Cruisin’ Downtown DeLand

Daytona Beach Shores

On the 3rd Saturday of every month, come rain or shine, you can find the Cruisin’ Downtown DeLand Classic Car Show, less than 30 minutes west of Daytona Beach. This Main Street community strives to protect the area’s heritage while maintaining a lively center of shops, restaurants, cafes and galleries. During the monthly car show, various special events, music and family fun add to the display of classic cars. For all of the latest events and more information, visit their website here.


Bike Week!

Daytona Beach Shores

It’s almost here: Bike Week in Daytona! Between March 9th and 18th, there are lots of events happening around town, celebrating the 77th year of Bike Week. Here are a few resources if you’ll be visiting during this time:

Happy travels!


Adventures in Daytona

It’s almost time for the Daytona 500! If you’ll be visiting us during the next month or two, check out these events:

  • Rolex 24 at the Daytona International Speedway (January 27th-28th): This endurance sports car classic has attracted racing legends since 1962. From sunrise to sunset to sunrise again, this twice-around-the-clock marathon is intense!
  • Historic North Turn Legends Beach Parade (February 10th): This free event is held in honor of Daytona’s historic beach racing days. Vintage race cars from 1948-1958 will parade down the beach beginning at 10:30 a.m.
  • And the big one… Daytona 500! (February 18th): This year, the Daytona 500 celebrates its 60th running! This event usually sells out, so make your plans now.

Another popular choice? Hanging at our beachside pool while grilling on the BBQs and then catching some shade under our beautiful tiki huts… enjoy!


Update on Our Daytona Resort After Hurricane Irma

We’re thrilled to announce that, in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, our Daytona Beach resort suffered minimal damage and is up and running! Our devoted staff worked tirelessly to clear the debris. The pool is open, the tiki huts survived the storm and the beach is almost back to normal.

In addition, most restaurants are open or in the process of re-opening, as are most major attractions (such as the Boardwalk, Ocean Walk Shoppes, downtown Daytona shops, the Daytona International Speedway and the Daytona Lagoon indoor amusements). Grocery stores are open, and although some debris remains on the roads, it isn’t impeding traffic.

Here are a few pictures from the storm, but rest assured that our wonderful staff has ensured that your upcoming travel plans will proceed smoothly!