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Ormond Beach is a little jewel in the crown of Volusia County. Located on the Atlantic Coast, just north of Daytona Beach, it has a rich history as an elegant vacation destination.
Millionaire, John D. Rockefeller made his winter home here in 1914 next door to the Ormond Hotel which drew wealthy visitors to the town on the Florida East Coast Railway.
Today, you can still experience Ormond's small-town grace as you stroll along the shops on Granada Blvd., tour its pocket museums, or relax in its numerous garden parks.
Ormond has an adventurous side as well. It is the "Birth Place of Speed". The first automobile races were held on Ormond's wide sand beaches in 1902. Today, you can enjoy those beaches car free (driving is still permitted just south of the city limits in Daytona Beach). You can also experience a variety of water sports and boating along the Tomoka and Halifax rivers.
Ormond Beach visitors can also enjoy a variety of cultural and recreational events offered throughout the year.