Daytona Beach Campus

Area Information

Daytona Beach is often referred to as the “World's Most Famous Beach” and is a top vacation destination. A charming resort town, it is an ideal place to visit, live, study and fly. Temperatures are mild year-round, and there are a variety of recreational and outdoor activities available.

Orlando’s attractions and the Kennedy Space Center are both popular places to visit, and are about an hour’s drive from campus. Whether you enjoy swimming, boating, camping, fishing, golfing or exploring history, you’ll find it all right here.

couple walking on daytona beach

 

Visit the official Daytona Beach website for more information on the area and special events like these. You can even request  a Visitor’s Guide be sent to you.

Daytona Speedway

Spring Break

Biketoberfest and Bike Week

Daytona Beach International Airport

Spring Break

Embry-Riddle students have a special advantage; they don't have to travel anywhere to reach the ideal vacation spot! Spring Break attracts college students from across the nation to the Daytona Beach area during the months of March and April.

 

Transportation

Airport

The Daytona Beach International Airport serves the area with airlines such as Delta and US Airways. 

Business

Volusia County Transit (known as Votran) provides regularly scheduled transportation to the campus, bus stations, motel/hotel areas, beaches, hospitals, shopping areas and major business areas. Interstate Greyhound Bus Lines also serves the area.

Taxi Service

Daytona Beach is served by several taxicab companies which operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Trains

Amtrak's Auto-Train is available in nearby Sanford. Amtrak's normal passenger service is available at the DeLand Train Station, approximately 30 miles from Embry-Riddle.