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ADA Beach Access - Daytona Beach

 Daytona beach wheelchair

On much of Daytona you can drive your car right onto the beach and park it there, which eliminates the problem of traveling from a parking lot across the dunes and sand. Special beach wheelchairs can be rented from:

Volusia Medical Supply, Inc.
591 Beville Road
South Daytona Beach, FL 32119
(386) 756-2025

Beach wheelchairs are available free at the following parks and lifeguard stations:

  • 301 Cardinal Blvd., Ormond Beach (386-676-4160)
  • 11 S. Ocean Ave., (Main Street), Daytona Beach (386-239-6484)
  • Dunlawton Avenue, Daytona Beach Shores
  • Lighthouse Point Park, Ponce Inlet
  • Frank Rendon Park, 2705 Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores
  • Tom Renick Park, 1575 Oceanshore Blvd., Ormond-by-the-Sea

beach wheelchair

Physically challenged persons displaying a handicap insignia in their vehicles are permitted to park closer to the water when conditions allow it. Normally, cars park between the dunes and the beach driving lane. A handicap insignia will permit you to park between the driving lane and the ocean, when ocean tides permit ( a high tide will not permit parking on the ocean side of the driving lanes).

You may get/return a handicap insignia/sign at any lifeguard station or beach patrol vehicle. Your vehicle has to display the “handicap parking only” sign in a window that faces the driving lane so it can be seen by beach patrol.

According to the Volusia County web site:

“Due to extreme congestion, east side parking (parking between the driving lane and the ocean) is not to be permitted in these areas: from the Silver Beach approach to the University Beach approach in Daytona Beach and from Crawford Avenue approach to the Third Avenue approach in New Smyrna Beach.

"Handicap Parking Only" spaces are provided at all lifeguard stations with the exception of the North County Lifeguard Station at 1665 Ocean Shore Blvd. (Roberta Road Cross Street) in north Ormond Beach. “

Refer to the Volusia County web site for beach information for the disabled: