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Public Parking Lots & Driving Beach Access

Beach Parking & Entrances

Free Beach Access Parking Lots

Head to Hiles Blvd Beach Park or Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park for free beach access parking. Open daily; you’ll find restrooms and outside showers. Parking is prohibited from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.

  1. Hiles Blvd Beach Park, New Smyrna Beach
  2. Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park, New Smyrna Beach

Most street parking and public parking lots in the area are free of charge, however, many beachfront parking lots offer self-pay kiosks for daily parking, or you’ll find a staffed admittance gate. Be sure to note signage for applicable time limits where free parking is available.

Do not park in spaces marked “handicapped,” “reserved,” or “residents only” unless you have the required pass. Many businesses will also designate parking for “customers only.”

Parking Lots & Driving Beach Access



Easy Self-Pay Beachfront Parking Lots

Our map below shows easy-access beachfront parking lots. Open daily from dawn to dusk, you’ll find restrooms, outside showers, and parking kiosks that accept cash or credit card. Parking is $20 per day.

Be sure to note your license plate number, pay at the kiosk, and you’re all set for your day at the beach. Annual beachfront lot parking passes for non-Volusia County residents are available for $100. These passes expire each year on December 31 and can be prorated. Apply for an annual Beachfront Parking Lot Pass, click here.

Vehicles with a valid disabled parking permit may park at no charge and do not require a parking pass.
  1. Grayce K Barck North Beach Community Park, New Smyrna Beach
  2. Esther Street Beachfront Park, New Smyrna Beach
  3. Flagler Avenue Boardwalk, New Smyrna Beach
  4. Marianne Clancy Park, New Smyrna Beach
  5. 27th Avenue Beachfront Park, New Smyrna Beach


Additional Beach Access Parks with Parking

We have 2 beach access parks with bonus amenities! Dogs accompanied on leashes are welcome in designated areas at Smyrna Dunes Park where elevated nature trails, a fishing pier, and scenic overlooks offer fun explorations at this 184-acre park. Parking at Smyrna Dunes Park is free for handicapped and disabled veteran-registered vehicles. The area’s national park, Canaveral National Seashore, offers many natural and historic sites and 5 beachfront parking lots with restroom facilities. People with disabilities may qualify for a free lifetime Access Pass at Canaveral National Seashore. Visit these links for specific more details.

  1. Smyrna Dunes Park, New Smyrna Beach
  2. Canaveral National Seashore, New Smyrna Beach



Vehicle Beach Access Entrances

This half-mile trail curls through a shady hammock that borders the Canaveral National Seashore, formerly known as Eldora, a historic fishing village accessible only by boat. A dense canopy of red bay trees blocks the sun, allowing flowering shrubs such as wild coffee and sparkleberry to thrive.

  1. Beachway Avenue Beach Ramp, New Smyrna Beach
  2. Flagler Avenue Beach Ramp, New Smyrna Beach
  3. Third Avenue Beach Ramp, New Smyrna Beach
  4. 27th Avenue Beach Ramp, New Smyrna Beach
  5. Crawford Road Beach Ramp, New Smyrna Beach **Current Annual Passholders Only - Express Ramp. No pass can be purchased here**



Boat Trailer Parking and Boat Ramps

From Port Orange to Osteen, there are numerous places to put your boat in the water in the New Smyrna Beach Area. From primitive launches for flats boats and kayaks to boat ramps for deep-water vessels, be sure to view details at each location for fees, hours, amenities, and water depth.

Free Boat Ramps and Launches

  1. Lemon Bluff Park, Osteen
  2. Hiles Boat Ramp, New Smyrna Beach
  3. River Breeze Park Boat Ramp, Oak Hill
  4. Port Orange Causeway Park, Port Orange
  5. Dunlawton Boat Ramp, Port Orange
  6. Port Orange Causeway, Port Orange
  7. George R Kennedy Memorial Park, Edgewater
  8. Menard-May Park, Edgewater
  9. Canaveral National Seashore, North Apollo Beach, New Smyrna Beach
  10. Callalisa Park, New Smyrna Beach
  11. Spruce Creek Ramp, New Smyrna Beach
  12. Turnbull Creek Primative Boat Launch, Oak Hill


NSB Boat Ramp Parking Permits

With direct access to the deep-water channel of the Intracoastal Waterway, city of NSB boat ramps are open daily, 24 hours a day. Parking is strictly enforced, and parking violation fines are set at $100. Annual passes are $200 and expire on December 31 each year. Prorations are available. Daily passes can be purchased for $10 at the boat ramp self-pay kiosks using cash or credit card. Don’t forget to note your license tag number before you pay at the kiosk. Volusia County residents and residents of select Florida counties are eligible for free annual passes. For more information and to apply for an annual pass, click here.

  1. North Causeway Boat Ramp – Westside, New Smyrna Beach
  2. North Causeway Boat Ramp – Eastside, New Smyrna Beach
  3. Swoope Boat Ramp off US 1, New Smyrna Beach



Note: Passes purchased for Beachfront Parking Lots can be used at city of NSB Boat Ramps. However, city of NSB Boat Ramp parking passes cannot be used to park in a Beachfront Parking Lot.

Private Boat Ramps and Launches

  1. Cameron’s Marina/Marker 57, Edgewater
  2. Bissitt Bay Fish Camp, Oak Hill
  3. Lopez RV Park & Marina, Oak Hill
  4. Indian Mound Fish Camp, Oak Hill