The small seaside town of Ormond Beach is nestled in a scenic area on Florida’s beautiful Atlantic Coast. Originally settled by millionaire John D. Rockefeller, the town attracted leading industrialists escaping harsh northern winters. The former Rockefeller winter home, the Casements, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and now welcomes visitors to the mansion and grounds.
Beautiful Sandy Beaches
Just after the turn of the century in 1902, Ormond Beach became famous as the “birthplace of speed” because of the automobile races that took place on the beach near the ocean.
Manatee Taking A Peek!
Today, visitors can walk along the charming main street where festivals and events are planned throughout the year, including Riverfest and the Celtic Festival. Pristine parkland and outdoor activities are minutes away at nearby Bulow Creek and Tomoka State Parks.
Evening Fishing Along The Halifax River.
The famous Ormond Loop winds through diverse natural scenery along the ocean and the Halifax River, offering views of barrier island dunes. Stop off at museums and historic public buildings or relax on beautiful white sandy beaches.
Plenty Of Outdoor Activities For Young And Old Alike!
Residents of Ormond Beach enjoy a small-town atmosphere within easy reach of all the excitement of Daytona right next door.
Birthplace Of Speed In The Early 1900s!
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