Enjoy carnival rides, play arcade games, take in free concerts and fireworks and treat the kids to ice cream or fudge at Daytona’s historic oceanfront entertainment zone. Re-opened in 2012 after an extended closure for repairs, the 745-foot Daytona Pier is a popular fishing and dining spot. Limited on-street parking is available.
Recent Traveler Reviews
A very pleasant stroll
A great promenade, shops galore with very friendly staff. The pier is small but full of atmosphere. A man, who was fishing at the end of the pier, had caught a large fish. He was…
Great place to visit
Nice and clean area with lots of shops and food options. No shortage of gift shops that all sell the same things. Parking was accessible however not sure how it would be in the summer.…