian War, beginning in 1835, was the final blow to the industry when most of the area's mills were destroyed. Visitors can now find remnants of the industry throughout the area at various ruins sites. Located on the former Dummett Plantation, the Dummett Sugar Mill Ruins offer visitors a fascinating glimpse of history and insight into what is believed to be the first steam-powered sugar mill in Florida.




Host Resort

Touring the Resort Property
 Daytona beach, FL
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Directions

All guests traveling on vacation packages to Daytona, FL through VacationPlay.com will check-in through the Florida Beach Destinations Welcome Center.

The Welcome Center
162 South Peninsula Drive
Daytona Beach, FL 32118
(386) 677-4009
Check In Time is 9:00AM to 3:00PM

Hotel Check In Begins at 4:00 PM

If you will be arriving after 3:00PM you must call the Welcome Center, on the day of your arrival, to arrange for late check in. We have guaranteed your arrival until 3:00PM, after which, if there is no notification, the reservation is cancelled. Late Arrivals cannot be taken prior to your arrival day.



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Please check in with Florida Beach Destinations to receive your accommodation and tour vouchers. Please call in advance if you anticipate arriving after check-in hours.

Florida Beach Destinations
162 South Peninsula Drive
Daytona Beach, FL 32118
Phone: 386-677-4009
Hours: 10am to 3pm, 7 days a week