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Where do I find the daily tide chart?

Please click here to see the daily tide chart. 

Are beach wheelchairs available in New Smyrna Beach?
  • For persons needing assistance, beach wheelchairs are available for use at the Flagler Avenue lifeguard station. There is a limited supply, and they are available first come, first served at no charge. People can check them out from a lifeguard station and use them for a couple of hours, depending on the waiting list. The beach wheelchairs are available at the following lifeguard stations.
How much does it cost to drive my vehicle on the beach?

• Annual beach passes are $25 for Volusia County residents and $100 for non-residents. For further information regarding beach passes, please visit 

• $20 daily beach entry per vehicle (one free re-entry/day/same vehicle)

Where should I park when visiting the beach if I do not want to drive my vehicle on the beach?

• Smyrna Dunes Park ($10 daily), 2995 N Peninsula Ave

• Marianne Clancy Park ($20 daily), 901 S Atlantic Ave 

• Flagler Avenue Beachfront Park ($20 daily), 201 Buenos Aires St

• 27th Avenue Beachfront Park ($20 daily), 3701 S Atlantic Ave

• Grayce K. Barck North Beach Community Park ($20 daily), 1100 N Atlantic Ave

• Esther Street Beachfront Park ($20 daily), 551 Esther St

• Mary McLeod Bethune Park (Free), 6656 S. Atlantic Avenue

• Hiles Boulevard Beach Park (Free), 4516 S. Atlantic Avenue

• Coronado Civic Center Parking Lot (Free),1098-1000 N Peninsula Ave

Where do I find events that will taking place during my visit?

Click here to see the upcoming events.