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Driving on the beaches of the Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach areas is a Volusia County tradition dating back to the early days of the automobile. For years, beachgoers have enjoyed a leisurely drive on the wide, hard-packed sands. Please be a responsible beach driver by driving only in designated areas and observing the 10mph speed limit. The driving areas are designated by signs and wooden posts. Please watch for pedestrians, sunbathers, and wildlife. Parking is allowed east, or seaward, of the posts.

Beach driving is permitted daily seaward of the clearly marked dune conservation zone depending on tides and access ramps being opened. The beach is open to vehicles May 1st through October 31st from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and November 1st through April 30 from sunrise to sunset.

The daily vehicular beach access fee is $20 per vehicle (one free re-entry/day/same vehicle). $10 daily inlet park entry per vehicle at Lighthouse Point and Smyrna Dunes Park (one free re-entry/day/same vehicle)

Season beach passes are available at $25 for Volusia County residents, $20 annual inlet park pass (unlimited inlet parks entry – calendar year, $45 resident combo pass (beach and inlet parks unlimited entry – calendar year)

Season beach passes are available at $100 for non-residents and $120 combo pass (beach and inlet parks unlimited entry – calendar year.

Daily and seasonal passes may ONLY be purchased at the tollbooths. For further information regarding beach passes, contact Republic Parking at (386) 254-4605

The beach is always open and free to pedestrians and bicyclists.

Please be a responsible beach driver by driving only in designated areas and observing the 10mph speed limit. The driving areas are designated by signs and wooden posts. Please watch for pedestrians, sunbathers, and wildlife. Parking is allowed east, or seaward, of the posts.

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