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27th Avenue Park

3701 S Atlantic Ave, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169
+1 386-423-3300
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Nice sunrise!

Right next to the drive-in beach so you have a choice to park in the lot or drive onto the beach... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Great family beach

The 27th Ave Park is a public beach at New Smyrna off Atlantic Ave, (nice landmark is the 7-Eleven... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2017
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3701 S Atlantic Ave, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169
+1 386-423-3300
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Right next to the drive-in beach so you have a choice to park in the lot or drive onto the beach. This is the beginning of the no drive beach. Turn left with your car. Walk to the right for no cars. Swings and restrooms...More

Thank Nyrak54
Reviewed 27 July 2017

The 27th Ave Park is a public beach at New Smyrna off Atlantic Ave, (nice landmark is the 7-Eleven on the corner opposite the beach). It is a great family beach, with life guard stations, and I believe beach parking is allowed on part of...More

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Reviewed 17 July 2017

Love coming here and visiting the beach, being able to clean up when you ready to depart and also on Sunday they used to have church service at the pavilion.

Thank Teacher20052013
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

Nice well maintained Park at the beach. There is a free parking lot provided for the public. They have a basketball court, handball court, restrooms and shaded seating overlooking the beach. There is also a pay booth and ramp for driving onto the beach. There...More

Thank dcetraveling
Reviewed 28 May 2017

27th Ave Park is across from the 7-11 on A1A and it is next to the Southermost access ramp for the drive portion of the beach in NSB and also Volusia county. There is a nice sized pay public parking area, restrooms and showers to...More

Thank 22Destep
Reviewed 24 May 2017 via mobile

We love coming here for quick beach access and traffic free. If you want to drive on the beach you can as well.

Thank Jon H
Reviewed 19 April 2017

We drove on to the beach because it is a fun thing to do. This location is less congested than Flagler beach. There is a fee but $10 a day non resident isn't bad.

Thank Robyn B
Reviewed 17 January 2017

This is a wonderful spot - and one of the last public ones in New Smyrna Beach. If it is a weekend or holiday, you must arrive early if you want a parking spot. If you are a resident of Volusia County, you don't have...More

Thank Rosemary R
Reviewed 8 January 2017

27th Avenue Park is, arguably, the best beach on the mid Atlantic coast. Millions of dollars have been spent perfecting this wide stretch of sand and it will not disappoint. Family friendly, always clean, wonderful facilities. Pack a picnic to enjoy in the pavillion. Parking...More

Thank Linda L
Reviewed 20 November 2016

Hurricane Matthew did not stop people from participating in sports and wellness activities at the beach. New Smyrna Beach was hit hard but after a few weeks of cleaning, it's back to usual. And mornings at the 27th Ave Park are for Tai Chi. A...More

Thank Jean F
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23 June 2016|
Response from 914billb914 |
That's why the city created the adopt a park program, to keep expenses down and be able to accomodate more visitors