Things To Do – On Land & At Sea!
Island Girl River Cruises
A classic 1967 motor yacht, the Island Girl has been completely refurbished to cater to all your needs. Whether you have a special event or are just wanting to relax and spend time on the water, the Island Girl is has it all. On board Island Girl you can spend the day cruising down the Halifax or Indian River with the opportunity to observe wildlife and all nature has to offer.
Water Taxi Express
Connecting New Smyrna Beach to Ponce Inlet. Cross the inlet and experience wildlife and marine life, enjoy fine dining, water sports, and see spectacular views of the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse.
Marine Discovery Center
Travel the Indian River Lagoon in the comfort of a 36-seat Discovery all-weather pontoon boat that are United States Coast Guard licensed. Enjoy a 2-hour journey narrated by knowledgeable tour guides, as they tell about the abundant marine life in the lagoon. Or choose a guided kayak eco-tour, paddling the backwaters of the lagoon. No experience required. 520 Barracuda Blvd, New Smyrna Beach.
Paddleboard New Smyrna
Kayak and stand-up paddleboard waterfront rentals offering lessons, tours, and sales. 177 North Causeway, New Smyrna Beach.
Venetian Bay Golf Club
“Play the Bay” at one of the most uniquely designed courses in the area. Now open to the public. 63 North Airport Road, New SmyrnaBeach.
Hidden Lakes Golf Club
A par 69 golf course, Hidden Lakes offers a fair and fun challenge to golfers of all skill levels. 35 Fairgreen Avenue, New Smyrna Beach.
Smyrna Dunes Park-Dog Friendly Beach
2995 N. Peninsula Ave., New Smyrna Beach
Boardwalk, Dog-Friendly Beach, Swimming, Fishing, Picnic Area, Nature Trail, Restrooms
Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park
6656 S. Atlantic Ave., New Smyrna Beach
Basketball court, boardwalk, canoeing, community building, fishing, pavilion, picnic area, playground, restrooms, swimming, tennis court, volleyball court
Canaveral National Seashore
Take A1A (S. Atlantic Ave) South, you will head into the park!
Canaveral National Seashore is located on a barrier island off the east coast of Florida that features unspoiled beaches and over 100 middens—heaps of shells, broken pottery, and discarded arrowheads left by the Timucuan Indians who were the area’s first known inhabitants. The park also features remnants of a deserted Florida town. The Eldora Statehouse has been converted to a museum to tell the story of the land speculators who settled on Mosquito Lagoon after the Civil War. Eldora was abandoned after a freeze killed off the citrus crops. The launch pads of Kennedy Space center can be seen across the lagoon, marking another boom era in Florida’s history.
The NSB Skatepark is located at the southwest corner of Turnbull Street and Industrial Park Avenue, just west of the New Smyrna Beach Police Station. The new Skate Park has approximately 8,500 square feet of concrete skate area, consisting of a flow/street area and a pool with tile and concrete pool coping. Open from Noon-Dark on weekdays and 10am-Dark on the weekends.