Kayaks pulled up on the shore at Tomoka State Park in Ormond Beach.

Outdoor Recreation

The Essence of an Outdoor Retreat

Pack your binoculars and trail mix because Volusia FL is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. With an average of 229 days per year of sunshine and consistently pleasant temperatures, Volusia County boasts about 200,000 acres of conservation land. You can indulge in year-round nature adventures on 3 statewide mixed-use trailways — including the Florida Coast to Coast Trail — all offering ample opportunities for biking, hiking and picnicking. The Intracoastal Waterway and St. John’s River also beckon with boundless possibilities for kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. And of course, Volusia County is renowned for its 47 miles of picturesque Atlantic coastline and white sand beaches.

#1 Longest River in the State of Florida (St. John’s River) St. Johns Riverkeeper
3/13 Of the Best Surfing Beaches in Florida are in Volusia County Southern Living

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