Had very nice lunch, listened to the live music, had very good service. And the largest onion rings I ever seen. lots of fun.
Regardless of whether you are a fan of lighthouses or not, this is definitely a location you should visit while in the Daytona Beach area. The southernmost tip of the peninsula where the lighthouse soars into the sky is a Meticulously kept garden-like setting. Shade trees, playground and picnic tables adore the lighthouse grounds. The views from atop of Florida's... More
The Ponce Inlet lighthouse and museum is a beautiful and historic setting. Also has picnic area and pretty good restaurant across the parking lot.
IF the answer is yes, then get there early, and be ready for a fun filled day, I went a few years ago, and right from the start it was a go-go-go kind of day. The name of the boat we were on escapes me at the minute, but there are many and all very capable of showing you an... More
The Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and museum has several buildings and took us 3 hours. We could have stayed longer if we read everything, which we didn't. Great Fresnel light exhibit and lots about the history of the area, including beach racing in the early days. This is the second tallest lighthouse in the country. Quite a view from the top.... More
While it's much farther from the hotels and boardwalk, Ponce Inlet is cleaner, quieter, and safer than its neighbor to the north. The pier is a nice feature and the park behind the beach is really nice.
I love coming here year after year. Beautiful, natural, and relaxing atmosphere. The Inlet Harbour cannot be missed, as well as the lighthouse. You cannot go wrong touring all the areas. Take your time, relax, and enjoy a day here.
This was a clean, well maintained area. We did not walk up to the top of the lighthouse but enjoyed the surroundings and gift shop.
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