Ask A Local: BEST PLAYGROUND IN VOLUSIA COUNTY

Our thus far mild winter is creating the perfect weather to get outdoors and play! Volusia County has no shortage of parks and playgrounds, but here are the top five awesome spots that local parents and caregivers rely on to expend their kids’ energy! 

Each place featured below was voted as the BEST by ECC Facebook Fans. Be sure to “Like” our page to participate next month. 

1. MAGIC FOREST PLAYGROUND (RAINBOW PARK) 

440 N Nova Rd, Ormond Beach 32174 

(386) 676-3252 (Nova Community Center) 

Amenities: Located on 60.2-acre park with baseball fields, basketball courts, restrooms, picnic area, skate park and walking path. 

Mon – Sun: 6 a.m. – 11 p.m. 

2. ALL CHILDREN’S PARK (SPRUCE CREEK ROAD PARK) 

481 Central Park Blvd, Port Orange 32127 

(386) 506-5851 (Port Orange Parks & Rec) 

Amenities: Park offering a large playground with pirate-themed equipment, a small splash pad, picnic pavilions, restrooms and boardwalk. 

Mon – Sun: 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. 

3. FREEDOM PLAYGROUND (BILL DREGGORS PARK) 

230 N Stone St, DeLand 32724 

(386) 626-7280 (DeLand Parks and Rec) 

Amenities: Park known for its creative & elaborate wooden play structures, plus picnic areas & many oak trees. 

Mon – Sun: 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. 

4. REED CANAL PARK 

919 Reed Canal Rd, South Daytona 32119 

(386) 322-3070 (Piggotte Community Center) 

Amenities: Nature park offering wooded trails & a lake as well as multipurpose athletic fields & a playground. 

Mon – Sun: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. 

5. LIMITLESS PARK (ORMOND BEACH SPORTS COMPLEX) 

700 Hull Rd, Ormond Beach 32174 

(386) 676-3280 (City of Ormond Beach) 

Amenities: A large competitive center with family features including a walking and bike path, playground, picnic area and pavilion. 

Mon – Sun: Varies dependent upon activities scheduled in park.

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