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All reviews light house daytona beach gift shop climb the stairs beautiful place to visit marine science center lots of history dog beach couple of hours beautiful beach inlet lenses picnic leash boardwalk pelicans fishing
A relative bargain in today's world to spend a couple of hours, see & experience some history and find out about Daytona Beach.
You can spend a bit of time there especially if you walk up the lighthouse where the view is outstanding.
My dog and I visited on a recent weekday morning. Beautiful beach, dogs are allowed only on the beach on the inlet side and not the ocean side. This beach is smaller than the one on the other side of Ponce Inlet (Smyrna Dunes) but...More
We went to the park to do some snorkeling. The water was a bit shallow but not to bad. The beach was a doggy beach with several dogs having a blast which is nice to see since most beaches in Florida are pet free.
We walked from the road to the east and around the inlet side, out on to the peer and then over to the bathrooms and all the way round to the bay area. Dogs everywhere and not all on leashes either, which surprised me. My...More
It's a bit confusing when you get to the sourtern-most tip of the island as to where the light house is - and whether it's in the park. (It's not!) Go straight and pay the daily parking fee to go into the park - and...More
My husband and I decided to go see the lighthouse while we were on vaca it was beautiful but if you have any kind of anxiety about heights or small spaces do not attempt I didn't think I would ever get back down but while...More
Needed a place where our dog could swim and stretch her legs. Point Park was the perfect spot. The dogs have their own area on the inlet side to run, swim and play. They have trails throughout the park they can walk on (leashed) ....More