Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail
Byway Length: 34 Miles
Designated: July 9, 2007
FDOT District: 5
Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail loops around the inland waterway on both the barrier island (on A1A and John Anderson Dr.) and on the mainland (on Old Dixie Highway and North Beach St.) providing spectacular views along old Florida trails.
There is ready access to the Atlantic Ocean, North Peninsula, Tomoka and Bulow Creek State Parks as well as numerous city and county parks. The roadway view includes unobstructed vistas of two rivers, creeks and marshes, barrier island dunes and beach, and historic dwellings. Visitors seeking a cultural and/or historic experience will find museums and historic public buildings and private homes along the corridor, in Tomoka State Park and in locations a few blocks off the designated roadways.
Recreational opportunities abound with numerous parks and trails offering boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, bicycling, beach walking and much more. Vast expanses of water and natural Florida scrub vegetation create beautiful scenic vistas waiting to be photographed. Northern right whales and humpback whales can be seen offshore during migration seasons. Dolphins are a common sight. Loggerhead, green and leatherback turtles use the sandy beaches along A1A for nesting.
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The roadway is located on Florida’s east coast in the center of the state (south of Flagler Beach and north of Daytona Beach). It can be easily accessed from I-95 west of the town of Ormond-by-the-Sea or via A1A.
These are specific resources for this byway. See Associated Florida Resources for connections to organizations affecting all byways in Florida.
City of Ormond Beach:
West Volusia County Tourism:
Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce:
Ormond Beach Historical Society: