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Customers can ride horses under the tutelage of a lifelong equestrian on a farm with 7 acres of turnout, a large arena
This family-friendly roller rink has welcomed kids and adults since the 1960s
Riviera is an exciting 18 hole regulation course located at the Riviera Country Club facility in Ormond Beach, FL. From the longest tees it presents 6,250 yards of golf for a par of 71. The course was designed by and opened in 1953. The course rating is 68.0 with a slope rating of 114. Riviera is a daily fee golf course with a 'Open To Public' guest policy. The course contact is Eric Meyers, President.
We are one of the few local golf courses not built within a golf community. River Bend Golf Club is nestled along the Tomoka River, and although the river does not come into play, you will enjoy the natural beauty and wildlife that the East Central Florida area has to offer. In addition to the par 72 18-hole Championship course, the Manatee Bar and Grill provides friendly food and beverage services.
Surfers of all level of experience can rent a surfboard or skim-board to conquer the waves of the ocean
Using the latest technologies in board construction, the company produces surfboards, skimboards, paddleboards, and skateboards
Beginner-level lessons cover surfing fundamentals while semi-private lessons teach advanced techniques with individualized instruction
Full-service five-star PADI/SDI & TDI dive center with highly experienced instructors ensure comfort and enjoyment while training
Participants explore the treetops through a combo zip lining experience that features ladders and bridges
NASCAR Racing Experience is conducted at 19 various racetracks across the United States and offers motorsports themed events
Customers drive or ride-along in a real NASCAR racecar
Golfers will find challenges at every turn on our companion 1997 signature Arthur Hills Hills Course. The par 72 layout is a classic at 6,984 yards. Hills used a superb natural setting to create a masterpiece in playability and variety. It features natural wetlands, narrow pine corridors, small greens and strategically placed water hazards.
The Hills Course calls for the player to use their mind ahead of their muscles. Good strategic planning will reward the player with good results and an enjoyable round. Each hole is unique and memorable. The Hills Course played from the proper tees poses an appropriate challenge to more accomplished players and fairness to high handicappers, seniors, women and junior golfers.
LPGA International has two championship courses, each designed by an award winning architect. The Hills course, designed by Arthur Hills, opened in October 1998. It compliments the first course, designed by Rees Jones, which opened in July 1994. Named the Jones course, the Jones links-style design has been selected for many awards such as GOLF MAGAZINE's "Top Ten You Can Play" public access courses and Golf for Women magazine's "America's Most Women Friendly Golf Course". In addition to the two championship golf courses, LPGA International has a state-of-the-art practice academy featuring three championship practice holes, five putting greens and chipping areas, practice bunkers and a 360-yard double ended driving range. Guests can enjoy private instructions, golf schools, daily clinics and playing lessons offered by certified LPGA and PGA professionals.
The 18-hole "Pelican Bay, North" course at the Pelican Bay Golf Club, North facility in Daytona Beach, Florida features 6,829 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.1, and it has a slope rating of 134 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Lloyd Clifton, ASGCA, the Pelican Bay, North golf course opened in 1980.
Nestled within a lush and magnificent canopy
of century-old oaks, tall pines and natural vegetation
on high rolling terrain, Halifax Plantation Golf Club
is one of the most picturesque and enjoyable courses you’ll play in Central Florida. Designed by highly respected golf course architect, Bill Amick, the
course was created to challenge the novice and
expert golfer with its choice of elevated tee boxes
and undulating greens.
Rental skates slip onto feet as groups coast across NHL regulation-size rink inside facility located just minutes from famous beach
Family-friendly ranch gives an array of opportunities to spend time together outdoors, including camping, fishing, and bike riding
Participants can experience old Florida with a saltwater fishing guide who has been angling all his life
Guests can explore the Daytona Beach area and enjoy fishing with professional guide
Instructor Dave Hickman helps students improve their surfing skills
Summit Driving Range provides grass hitting stations for golfers to swing from as a PGA instructor teaches posture, alignment, and grip
The 18-hole "Crane Lakes" course at the Crane Lakes Golf & Country Club facility in Port Orange, Florida features 5,001 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 66 . The course rating is 64.3 and it has a slope rating of 115. Designed by Jerry Finley, the Crane Lakes golf course opened in 1998. Mike Robinson manages the course as the Head Golf Professional/Manager.
Pine trees and over 20 lakes are scattered across the tranquil 18-hole course designed for golfers of all skill levels
Guests explore the pristine waters of Rose Bay while aboard rented kayaks or stand-up paddle boards
Guests can explore the pristine waters of Rose Bay aboard rented pedal boats and enjoy drinks afterwards
*NEW COURSE ALERT* TAKE ADVANTAGE OF GREAT COURSE SPECIALS! Today’s tranquil Spruce Creek Fly -In Community was born from the battlefields of WW II. In response to the widening scope of war in Western Europe, the United States Government acquired the Spruce Creek property on September 2, 1943. Soon thereafter, the U.S. Navy began construction of a training field on the site. After WW II, the Navy abandoned the airfield and weeds overtook the once active runways. Now, near the same runway where thousands of young Americans learned to fly in service of their country, people from around the world come to fly, play golf and tennis and invest in what one national magazine has termed "America’s premier residential community". Spruce Creek Fly - In Community is the most widely - recognized flying and golfing community in America today. With the original 4,000 foot paved and lighted runway now surrounded by such amenities as a completed Fixed Based Operation Airport, a 6,900 yard championship golf course, a full service country club, picnic area complete with gazebos and 24-hour security, the once abandoned field is today much more grand than at any point in her history. Spruce Creek’s history is unique, having been transformed from a war-training center to a beautiful residential fly-in country club community.
With its' superb conditions and beautiful wetlands setting, the Golf Club at Cypress Head in Port Orange, Florida, is a public club that offers a private and tranquil experience as you face its fairways. Noted designers Arthur Hills and Mike Dasher created this course in 1992, and it has stood the test of time environmentally. Hills is known for Renaissance in Fort Myers and Mirasol in Palm Beach Gardens; Dasher is the designer of the North Shore Golf Club in Orlando.
Come check out the new and improved Cypress Knoll Golf & Country Club. Gary Player recently returned to The Cypress Course to modernize his original vision. The Cypress Course gives golfers fantastic views and backdrops, from pine and hardwood forests reminiscent of the Carolinas, to love grass and pot bunkers that might fit nicely on Scottish Links. This Gary Player Signature course is unmistakably Northeast Florida with its marshlands, lakes, and magnificent wildlife. With over 3.5 million dollars in renovations to the course and a new clubhouse, the experience has never been greater!
Hidden Lakes Golf Club was originally designed by Bill Amick and remodeled by Lloyd Clifton in 1995. In 2003, the course underwent a facelift that added length and challenge to the Par 69 course. The course offers a beautiful view of the estuary of Turnbull Bay, a fair and challenging test of golf, a friendly staff and reasonable prices. Continual improvements to the course condition make Hidden Lakes a must play when in New Smyrna Beach.
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