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New Smyrna Beach - Florida East Coast

New Smyrna Beach - A favorite among many Orlando area residents - a great town for biking and beach biking (at low tide). (Latest update: Sept. 2015)

New Smyrna Beach

End Points: New Smyrna Beach, access via vehicle ramps and pedestrian walkways
Mileage: Various, about 4 miles on Saxon Dr.
Surface: Hard-packed sand at low tide; Saxon Dr. trail is paved; unpaved through the woods riverside
Location: Volusia County (See map)
Nearby points of interest: Canaveral National Seashore, Museum of Arts and Sciences, Embry-Riddle University, Ponce Inlet Lighthouse

Bike Shops/Rentals:
- Beach Bike & Kayak
More Information (open in a new window):
- Volusia County - Parks and Trails

Biking at New Smyrna Beach

On the beach (low tide)

The beach is open to motor vehicle traffic so be careful of the cars, and also for pedestrians and children darting in and out. South of the 27th St. ramp the beach is closed to traffic, but the sand also gets softer."Old" New Smyrna Beach (around Flagler Ave.) is all bikeable but watch out for cars.

More NSB biking:

  • A 4-mile paved bike path runs along Saxon Drive between A1A and 3rd St. (SR44), on one side is a tidal marsh with a parallel unpaved trail ("Rohola Trail") with several side-trails out to the Indian River.
  • At Indian River Lagoon Preserve Park off Sandpiper St. is a paved loop and an unpaved trail to a floating dock at Brown's Bay.
  • The New Smyrna Beach Multi-Use Trail runs 2 miles from Sugar Mill Drive to West Pine Street at the edge of the downtown area, and eventually will be extended from I-95 to downtown and link to the planned Cross Volusia Trail.
  • A bike path runs along the Indian River on Riverside Drive from New Smyrna Beach south through Edgewater

Saxon Drive and Indian River

Multi-use Trail and Riverside Drive

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