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Vacation rentals in Ormond Beach

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Ormond Beach

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Apartment in Ormond Beach
The Beachy Sea Turtle Oceanside
Only 4 homes from the Atlantic Ocean, living room OCEAN views! (30 second walk to ocean, No streets to cross) Colorful and trendy decor with CLOUD bed for a perfect sleep! Wake up and have your coffee on the beach. Friendly residential street (not in a big high rise). King bed in bedroom Full sofa bed in living room Private street & beach access Private on site parking lot Publix, Dunkin, local food, across street 14 mi. Daytona International Speedway 10 mi. Bike week & Pier
$132 per night
Condo in Ormond Beach
Oceanfront Studio- Can’t get closer to the beach!
Celebrate autumn at the beach! We have beach access, no damage, and an open pool! Safe, quiet building of only 33 units. The OCEAN is located directly in front of this comfy condo, with no roads to cross! This is a remodeled 2nd floor 389 sq ft condo at the Symphony Beach Club. Private balcony and full kitchen no need to leave the premises. This is a DIRECT OCEAN FRONT unit with an ocean view from your private balcony or window. Enjoy the water from the beach, balcony, or pool.
$83 per night
Guesthouse in Daytona Shores
Cozy, quiet, and close to the beach!
Newly renovated in-law suite in a quiet neighborhood two blocks from the intercostal and 2.0 miles from the Granada Beach ramp where you actually can drive on the beach! Brand new bed, couch, appliances, towels, dishes and more in 2023. Small private patio and ability to park next to your private entrance. Tons of independent restaurants close by. The Tomoka state Park is less than 2 miles from our place and you are 15 minutes from all that Daytona Beach has to offer.
$85 per night

Stay near Ormond Beach's top sights

Walmart Supercenter23 locals recommend
Andy Romano Beachfront Park42 locals recommend
Tomoka State Park76 locals recommend
The Beach Bucket58 locals recommend
Central Park3 locals recommend
Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens41 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Ormond Beach

Condo in Daytona Beach
~ The Outlook ~ Breathtaking ~ OCEAN~FRONT Condo
$79 per night
Condo in Ormond Beach
Sandy Shores - Ocean view At Symphony Beach Club!
$108 per night
Condo in Ormond Beach
Lovely 2 bedroom condo directly on no-drive beach
$112 per night
Condo in Daytona Beach
~ Shore ~ Thing ~ Studio Condo near the Beach ~
$57 per night

Your guide to Ormond Beach

Welcome to Ormond Beach

The smooth shores of Ormond Beach have a history of tourism back to the 19th century. Like neighboring Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach’s hard-packed sand became a race track of sorts for early-20th-century inventors looking to show off the capabilities of the burgeoning automobile industry. Ormond Beach then attracted a new audience of wealthy Americans like John D. Rockefeller, who bought a home in the area as his own winter getaway. In some ways, Ormond Beach’s past has profoundly shaped its present as a popular coastal retreat, featuring car-themed events throughout the year. Its historical, small-town feel makes it an appealingly quieter alternative to Dayton Beach, its rambunctious neighbor to the south. Ormond Beach also draws water sports enthusiasts of all types to enjoy the Atlantic Coast and the Halifax and Tomoka rivers that border it.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ormond Beach

The Ormond Beach calendar of events tends to mirror that of neighboring Daytona Beach — specifically the world-class speedway located there. January and February bring in racing enthusiasts for the region’s Speedweeks, culminating in the famous Daytona 500 race. That coincides with some of the area’s coolest and driest weather, making it an exceedingly pleasant time to visit the region, and a reminder why the families of yore decided to make this their winter retreat. Summers get extremely hot and somewhat wet, and crank up the humidity, though Ormond Beach remains one of the driest places in Florida.

Top things to do in Ormond Beach

The Casements

This 9,000-square-foot mansion, which was John D. Rockefeller’s beloved winter home until his death in 1937, was built in 1913 and takes its name from the hand-cut casement windows by which it is distinguished. Now on the National Register of Historic Places it serves as the cultural center for Ormond Beach; take a tour of the historic building or wander around its public gardens and waterfront paths overlooking the Halifax River.

Birthplace of Speed Park

This small park, where the main boulevard meets the beach, honors the city’s historic automobile races. You’ll find a replica of the original garage from the 1903 speed trials, alongside vintage cars from that era. Aside from being an important totem to the history of the automobile, the beachfront park is a lovely place to watch the sunrise over the ocean.

Ormond Scenic Loop Trail

This 30-mile scenic drive is popular with day-trippers and cyclists alike. The route serves as a full tour of the Ormond Beach area’s landscape; you’ll rove through Tomoka State Park and past the Tomoka River, the historic fire station, and submarine watchtower, and along the town’s pristine beaches.

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