About Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach, Florida is in the northern part of the Daytona Beach resort area. There are ample hotels, timeshare opportunities, and condominium rentals for all of your vacation accommodations. This beautiful Atlantic beach area promotes catering to families and mature vacationers. This is one of the few remaining drive-on beaches in the world. At the beginning of the century, the ?Birthplace of Speed?, was a race car enthusiast?s paradise. Ormond Beach accommodates thousands of race fans every year at the nearby Daytona International Speedway.
Tomoka State park offers canoeing, camping, and picnicking along the Atlantic Ocean and the Tomoka and Halifax Rivers. After repeated visits John D. Rockefeller bought an estate in Ormond Beach called The Casements. This estate became Rockefeller?s beloved winter home in his later years. The Casements is Ormond Beach?s most historic site. It was purchased by the city in 1974 and serves as the Ormond Beach cultural center. Ormond Beach has something fun to do for everyone under the sun.