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Ormond Scenic Loop & Trail - Come experience a unique and special part of old Florida you won't soon forget!


  • Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail (OSLT) is a 34 mile double loop of roadways traversing some of the most beautiful and diverse natural scenery remaining in all of coastal central Florida.  There is ready access to the Atlantic Ocean, North Peninsula, Bulow Creek and Tomoka State Parks. The roadway view includes vistas of rivers, creeks, marshes,  dunes, and beaches. 

  • You can see those natural features balanced with over 300 years of history including The Casements, the winter residence of John D Rockefeller. 

  • There are several unique opportunities to view rare and protected wildlife on the beach, May-September is marine turtle nesting season and December-April the right whale migrates off our coast to birth their calves. 

  • Recreational opportunities abound with numerous parks and trails offering boating, fishing, hiking, swimming, bicycling, beach walking, and much more. 

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Regrow the Loop

Volusia County


Volusia County Government has launched ReGrow the Loop, a one-year pilot program to restore and enhance the natural beauty of the 30-mile Ormond Scenic Loop and Trail in Ormond Beach.

The Ormond Scenic Loop includes the roads in North Peninsula State Park.

The county has partnered with the UF/IFAS Extension Volusia County and other local organizations to eradicate invasive plant species, increase native vegetation, attract more wildlife and pollinators and share information about sustainable practices residents can adopt to protect the county’s natural beauty.

Residents who live along the loop — and anywhere in Volusia County — can get involved by signing a pledge, attending a workshop, and organizing or participating in a Loop volunteer event. Each participating household will receive a ReGrow the Loop sticker and a native three-gallon tree at one of the tree giveaway events that will be scheduled this fall or summer 2024.

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