It’s Green O’Clock, which means it’s time to wear your greens and set out on the street to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
Daytona Beach is a sight to behold during mid-March, thanks to the countless parades, festivals, and bar crawls. If you’re wondering where to crash with your family on March 17, we have some cool suggestions for you.
Keep reading to find out the best family-friendly St. Patrick’s Day events in Daytona Beach.
Related Read: Irish Pubs in Daytona Beach Perfect for St Patrick’s Day
Weekend campout, ride and paddle, Dunns Creek State Park, Mar17 - 19, 2023
at 320 Sisco Rd
Do you want to extend your St. Patrick’s Day holiday and make it a long, chilling weekend? If yes, this weekend's campout at Dunns Creek State Park will be an event to remember. Come here with your family group to hike, bird watch, bike, paddle, fish, and horseback ride, or go kayaking. You can also sit back and relax and enjoy the camp life. If you wish to bring your RV, you can. Arrive at the park on Friday, March 17, at 8 am. You can camp there until March 19 at noon.
FMAC Saint Patricks Day Cook Out Blow Out at De Leon Springs
at De Leon Springs State Park
Get your Irish on at De Leon Springs State Park for a potluck event on Friday, March 17. It is organized by FMAC, who will also provide you with hot dogs, hot dog buns, and drinks there. You can crash here with your family group and spend a fun St. Paddy’s day morning. The only requirement is every group must bring a home-baked or cooked dish. So wear your best greens and join the fun. Also, don’t forget to bring your swimsuit and sunscreen if you want to bask in the swimming pool.
Lucky Leprechaun Pet & Vendor Fest
at Port Orange City Center
If you wish to spend your St. Patrick’s holiday with your little furry friends, you’re most welcome at Port Orange City Center. The pet and vendor fest will begin a day after St. Paddy’s day, i.e., Saturday, March 18, from 10 am to 3 pm. Play dress up with your dog and make them wear their best St. Patty's day attire to take part in the pet contest. From vendors, crafters, local businesses, rescues, food trucks, and more, there’s everything you need for a fun and unique day. And worry not - if you don’t have pets, you can come solo as well.