HANDICAPPED SERVICES: Surf Chairs
- The Beach Patrol Officers or lifeguards
will provide any handicapped person with a
special beach wheelchair FREE. Please call
676-4160 for more information.
There's no charge for vehicles with handicapped
stickers to drive or park on the beach.
PARKING & DRIVING ON THE BEACH:
Daily beach driving passes are $5.00 per vehicle,
February 1 through November 30. After 3 pm,
daily passes are $3.00. Annual passes are
available to residents for only $20.00 or
$40.00 for non-residents. A Superpass is also
available. Call Republic Parking at 386-254-4605
The beach is always open and free to pedestrians
The beach speed limit is 10mph and is strictly
enforced! Violators will be fined $41 and
Beach Access is closed during high tide.
SUNBATHING: A new law in Volusia County
stipulates that it is illegal to sunbathe
next to your car due to the limited parking
spaces on the beach. You may, however, sunbathe
in front or behind your car.
SURF REPORT: Call 253-1234 for daily
surf reports or visit http://volusia.org/beach/driving.htm
TIDE INFORMATION: Call 423-3373 for
daily tide reports or visit http://volusia.org/beach/driving.htm
Always swim directly in front of a Lifeguard.
The 10 mph speed limit is strictly enforced.
Violators will be fined $41 and up.
Alcohol, pets and glass containers are not
Music or noise which can be heard from more
than 50 feet of the source is illegal.
It is illegal to disturb dune vegetation.
Driving or parking in the conservation zone
Personal watercraft operators must stay in
the proper zones and wear a helmet at all
PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT - Turtle
nesting season is from May 1st - October 31st.
Don't disturb a turtle that is crawling to
or from the ocean or laying eggs.
Watch from a distance. Avoid shining lights
on the beach at night as this may frighten
away nesting females and interfere with the
baby turtles' ability to find the sea.
Avoid walking or cycling in places posted
as nesting areas.
Immediately report any injured or dead sea
turtle to the nearest Volusia County Beach
Do not disturb markers or protective screening
over turtle nests.
These nests are being studied and protected.
Avoid walking on the dunes along the beach.
Don't disturb nesting sea birds
Don't litter. Cigarette butts, fishing line
and other trash can harm the animals and birds
along the beach.