Daytona Beach, FL – Volusia County releases a new schedule detailing holiday season beach access for the area.
According to the county, additional beach access ramps will be open from today (December 24th) to the New Year with an adjusted schedule.
Kate Sark, the community information specialist with Volusia County, says that almost all ramps will be open, with the exception of a few.
Those exceptions include Seminole Avenue, Rockefeller Drive, River Beach Drive, Boylston Avenue, Seaview Avenue and Zelda Boulevard.
Sark also said that the off-season beach access schedule will resume on January 2nd. You can click here for a map of the off-season access ramps.
Annual beach and park passes for 2019 will also go on sale on January 1st. Vehicles with current, valid annual beach and park passes are also able to renew for the new year.
Beach passes are $25 for Volusia residents and $100 for nonresidents. Inlet park passes can also be added to a resident or nonresident beach pass for an additional $20.