Communities - Daytona Beach Shores - Parks

For more information visit the Daytona Beach Shores Parks and Recreation Website.

Dahlia Park is located about 1/2 mile south of Dunlawton Avenue on A1A. This park features access to restrooms and picnic tables.

Fornari Park is located next to the Palm Plaza Hotel on A1A. This park features access to the beach, playground equipment, dune walkovers with observation decks and picnic tables. It is named for the late Larry Fornari, Sr. a long-time community leader

Max Samuely Park is located next to the Senior Center. This garden-type park contains a gazebo and landscaped areas for walking or sitting as well as a brick "wall of fame" honoring the racing heritage in the Shores. The memorial to former Councilman Otto Schulze is located next to the "wall of fame." This park also houses the COURT OF FLAGS, which represents some of the ethnic origins of Shores residents, visitors and business people. The Court was dedicated in May 1997.

McElroy Park is located behind the Senior Center. The City's largest park covers more than three acres and includes a baseball field, basketball and tennis courts, a playground, picnic tables, restrooms and other facilities.

Frank Rendon Park is located next to the Hilton. This park was recently updated and features access to the beach, restrooms, playground equipment, a dune walkover, picnic tables and parking. It is named for the late Frank Rendon, a long-time community leader. The City partnered with Volusia County to renovate and expand this park.

Sundown Park is located on Peninsula Drive, across from Van Avenue and approximately one mile north of Dunlawton Avenue. This park overlooks the Intercoastal Waterway.