ORMOND SCENIC LOOP & TRAIL
P.O. Box 1807Ormond Beach, FL 32175

An official Florida Scenic Highway & National Scenic Byway

            

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Sunset at Granada Blvd Bridge which connects mainland with coastal residences, restaurants, historic landmarks and pristine beaches.

Historic winter home of John D. Rockefeller known as The Casements.  Now owned by the City of Ormond Beach.  Open daily for tours.

Canal at corner of Highbridge Road and Walter Boardman Lane

Old Florida still exists in Tomoka State Park on North Beach Street.  Hike or bicycle on trails.

Boat launch on Tomoka River at Tomoka State Park.  Rent a kayak or canoe at the general store.

Historic Ormond Beach Fire Station, 160 E Granada Blvd, built in 1937, was restored by Greg Snell and now owned by Physicians Resource LLC

Pristine beaches Historic WWII submarine watch tower
Unique shops, museums, indoor & outdoor dining and welcoming hotels meet at this intersection.  The Atlantic Ocean lies only steps away.
(photo courtesy of Ormond Beach Main Street Inc.)
Passive parks anchor all four sides of Granada Blvd bridge which connects the mainland with beachside.  The Heritage Condominiums afford luxury living within walking distance of shops, restaurants and the beach

 

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