Boardwalk & Pier
Kids can burn off energy at this beachside water park, which has a tube float, a tidal-wave pool and a multilevel water playground, as...
This perfectly planar stretch of sand was once the city's raceway. Sections of the beach still welcome drivers to the sands at a...
Outside this train wreck of a bar, a bone chopper gleams in the window. Inside, a sign asks, 'Ain't drinking fun?' You better believe...
Boardwalk & Pier information
Follow Main St E and you'll cross Daytona's sabal-palm-lined, ocean-fronting Boardwalk, bedecked with dollar-grabbing ice-cream shops, amusement arcades, rides and patios where you can sip beer from plastic cups. It's fun for the family with a side order of sleaze. Follow Main St further east toward the unmissable coral-colored pier, once a summer-vacation icon and still the longest in the US. Reopened after restoration in 2012, the 85-year-old wooden structure still feels a bit shabby, but perhaps that's to be expected when you jut 237m out into the wild Atlantic Ocean.