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 The Ormond Beach Scenic Loop Ride
Whether you drive or bike, this thirty-mile, double-looped road takes you through the most beautiful and diverse natural scenery in Northeast Florida. This is a must see for motorcyclists, mortorists and bicyclists alike.
Take advantage of the unique opportunity to visit three Old Florida environments and observe varied plant and animal species along the beach, such as the endangered Florida Scrub Jay and nesting sea turtles. Catch sight of a dolphin or get a chance to see northern right and humpback whales offshore during migration seasons.
With ready access to the
beach, four state and six
local public Parks, riders can
catch unobstructed views of
the beach and even historic dwellings. There are also museums, historic public buildings and private homes along the legs of The Loop.
Recreational opportunities are plentiful, with many parks and trails offering fishing, boating, hiking, swimming, bicycling, beach walking and much more. With all it has to offer, this byway is truly a national treasure. Visit
 Directions from the Beachside
From Daytona Beach, head North on State Road A1A, past Granada Blvd. (SR 40) Just past the city of Ormond Beach, the speed limit will change to 55 mph. Keep an eye out, and turn left at the flashing sign that identifies High Bridge Road. Follow this road for several miles and take a sharp left onto Walter Boardman Blvd. This road will take you past Tomoka State Park and bring you to North Beach Street, which hugs with intracoastal Waterway. Follow this road to Granada Blvd (SR 40).
Directions from the Mainland
Travel north on Beach Street, which runs along the Halifax river’s mainland side. After Several miles you’ll see a sign for Walther Boardman Blvd. Take that turn and follow the road for about a mile. Take a sharp right on High Bridge Road, and follow it over the bridge to State Road A1A. At this point, you can either turn right and enjoy the scenic Atlantic coastline on your way back to Daytona Beach or turn left and ride north to Flagler Beach.

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