Don’t Miss A Thing! New Smyrna Beach

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Don’t Miss A Thing! New Smyrna Beach

Don’t Miss A Thing! New Smyrna Beach

Don’t Miss A Thing! New Smyrna Beach

Don’t Miss a Thing!
Explore… beyond the beach. New Smyrna Beach, FL.

Take the family to SEE these historical spots in New Smyrna Beach, FL- just a short drive from Daytona Beach!

ElDora HouseEldora House
This house is one of a few remaining artifacts of earlier life (built c. 1913) in a small waterfront community on Mosquito Lagoon. The town of 100 people existed between 1877 and 1900. The city’s decline began after three freezes during the late 1880s and 1890s that destroyed the town’s citrus crops. After 1910, the Eldora “State” House was built.
Open Fri. – Sun., 12 – 4 p.m., located in N. District of Canaveral National Seashore, 386-428-3384.

Sugar Mill Ruins
The Sugar Mill Ruins
Once a highly functional sugar mill, built during the early 19th century. This 17 acre historic site contains the sugar mill, as well as other buildings, which were destroyed during the war between the Seminole Indians and the United States. Sugar Mill Ruins, 600 Mission Dr., 386-427-2284.

Baby Sea Turtles

Turtle Mound
This prehistoric archaeological site dates back to more than 14,000 years ago and was created by the Timucuan Indian civilization over a period of several hundred years. This kitchen midden is made up of oyster shell remains and resembles the shape of a turtle, hence the name. Follow a park trail to its peak as it leads to a spectacular panoramic view of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, 386-428-3384,


Images provided by New Smyrna Beach Area Visitor’s Bureau.
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