Daytona Beach


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Daytona Beach, Florida is an accessible beach that should be on your list of places to visit. The beach is known as the ‘World Center of Racing’, and Daytona International Speedway has attracted drivers from around the world since 1902. Cars are permitted to drive slowly on parts of the hard packed sand, according to the weather and tidal conditions. Visitors also come to Daytona Beach to enjoy water sports, with kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, parasailing and sailing all on offer. Private boat charter is possible to set sail and discover the coastline, which is home to marine mammals such as dolphins and manatees. Boat tours to see dolphins, stingrays and sea turtles depart frequently from the beach and there are also sunset cruises to admire the views bathed in golden light. Daytona Beach is accessible for visitors with disabilities. There are accessible parking spaces and ramps to access the beach in a wheelchair. Several of the restrooms, which are located close to beach ramps, are accessible for people with reduced mobility. It is also possible to rent a beach wheelchair free of charge on Daytona Beach. The beach wheelchairs are distributed from the lifeguard stations on a first come, first served basis. The wheelchairs are rented out for up to a few hours at a time, depending on the waitlist, and visitors can use the wheelchairs to travel around on the beach at their own pace and to go into the water. The lifeguard stations distributing beach wheelchairs are located at Flagler Avenue, Dunlawton Avenue, Cardinal Avenue and at the Beach Headquarters on Daytona Beach. Lifeguards do not accompany visitors with wheelchairs but can provide information and instructions.

Know before you go

What is included

  • Free entrance

What is not included

  • Assistants

  • Ground transportation

  • Insurance


Orlando, FL, USA


Orlando, FL, USA

Free admission

Frequently asked questions

The tours we offer are designed to accommodate all kind of disabilities. Our travel experts can help you find the right tour to meet your accessibility needs.

No, this is a self-guided tour without transportation. Transportation can be organised upon reservation.

Accessible public toilets can be found by Granada Boulevard and the Cardinal Drive beach ramps and in Sun Splash park. Other accessible toilets can be found in venues such as cafes and restaurants by the beach; however, please be aware that you may have to be a customer in order to access the bathrooms.

Wheelchair users may need an adaptive wheelchair to make the most of their visit. Beach wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge from any of the 4 following lifeguard stations: • Flagler Avenue • Dunlawton Avenue • Beach Headquarters • Cardinal Avenue Wheelchairs are distributed on a first come, first served basis and the rental period depends on demand.

As this is a self-guided tour, there will not be a tour guide or dedicated person available to assist you. Lifeguards do not accompany visitors who borrow beach wheelchairs.