The Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail is a series of roadways that can be joined at multiple locations.
· From Daytona Beach - travel north to Granada Boulevard and continue north utilizing any of the following intersections: North Beach Street, John Anderson Drive, or A1A/Ocean Shore Boulevard. Or travel north on AIA (beachside) or Beach Street (mainland) past Granada Boulevard to enter the Loop.
· From Flagler County - travel south on A1A/Ocean Shore Boulevard to Highbridge Road and turn right. Or travel south on John Anderson Drive or Old Kings Highway to Walter Boardman Lane/Old Dixie Highway. You can continue on Walter Boardman Lane (turn left) or continue south on Old Dixie Highway.
· From I-95 - take exit 278, Old Dixie Highway and turn left into Walter Boardman Lane or continue on Old Dixie Highway, both will take you around the Loop in different directions.
People do ride bicycles the Loop, however, please be aware that there are no designated bike paths outside of the parks and that many of the roadways are narrow and may have heavy traffic during peak commuting times.
For more information, visit https://www.volusia.org/regrowtheloop
or contact Sheila Hutchinson at 386-822-5778 or email@example.com.
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Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail is a series of public roadways which are open 24 hours a day. For optimal viewing of scenery and wildlife daylight hours are recommended. Please obey all speed limits and traffic laws, and watch for birds and animals crossing the roadways, especially at dawn and dusk.