Port Orange

Elevation is 3 feet above sea level; Safest Places to Live in Florida 53 of 268: Places with the Best Public Schools in Florida 107 of 660: Best Places to Retire in Florida 129 of 660.

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Daytona Beach

Made famous for its wide beach and smooth, hard-packed sands, Daytona Beach became widely known in the early 1900s for high-speed automobile testing, and later, racing. This made the beach a mecca for racing enthusiasts. By the 1920s, it was dubbed the “World's Most Famous Beach.”

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South Daytona Beach

Elevation is 11 feet above sea level. South Daytona is a small, residential, and business-friendly community bordering the Halifax River. Well kept residential areas, excellent schools, beautiful public parks, abundant shopping and dining opportunities, and a responsive city government make South Daytona a great place to live, work and play.

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Ormond Beach

The well known John D. Rockefeller purchased a winter home known as "The Casements." In 1902 some of the initial automobile races occurred on the hard packed sand from Ormond south to Daytona Beach. Timing equipment was utilized and the region was given the nickname "The Birthplace of Speed." In 1949 the municipality was renamed Ormond Beach.

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New Smyrna Beach

Elevation is 6.562 feet above sea level. Three times larger than the first settlement of Jamestown in 1607; It is known as the second oldest city in Florida and will be celebrating its 250th birthday in 2018. New Smyrna Beach has the most biologically diverse estuary in North America. It is home to more than 400 species of birds, dolphins, manatees, alligators, turtles and is the “Redfish Capital of the World.”

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Edgewater’s roots date back to the early 1800’s when Dr. John Milton Hawks founded this intriguing riverside settlement. Boston Whaler, Brunswick and Everglades Boats are all based in Edgewater.

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