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the thunderous roar of a racecar engine, the thunderous
roar of thousands of motorcycles or the thunderous roar
of numerous college students on Spring Break. If you
hear any or all of the above, you are probably in Daytona
Whatever reason that you decide to visit bright and
sunny Daytona Beach, you can rest assured that you will
always have something to do. Even if Bike Week or Spring
Break is something that you do not want to do, there
are many other attractions to see in Daytona Beach,
such as the Daytona Beach Pier.
More Daytona attractions that an
Daytona Car Rental would make easier to visit include:
Halifax Historical Museum, Ocean Walk Village, Grand
Haven Golf Club, Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory,
Jackie Robinson Ballpark and Statue, Air Florida Helicopters,
Sunny Daze & Starry Nites Cruises, Speed Zone, Cypress
Knoll Golf Club, Ocean Palm Golf Course, DeBary Golf
and Country club, Indigo Lakes golf club, Spruce Creek
Country club, Hidden Lakes golf Course, and the River
Bend Golf Club.
There is nothing quite like a visit to Daytona Beach, FL.
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Daytona International Speedway is a super speedway in
Daytona Beach, Florida. It is a 2.5 mile (4 km) tri-oval
race track facility with a seating capacity of 168,000 spectators.
It hosts races of motor vehicles of various kinds, including
go-karts, dirt bikes, motorcycles, sports cars, pickup trucks,
and stock cars.
Leon Inlet Lighthouse
Visited by over 100,000 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 12 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
Jackie Robinson Ballpark
This is a must visit for anyone who is a
baseball fan. The ballpark is dedicated to the Jackie Robinson,
who broke the color barrier in 1947, to become a member
of the Hall of Fame for the Brooklyn Dodgers. The stadium
is the first park to host a racially integrated spring training.
When Jackie Robinson made it to the big leagues, he tore
down the wall of segregation in major league baseball.
For an extreme and glorious look at the beautiful Daytona
Beach coastline, climb into a helicopter and get a view
that only the birds have. When you go up and over Daytona
with Air Florida Helicopters, you will have a memorable
and exhilarating look at this gorgeous city. Once you take
part in this fantastic experience, you will never look at
Daytona Beach on the ground the same.
Since 1949, the Halifax Historical Museum has been dedicated
to the historical preservation of the Halifax River and
its surrounding areas. A visit to the museum will give you
an educational and alluring look into what made this area
of Florida what it is today. The Halifax Historical Museum
is located in the heart of the historical downtown district
of Daytona and nestled in the old Merchant's Bank Building.
With many different and interesting collections and exhibits,
you will certainly enjoy a trip to the Halifax Historical
After a day at the Daytona International Speedway,
put it in high gear and head across the street to get a
hands on feel at the Speed Zone. The Speed Zone is a large
go-cart track where you can go head to head with other speedsters,
you can head over to the drag strip and get behind the wheel
of an incredibly fast dragster to really get you adrenalin
flowing, or you can jump on some fast moving roller coasters
that will leave your head spinning. Next time you are visiting
Daytona Beach, be sure to pop into the Speed Zone.