Daytona Beach Sports Arenas
Jackie Robinson Ballpark or City Island Ball Park is a historic baseball field in Daytona Beach, Florida. It is located at 103 East Orange Avenue on City Island, on the Halifax River. In 1990 the ballpark was renamed "Jackie Robinson Ballpark" after the first African-American in the Major Leagues. It is now home to the Daytona Cubs.
Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach, FL houses 10,000 people and on most weekends during the season, it is the home of the Bethune Cookman University football team, the Wildcats. When the stadium isn't functioning as a football field, it's used during the Daytona Beach Bike Week festival held each year, and is where the AMA Flat Track motorcycle championships are held. The Municipal Stadium is also the largest oval dirt track in all of Florida where you can ride dirt bikes and ATVs. Located at 3777 LPGA Blvd Daytona, FL.
New Smyrna Speedway is home of the world series of asphalt stock car racing. The New Smyrna Speedway hosts races including the Goodyear Challenge, the Enduro 100, and the TBARA Outlaw Winged Sprints 30. Other races feature automobiles in the Late Model, Pro-Truck, Modified, Sportsman, Super Stock, and Mini Stock categories. Located at 138 S State Road 415 New Smyrna Beach, Florida. (386) 427-4129