Start Planning: Fall Adventures in Daytona

Daytona Beach Shores

Starting to plan your fall adventures? Here are a few of our favorite activities in Daytona:

What are you favorite activities in the Daytona Beach area?

Announcing 2021 Stretch Weeks!

One of the best ways to use a Perennial Vacation Club membership is by traveling during Stretch Weeks. During these weeks, you can stretch your week 3 extra days, at no extra cost! Dreaming about your 2021 travels? These are the weeks to keep in mind:

Bandera Bonanza:  January 2 – February 27 (weeks 1-9)

Tahoe Spring Fling:  April 17 – May 8 (weeks 16-19)

Daytona Delight:  September 11 – October 2 (weeks 37-40)

*Stretch weeks are only offered to Perennial Vacation Club members. Interested in joining the fun? Find more information about the club here.

Summer in Daytona

Daytona Beach Shores

Looking ahead to warm summer days? If you’ll be visiting Daytona, here are a few of our favorite summer events:

  • Cinco de Mayo Celebration on Flagler Avenue! It’s located on the New Smyrna Beach, just 20 minutes south of the Perennial Vacation Club resort.
  • Daytona Tortugas baseball season! Head over to Jackie Robinson baseball field — after the games, kids are allowed to run the bases! Find the game schedule here.
  • Visit the Ponce De Leon Inlet Light Station and climb to the top of Florida’s tallest lighthouse. The views are spectacular!
  • Over on the boardwalk, enjoy the Daytona Beach Bandshell Concerts, running May through September Friday and Saturday nights. Here you can find Beatles, Billy Joel and Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute bands, just to name a few! Find the schedule here.

How do you like to enjoy summer in Daytona?

The Fountain of Youth (and Pancakes)!

Hiking at De Leon Springs

Looking for a unique breakfast experience, wildlife, boating and history? Not far from Daytona Beach Shores is De Leon Springs State Park, the area where legend says that Ponce de Leon discovered the Fountain of Youth. Start your visit with breakfast at the Old Spanish Sugar Mill Grill and Griddle House. Every table is equipped with a griddle; order a pitcher of homemade batter and cook your own pancakes. Then rent a paddle boat, canoe, kayak or tube, and float through over 1,000 acres of lakes, streams and canals. There are also historical and ecological tours. It’s easy to plan an entire day around this beautiful and fascinating area.

Happy travels!