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Outer Ormand Beach

Ormond Beach, FL

Outer Ormond Beach sits just to the north of the world famous Daytona Beach. This neighborhood's most popular draw is the beautiful beach along with its small town, local feel. It is difficult to go anywhere in Outer Ormond Beach without running into someone you know. Many of the locals in the area were born there and graduated from Seabreeze High School, the local high school located just across the street from the beach. Ormond represents itself with a combination of middle-class surf culture, beautiful beaches and a laid-back attitude. The Halifax River runs parallel to the ocean, dividing the area into the commonly known mainland and beachside. The area branches out from the main road, Granada Boulevard, which runs from West to East, over the river, until it reaches the ocean. You can even drive directly onto the beach for a fee of $5 per day or $20 for the season, keeping up with the history of automobile races on the beach.

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Living in Outer Ormand Beach

Restaurants

Restaurants in Outer Ormond Beach enjoy the benefit of beautiful weather year-round and often feature outdoor seating. LuLu's Oceanside Grill, located just across the street from the ocean, is a locally owned restaurant featuring a beach theme and decorated with vintage posters. Famous for lobster tacos covered in baja sauce, LuLu's is the perfect place to grab a casual bite to eat on the outdoor patio, which even welcomes dogs. The Beach Bucket is another popular spot for lunch. Patrons can enjoy the view of the ocean and the warm sun while sipping drinks or grabbing a bite to eat. For breakfast, locals know the best place to scarf down the most important meal of the day is Peach Valley Cafe, which is famous for its cinnamon apple fritters and seasonal specialty pancakes. While you won’t find wild nightclubs in Outer Ormond Beach, the locals enjoy their nights gathering with friends at many laid-back bars and restaurants throughout the area. Just across the Granada Bridge to the west, you will find Grind Gastropub and Tiki Bar, the most popular nightlife spot for locals to hang out and grab a drink, with Thursdays and Saturdays being their most popular nights. Divided into two sections, the indoor area offers an intimate atmosphere for a sit-down dinner. Step out back and you will find a huge covered tiki bar, complete with large tables and a stage for the nightly live entertainment. Grind Gastropub and Tiki Bar offers unique, flavorful meals, including lobster macaroni and cheese, buffalo burgers and brisket pizzas. On Sundays, the restaurant features a brunch menu with bottomless mimosas. Outer Ormond Beach has also entered the craft brewing scene, with hangouts such as Tomoka Brewery and the popular Ormond Brewing Company, home to a fire pit and a giant Jenga game.

History

Dating back to the 1500s, the Timucuan tribe made its home in the area that is now Ormond and Daytona Beach. The first bridge over the Halifax river was built in 1887, and James Ormond built the Ormond Hotel in 1888. By 1903, the area beaches became popular with automobile speed tournaments, and Ormond earned the title of the "Birthplace of Speed." Henry Flagler also built the Ormond Garage, which housed drivers and their mechanics during the races. John D. Rockefeller, a frequent visitor to the area, purchased an estate across the street from the Ormond Hotel in 1914 and used it as his winter residence. The estate, known as The Casements, was purchased by the city and is currently open to the public.

Transportation

Public transportation in Outer Outer Ormond Beach is nearly non-existent. The bus system known as the Votran, is rarely used by locals but is available if absolutely necessary and is only $1.50 per ride. Taxis are available but cannot be hailed on a street corner, so you will need to call and order one. Neither Uber nor Lyft are available here and most streets are not particularly bicycle friendly. Public parking, however, is widely available at all locations and is never a problem nor a nuisance. Many restaurants offer free valet parking in addition to free parking lots. While all areas of the neighborhood would be considered safe to walk through, it can be a little spread out and may not be the most ideal place for walking.

Cost

The overall cost of living in Outer Ormond Beach is on average with the rest of the country, with housing, gas prices and utilities being slightly lower than the national average. Compared to nearby Daytona Beach, the cost of living is a little bit higher in Ormond Beach, but also offers higher end housing than its neighbor. The average cost of a beer at a restaurant or bar in Outer Ormond Beach is about $3, while a glass of wine ranges from $5 to $8. The average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment is in the $700 range.

Shopping

Shopping in Outer Ormond Beach consists of big-chain stores, local boutiques and beachy souvenir shops along the coast. Local boutiques in Outer Ormond Beach include Molto Bella, which features one-of-a-kind jewelry and gifts from all over the world. Purple Dragonfly is another locally owned boutique that features unique gifts. Another unique shop, Preppy Beach Boutique, specializes in monogrammed clothing, jewelry, and accessories and is located just across the street from the beach. Surf shops are also a popular destination for shopaholics in Ormond. Maui Nix, which has three locations in the area, offers brand-name surf clothing, including Roxy, Billabong, Hurley and more. The two-story shop also sells surfboards, wetsuits and accessories for the perfect day at the beach. The Volusia Mall, located in Daytona Beach, is the area's largest shopping destination and is home to three Dillard's department stores, Macy's, jewelry stores and children's boutiques. For truly high-end shopping, residents of Outer Ormond Beach will need to travel to larger malls located in St. Augustine, Jacksonville or Orlando, all of which are about one hour’s driving distance. Outer Ormond Beach’s main grocery store matches that of the rest of Florida, with Publix as the go-to for all your supermarket needs. It's known for its subs and exceptional customer service. Every Thursday morning, the Ormond Beach Farmers Market is open at City Hall Plaza and offers fresh produce, flowers, meat, prepared food and unique jewelry from local artisans.

Parks

The most popular parks in Outer Ormond Beach are those on the beach. Tom Renick Park is a beachfront park that offers grills, cabanas, a small playground and public bathrooms with showers. Just across the street is Bicentennial Park, which provides tennis and basketball courts, a baseball field, a playground, public bathrooms and a large dog park, complete with dog-accessible water fountains. Children will absolutely love Magic Forest Rainbow Park, a large park and playground with the theme of an enchanted forest, complete with interactive dragons, large slides and even a puppet theatre. In the same complex you'll find public tennis courts, baseball fields and a skate park. Rockefeller Gardens and the nearby Ormond Memorial Gardens offer beautiful gardens, manicured lawns and ponds full of Koi fish. All of the public parks in Outer Ormond Beach are free to use. The main annual events in Outer Ormond Beach occur in July and November. For Independence Day, locals and visitors gather at the Granada Bridge for the annual fireworks display over the river. In November, the Riverfest Seafood Festival takes place at the same location, Rockefeller Gardens, where local vendors hold booths with their seafood fare. Complete with cooking demonstrations, water activities and live music, the Riverfest Seafood Festival has something for everyone, and admission is free.

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Reserve at Ormond
600 Crowne Commerce Ct, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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$1,075 - 1,555 1-3 Bed Available 06/24/17
844-501-0866
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420 Lakebridge Plaza Dr, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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386-492-1866
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390 Williamson Blvd, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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2 Waterfront Ct
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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875 Wilmette Ave, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Fisherman's Landing
1088 W Granada Blvd, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
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Apartments for Rent in Outer Ormand Beach, Ormond Beach, FL

Outer Ormond Beach sits just to the north of the world famous Daytona Beach. This neighborhood's most popular draw is the beautiful beach along with its small town, local feel. It is difficult to go anywhere in Outer Ormond Beach without running into someone you know. Many of the locals in the area were born there and graduated from Seabreeze High School, the local high school located just across the street from the beach. Ormond represents itself with a combination of middle-class surf culture, beautiful beaches and a laid-back attitude. The Halifax River runs parallel to the ocean, dividing the area into the commonly known mainland and beachside. The area branches out from the main road, Granada Boulevard, which runs from West to East, over the river, until it reaches the ocean. You can even drive directly onto the beach for a fee of $5 per day or $20 for the season, keeping up with the history of automobile races on the beach.

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