Ormond Beach – Historic Beach 6K/11K Walk
Event Y0977


SPECIAL PROGRAMS: Boardwalks, Bridges-Spanning the USA, Ice Cream Parlors, Make a Wish-Water Fountains, Take a Walk in a City Park, Walk the USA A-Z. Continues through December 2017 for all current participants ONLY: Honoring Our Flag, Nat’l Register of Historic Places, Water Towers, You’ll Never Walk Alone.

 

START/FINISH:  Granada Pier Bait and Tackle Shop,
1 S.Beach St.,Ormond Beach 32174

TIMES:  Nov – Feb: 7 AM – 7 PM Daily Mar -Oct 7 AM – 8 PM Mon – Fri 6 AM – 8 PM Sat – Sun

TRAIL DESCRIPTION:  Rated 1C; Walk over the Granada Bridge. Mostly sidewalks and hard packed sand beach. Some beach approaches are soft sand and therefore not suitable for wheelchairs/strollers.

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS: Tomoka State Park, The Casements, Ormond Memorial Art Museum and Gardens, Birthplace of Speed Park

HISTORY: Haven for vacationers for over 100 years. Settled in 1873 as a health resort attracting millionaires such as John D. Rockefeller. Some of the first automobile races were held on the beach from Ormond to Daytona Beach in the early 1900’s.

DIRECTIONS: I-95 Exit 268 (Rte. 40) Granada Blvd; go East and cross US-1 to So. Beach St. Turn Right on So. Beach Street, then Left into Cassen Park.

Going fishing? Try the Bait & Tackle Shop.

DISCLAIMER: The sponsors are not liable for accidents, theft, and/or material damage. Every effort will be made by the sponsors to make this a safe, enjoyable, and memorable event.

POINT OF CONTACT:  Salley Hobling (386) 677-7387  E-Mail: gloriajpratt@gmail.com

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Wander Links:

The Official Ormond Beach Website
Ormond Beach Camber of Commerce Website

The Granada Bridge

The Granada Bridge

Billy's Tavern

Billy's Tavern

Ames Park

Ames Park

Riverside

Riverside