Port Orange Area Parks
Bulow Creek State Park contains over 3000 acres of forest, swamp and marsh and creeks. You can access the park from Ormond Beach which is very scenic.
Bulow Creek is known for Fairchild Oak one of the largest remaining live oaks in the south. Visitors can hike, canoe, picnic, and bicycle. You may see deer, owls and raccoons while hiking on the trails. Bulow Creek is a popular fishing spot. There is also the Boardman Pond Observation Platform where you can overlook the tidal pond which attracts birds and birdwatchers.
Canaveral National Seashore is located close to Daytona Beach and is one of the most scenic natural environments in the state. Find great expanses of clean beach, dunes, hammocks and marshes and lagoons. Canaveral National Seashore is one sight you can't miss. This seashore is home to many plants animals. Endangered animals include manatee, bald eagles, falcons and more.
Lighthouse Point Park is located at the southern tip of the Daytona Beach peninsula in Ponce Inlet. This park is a popular place for swimmers, surfers, and folks strolling or sunbathing. The 52 acre park is home to many animals and birds. You'll find nature trails, picnic areas, and an observation tower.
Tomoka State Park in Ormond Beach is located near the meeting of the Tomoka and Halifax Rivers. Camping, fishing, boating, picnic facilities and nature trails are available. Swimming is not permitted in the rivers near the park.
The park in known for its live oak trees with Spanish moss covered limbs. You'll see a variety of birds and other wildlife to include river otters, bottlenose dolphin, and manatee. 2099 N Beach St Ormond Beach, FL (386) 676-4050