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Ormond Beach to Flagler Beach Scenic Drive

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Ormond Beach, Florida

Ormond Beach to Flagler Beach Scenic Drive is a 14.1 mile point-to-point trail located near Ormond Beach, Florida that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for road biking and scenic driving and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 14.1 miles Elevation Gain: 65 feet Route Type: Point to Point

kid friendly

road biking

scenic driving



no dogs

Drive down A1A right next to the Atlantic Ocean. Plenty of places to stop and pull over either for pictures or to walk on the beach. There are almost no condos beach side except for the southern end at Ormond. You’ll find a few of the small seafood restaurants the further north you go. The drive runs through North Peninsula State Park and the Gamble Rogers State Recreation Area too.

road biking
8 months ago

it's a road bike path/street. contrary what most the pics are of or represent, this is not a trail. true it's one lot away from the beach....but still a bike path/street

Tue Mar 26 2019

Nice ride/drive anytime of year

scenic driving
Sun Nov 06 2016

We enjoyed driving A1A right along the coast with the many ocean views. We had great late October weather...and even had the windows down and the Beach Boys blaring at one point. Lots of fun!

scenic driving
Sun Oct 17 2010

This a great drive on the coast. If you start in Ormond Beach from State Road 40, head north on A1A. There are some beautiful beach houses on the right. After a while, the condos and hotels will thin out and eventually the road will be right along the coast, with nothing but some dunes and sea oats between you and the beach. On the west side of the road there's a variety of condos and beach houses interspersed with natural areas. There area also several parks along the route. Once you get into Flagler Beach, you'll be greeted by what I consider to be the definition of a Florida beach town. Little roadside motels, wacky beach houses (don't miss the pirate house!) and little diners abound. The Flagler pier, at the end of State Road 100, is a great spot to stop and get a better view of the beautiful coastline on foot.

9 months ago

road biking
Sat May 25 2019

road biking
Wed Aug 15 2018