Hilton Cocoa Beach Oceanfront
This contemporary beachfront hotel is 17.5 miles to Brevard Zoo and 18 miles to the Kennedy Space Center. All rooms (some with coast views) offer sophisticated decor and custom-designed beds, plus minifridges, flat-screen TVs and WiFi (fee). Suites add separate living areas and pull-out sofas. Amenities include a seafood restaurant, a lounge, a 24/7 fitness center, beach volleyball courts and an oceanside deck with a heated outdoor pool, a tiki bar and a fire pit. Business facilities include a business center and over 10,000 sq ft of meeting space. Surfing lessons are also available, plus bike and boogie board rentals.
Discovery Beach Resort
This modern beachfront condo hotel is a 7-minute walk from Cocoa Beach Pier and 19.7 miles from the Kennedy Space Center. The airy, modern condos are available with 1 to 3 rooms. All have ocean-view balconies, full kitchens and living rooms with pull-out sofas, plus TVs, DVD players, washer/dryers and free Wi-Fi. There's a heated outdoor pool and a hot tub, as well as a gym and sports courts. Other amenities include a game room and kids' activity programs, plus a restaurant and a lounge.
Daytona Grande Oceanfront Resort
The Daytona Grande Resort introduces a new level of seaside elegance to the World’s Most Famous Beach. Soaring 27 stories above the surf and sand, The Grande offers 458 luxuriously appointed guestrooms and suites, a gourmet restaurant overlooking the beach, an oceanfront resort pool with direct access to the beach, and an array of first-class services. Welcome to the new Daytona Beach.
Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach
Set on a beach along the Atlantic Ocean, this upscale hotel in a curved building is 2 miles from US-1 and 6 miles from Daytona International Speedway. The hip, music-themed rooms provide flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, minifridges and coffeemakers. Some add balconies and ocean views. An outdoor pool faces the ocean. An open-air bar offers live music. Other amenities include an airy restaurant, a laid-back cafe and a terrace, plus a 24-hour fitness center, a spa, breakfast and parking.
Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort
This modern beachside hotel is a minute's walk from the Ocean Center convention facility and a 2-minute walk from the Daytona Lagoon waterpark. Dining options include 7 restaurants and bars, including an oceanfront grill, a steakhouse and a relaxed beachfront bar. Other amenities include a spa and 2 outdoor pools, plus hot tubs and a fitness center. There's also a business center and over 60,000 sq ft of meeting space. A daily resort fee applies.
The Shores Resort & Spa
Facing the Atlantic, this polished, beachfront resort is 5 miles from the lively Daytona Beach Boardwalk. Bright rooms and suites featuring country-chic decor and 4-poster beds with sheer canopy curtains. Some units have balconies with ocean views and separate sitting areas. Room service is available. Property amenities include a saltwater pool with tiki bar, an oceanfront seafood restaurant, a full-service spa (fee), a fitness center and beachfront fire pits with complimentary s'mores ingredients.
Hammock Beach Golf Resort & Spa
The Lodge at Hammock Beach Resort
Kimpton Vero Beach Hotel & Spa
Costa d'Este Beach Resort and Spa
Cocoa Beach Pier
Stretching a whopping 800 feet out over the Atlantic, this historic pier provides plenty of rod-bending action. Depending on the season, you’ll be able to hook into anything from Redfish, to Pompano, to Tarpon, to Snapper species, and even the hard-fighting Wahoo!
For offshore anglers, this is the place to go! This bustling port is a hub for cruise ships, commercial vessels, and, you’ve guessed it – fishing charters. With direct access to the Atlantic, it’s the place to start your big game angling adventure.
Ramp Road Park
Boasting access to the incredible Thousand Islands, head to this park if you’re looking to escape into nature, hook Ladyfish and huge Trout, and maybe spot some incredible wildlife, too! It’s also the perfect location to launch your kayak from.
Daytona Beach Pier
Daytona Beach Pier is right in the heart of Daytona Beach’s popular entertainment area. As a well-known local fishing spot, you can start fishing any time you want. Get your fishing gear ready and enjoy a tranquil day at one of the well-loved landmarks in the area.
The Atlantic Ocean
If you seek sport fish like cobia, kingfish, sailfish, mahi mahi and tarpon, it might be time to turn to the pros and go out into the Atlantic with a charter boat company and guide
Rodman reservoir is A premier largemouth bass fishery
Hammock Beach Golf Resort & Spa
They offer two award-winning golf courses for the ultimate golf getaway. Including a breathtaking Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course and the Conservatory Course, designed by Tom Watson.
Grand Haven Golf Club
The private Jack Nicklaus signature designed course features a variety of challenging holes with outstanding views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Recognized by Links Magazine as one of the top 100 courses in North America.
Vista Plantation Golf Course
The course is compact but challenging with small, fast greens and tight fairways. Water hazards also come into play on a few holes. The golf course is challenging enough for avid players yet forgiving enough for high handicappers to approach with confidence.
Lakes at Sandridge Golf Club
A public 36-hole golf facility located in Vero Beach, Florida. Sandridge Golf Club is owned and operated by Indian River County. The facility has two 18-hole golf courses, the are The Dunes Course and The Lakes Course.
LPGA International, the premier golf club of Daytona Beach, boasts 36 holes of world-class golf designed by Arthur Hills and Rees Jones. The Golf Digest 4-Star rated Hills Course and Jones Course are both favorites among locals, visitors and tour-players alike.
Daytona Beach Golf Club
Daytona Beach Golf Club also has two courses to offer: the Donald Ross-designed South Course and the North Course. While the South Course was built when the course opened for business in 1921, the Slim Deathridge-designed North Course was built in 1946.