Top Ten Reasons To Buy A Daytona Beach Shores Condo - Reason 6
For such a small area, Daytona Beach Shores sure knows how to pack in the best of natural beauty and recreational facilities in its many local parks. Below is a list and description of the amenities found at some of these well-maintained, modern parks in Daytona Beach Shores.
McElroy Park - This park has a new, modern playground that mirrors buildings of the Daytona Beach Shores City Hall. Here you will find safe sidewalk areas for walking and biking as well as renovated restroom facilities and parking area.
Frank Rendon Park - This park located beachside is a great area for picnics and to bring children and grandchildren. The park has picnic tables, outdoor showers, a playground and a wooden beach walkway that overlooks the Atlantic coastline. This park has plenty of parking and is wheelchair accessible.
Max Samuely Park & Court of Flags- Located just to the North of the Senior Center, this garden-type park is well-manicured and offers pristine walking areas and a beautiful gazebo for relaxation. Also in this park is the Daytona Beach Shores “walk of fame” honoring the racing heritage of the area. The Court of Flags located in this park displays the American flag as well as the flags of several nations representing the diversity of the Daytona Beach Shores residents. Sunset Park - This small park is a local gem for those looking for beautiful views of the intracoastal waterway. The park, which is considered “foot traffic” only, is an ideal fit for those living in the quaint perimeter of Daytona Beach Shores.
Fornari Park - Another great beachfront park, Fornari Park has beach access, a playground and picnic areas to accommodate residents in their pursuit of recreation or relaxation. Beachcomber Park - This park offers large off-beach parking areas, modern playground and fitness equipment and a gazebo. Though this park does not have restroom facilities, it is still an appealing and convenient choice for those looking for some outdoor exercise.