Some say that Central Florida has some of the best weather. Winters are dry with mild temperatures. Summers offer plenty of sun for Beach fun.
Central Florida is known for its hard-packed beautiful sandy beaches. Our area is one of the few places where you can drive on the beach for miles. Many of the first auto races were run on the beaches of Daytona and Ormond Beach. The Daytona International Speedway got its start here on those beaches.
Central Florida is home to NASA and the Space Center. With just a short drive to the Space Center, you can witness some of the most spectacular launches including launches by SpaceX. You can even see the rocket boosters return and feel the sensation of the sonic booms. The proud history of our Space Program offers a wonderful experience for both young and old.
Agriculture occupies a large portion of Central Florida economy. You can enjoy the yearly strawberry festival in Plant City or purchase a case of fresh oranges from one of the many orange groves in Central Florida. You can try the Central Florida Farmers’ tours, a great way to see and learn about our local agricultural industry.
Central Florida is home to many Medical Institutes with places like the Medical City, University of Central Florida Medical School, the Sanford- Burnham Medical Institute, Biomedical Research facility and the new Veteran Administration Hospital.
Patrick Air Force Base, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, MacDill Air Force Base and several Coast Guard Stations on the Gulf and Atlantic sides of the state are situated here.
There are many major attractions in Central Florida; Theme Parks like Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Sea World, Universal Studios, Bush Gardens, Adventure Island and the new Lego Land. Also check out Central Florida Zoo and Gardens, the Sanford Zoo and the Brevard Zoo. i
Still looking for thing to do? Check out Blue Spring State Park, Merritt Island National Refuge, or Canaveral National Seashore. This is just a short list because there is so much to do in Central Florida. There is something for everyone here, whether its Theme Parks, Water Sports, Fishing, Nature Hikes or just a beautiful day on our sandy beaches. And for those motorcycle enthusiastic, there is Bike Week, Biketoberfest and the most famous Loop. Born to be wild - or at least wild at heart? Marvel at the variety of wild animals and birds on 'The Loop', a 33.98-mile scenic route that's a must-see for motorcyclists, motorists and bicyclists alike. This amazing journey will take you back in time, combining tree-lined, canopied roads with acres of Florida's wild, untouched natural beauty.
New Smyrna Beach is centrally located on Florida’s East Coast. The city was founded by Dr. Andrew Turnbull and is known as a charming, laidback beach town and surfing mecca.
New Smyrna Beach serves as the gateway to the picturesque Indian River Intracoastal water way and 13 miles of pristine beach.
Many historical and cultural sites also make New Smyrna Beach noteworthy.
Flagler Avenue is New Smyrna’s Beachside Historical and shopping district. It is the beachside main drag. Events are planned monthly on Flager Avenue.
Palm-lined Canal Street is in the downtown Historic District and has art galleries, shops and the New Smyrna Museum of History.
*Sandy Beaches, Crashing Waves, and Friendly Locals
*Arts and Cultural sites
*Enjoy the natural beauty of Parks and Trails
*Deep Sea Fishing
*Outdoor Sports: Surfing, Diving, Kayaking and Paddle Boarding are just a few. New Smyrna Beach is a feast of natural wonders!
*Great Food and local restaurants - home to the freshest seafood imaginable