- TripBuzz found 133 things to do with kids in or near Daytona Beach, Florida, including 106 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ormond Beach, Port Orange, DeLand and New Smyrna Beach.
- From Pure Life Surf School to Beach at Daytona Beach, the Daytona Beach area offers 68 different types of family activities, including: Mini Golf, Water Parks, Theaters and Science Museums.
- Daytona Beach, Florida is one of the state's most popular tourism hotspots. From it's involvement with auto-racing to its pristine beaches, there is something for everyone who visits. As the headquarters for NASCAR and home to the famed Daytona International Raceway, auto enthusiasts travel from around the world to take in a race. Other points of interest include motorsports, golf, biking, dining and shopping.
Home to one of the state's largest butterfly conservatories, Lukas Nursery also thrives with a plethora of indoor plants and landscapes. Children and adults can both enjoy creating their own butterfly garden at the end of the day.
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Lucky Monkey is a playground facility featuring a number of fun attractions and structures for its young guests to enjoy. Giant inflatables, water slides, piano floor mats, and laser dance are among the amenities available at the playground.
Spanning a total of 92.14-acres, Chain of Lakes Park is a recreational park that features an observation tower, 3-lighted youth softball fields, a concession stand, and restrooms. The park also has 2 fields that can be used for soccer.
A trip down the Wekiwa River with a rented canoe, kayak, or boat through King's Landing is a 4-hour natural beauty and wildlife scene. Fishing, swimming, and areas to stop with a shuttle ride back are part of the package deal.
Oviedo's Boing! Jump Center is an indoor fun and fitness facility that offers an array of activities for kids. The facility has giant trampolines on which visitors can open jump, play dodgeball, do acrobatics, or participate in other sports.
A park built around the Rock Springs and river, Kelly Park is a scenic place with lagoons and pools along the river. Float down the river (tubes for rent), canoe, walk the boardwalk, view the wildlife, and enjoy picnic areas.