County Parks and City Parks in Volusia County Florida

National Parks
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State Parks
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Volusia County, Florida




Volusia County, Florida ~ National and State Parks

 


 

 

 

Cape Canaveral National Seashore Northern Access
national seashore cape canaveral sign Closest intersection is;
   Turtlemound Road and Trout Avenue
   Bethune, FL 32169
Entrance is 1/4 mile south on Turtlemound Road from above intersection.

GPS 28° 56'12.47" N    80° 49'49.04" W
( Gate at north entrance to park)

NOAA Daytona Beach Shores 8721120

Turtle Shores inside the park. Beach accesses,
Boat ramp information.

beach accesses at cape canaveral national seashoresurf fishing appollo beachfishing piers on lagoon side
modern boat launch near northern entrancehand launch at various places into mosquito lagoonrestrooms at beach parking areas

 

 

North Peninsula State Parknorth peninsula state park

Flagler County address, but park is actually in Volusia County
State Road A1A North
Flagler Beach, FL 32136

GPS 29° 24'32.95" N    81° 05'57.06" W
( Parking area off High Bridge Road )

GPS 29° 24'38.70" N    81° 05'41,81" W
( Parking area off A1A at beach )

Hours:
8:00am - Sunset
Fees:
None
2 miles of beaches, Beaches, Surf fishing, Swimming, Picnicking, Scrub Jays, Indigo snakes and Gopher tortoises.north peninsula state park

 

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north peninsula state park
weather near North Peninsula State Park Florida

 

beaches flagler countypicnic areasurf fishingbird watching at beach
swimmingfly a kite in Floridarestrooms

 


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Ponce Preserve ~ Green Mound Archeological State Park
green mound trails 4400 Block of South Atlantic and South Peninsula Drive
2.6 miles north of the lighthouse on South Peninsula Drive

GPS 29° 06'49.24" N    80° 56'58.04" W
( Entrance off South Peninsula Drive )

GPS 29° 06'59.02" N    80° 56'55.70" W
( Entrance to small parking area on beach side
2 Hanicapped, 2 regular)

Launch canoes and kayaks, 41 acres, ancient Indian midden ( shell mound ), restrooms, Halifax River, Nature theme playgrounds, Great Florida Birding Trail. Boardwalk is 1700 feet in length out to the furthests covered gazebo.

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Tomoka State Park
tomoka state park 299 North Beach Street
Ormond Beach, FL 32174

GPS 29° 20'23.24" N    81° 04'60.00" W
( Entrance )

1-386-676-4050

Hours:
8:00am till Sundown

Fees:
$5.00 per vehicle
$4.00 single occupant vehicle
$2.00 pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers

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weather near Tomoka State Park Florida

 

Boat ramp, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, picnics, restrooms, scenic, wildlife.

Idle speed zones are strictly enforced to protect the Manatees.

Canoeists should be careful of not venturing out into Tomoka Basin as it may become very choppy when the winds rise.

Fish species include; red drum, black drum, sheepshead, spotted sea trout, common snook, and tarpon.

Great bird watching here.

boat launchcanoeing at tomokafish at tomoka state parkhand launch kayak or canoe
kayaking at tomoka state parkcamping at tomokawildlife at tomoka state parkrestrooms

 

sunset tomoka river state park ormond beach canoeing kayaking tomoka state park fl

 

primitive camping tomoka river state park ormond beach wildlife viewing at tomoka park fl

 

TOMOKA STATE PARK MAP map of tomoka state park

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Useful Links

Florida Saltwater Fishing RegulationsSafe Handling of Self Caught Seafood
Tides in Volusia CountySaltwater Fish Species of Florida
Videos of Fishing KnotsSeafood Recipes
Fishing Chart Daytona Beach Area
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National and State Parks for saltwater fishing in Volusia County Florida  
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Areas in Volusia County Florida include; Daytona, Ormond by the Sea, Ormond Beach, Holly Hill, Daytona Beach, Daytona Beach Shores, Port Orange, Ponce Inlet, New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, Deltona, Osteen, DeLand and Orange City.
Bodies of brackish and saltwater in Volusia County Florida include; Atlantic Ocean, Big Cove, Big Snapper Cut, Blind Spruce Creek, Botheration Creek, Bottle Island Creek, Browns Bay, Bulow Creek, Callalisa Creek, Canal Bradano, Canal Calore, Cedar Creek, Cook Creek, Dead End Creek, Elwinder Creek, Fox Slip, Gaines Slough, Halifax Canal, Halifax Creek, Halifax River, Hunter Creek, Indian River North, Inlet Creek, Intracoastal Waterway, Little Snapper Cut, Live Oak Creek, Lost Creek, Mill Creek, Mosquito Lagoon, Murray Creek, Orange Island Creek, Ponce de Leon Cut, Potts Creek, Rockhouse Creek, Rose Bay, Sheephead Cut, Shipyard Canal, Slippery Creek, Smyrna Creek, Snake Creek, Spruce Creek, Strickland Creek, Ten Mile Creek, Thompsons Creek, Tomoka Basin, Tomoka River, Turnbull Bay, Turnbull Creek, Turner Flats, Webster Creek and Wilbur Bay.

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