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Families in Daytona who cannot decide between theme park and waterpark should visit the Daytona Lagoon near the boardwalk. Here, attractions like water slides, go-karts, laser tag and minigolf will keep little adventurers busy for hours.



Of course, little tadpoles will want to head for the Lagoon´s waterpark. Here, 5 exciting slides await you, each with their unique features:

  • Blackbeard´s Revenge: On this fast-paced slide full of turns, up to 3 people race down on inflatable boats.
  • Poseidon´s Pass: This one-person slide will send you twisting and turning through partially enclosed pipes.
  • Kraken´s Revenge: Rush towards the water head-first on your colorful mat racer.
  • Adventure Mountain: The park´s tallest slide features 2 enclosed pipes that will send you down almost vertically.
  • Shaka Half Pipe: Ride your inflatable boat straight up, then backwards again – just like in a skateboarding halfpipe.

If you want to relax, just float around on the lazy river Pelican´s Drift. In addition to thrilling rides, the park offers many attractions for little guests: Children can splash around on the water playground Castaway with its 4 miniature slides, water pistols and jungle gym. The giant refillable bucket with 1000 gallons of water provides a refreshing shower every 2 minutes. Old and young visitors will love the ups and downs in the wave pool Treasure Lagoon.


The Daytona Lagoon is not merely a waterpark. The fun continues at the Mega Arcade with more than 70 exciting games for all ages. Do you like fast-paced duels in the dark? Then the laser tag is perfect for you. For some vertical fun, try the Sky Maze parcours or the Rock Wall. No theme park in the “Motorsports Capital” would be complete without go-karts. Even the youngest racing fans can join the ride while their parents are driving. The free-fall tower Island Hopper will drop you down 23 feet, so be prepared to scream. And if you are looking for some laid-back fun, you should try out the minigolf course.


Guests at the Daytona Lagoon can choose between different tickets. Visiting the waterpark costs 31 USD for adults. Children between 32″ and 48″ and seniors aged 62+ pay 22 USD. Children under 32″ visit the waterpark for free.

At the Family Entertainment Center, the choice is yours: If you want, you can pay separately for every attraction. A game of laser tag, for instance, costs 8 USD. Or you buy a wristband that allows you to play all games for a limited time. Wristbands are priced between 24–29 USD. You can also purchase one day passes: These cost 40 USD for the Family Entertainment Center and 53 USD for both parks – all attractions included.

In addition, the following discount tickets are available:

  • Matinee Admission: 17 USD for tickets to the waterpark after 3 pm, except on Wednesdays
  • Pooldaze: limited selection of waterpark attractions for 16.50 USD. Different opening hours apply, depending on the season.
  • Family Night Wednesdays: 15 USD for entrance to the waterpark on Wednesdays, starting at 4 pm.

As is the norm in Florida, you can save a lot of money with coupons. For discounts and special offers, check out websites like groupon.com, dealscove.com or offers.com.


Every Friday from 5 pm, the Gokart Night attracts racing fans with discount prices. If you like pizza, you should also visit the park for the Food and Fun Special on Friday: Then, you will get pizza, soft drinks and a 10 USD arcade voucher for 20 USD. A similar offer is the Dine and Play Special that includes hot meals for only 14 USD. At the Daytona Lagoon, New Year´s Eve is celebrated with balloons, fun games, a DJ and discount tickets.

In addition, you can also host your own event at the Daytona Lagoon. The park is perfect for birthday parties, complete with designated party area, pizza, soft drinks, gift bags for the guests and vouchers for the birthday child.


The Daytona Lagoon is situated in close proximity to Daytona Beach and can be reached in 15–20 minutes from almost every part of the city.

Roaring V8 engines make you tremble with excitement? Drivers like Richard Petty and Jeff Gordon are your heroes, and Monster Energy is more than a soft drink to you? Then, you absolutely must visit the Daytona International Speedway. In this epicenter of American motorsports, events like the Daytona 500 attract tens of thousands of fans. Countless NASCAR records have already been set here.

But the Daytona International Speedway is more than just a race track. It is a super-sized motorsports city. No matter if you want to cheer your favorite drivers from the ranks, pay tribute to racing legends in the Hall of Fame or go shopping at the One Daytona – the Speedway is a haven for guests with a passion for high-octane fun.


The Daytona International Speedway was opened in 1959, making it one of the true pioneers of American motorsports. NASCAR-founder Bill France was personally responsible for creating this permanent racetrack. Since its opening, the Speedway has been home to the Daytona 500, one of the most important and prestigious races in the USA. But high-powered sports cars are not the only stars here. At this stadium with a capacity of more than 100.000 people, you can also watch pick-up truck and superbike competitions. Even triathlons are held here.

The Daytona Speedway not only amazes with its 2.5 miles of tracks. Thanks to a 400 million USD overhaul, it also ranks among the most modern race tracks in the world. A state-of-the-art entrance system leads visitors to their zone in no time, the number of toilets has been doubled, and the seats are now more comfortable than ever. Tickets come in many different forms and price categories.

Daytona International Speedway in a Nutshell - Daytona Beach


No matter what kind of vehicles you want to see: at the Daytona International Speedway you are guaranteed to find the right event for you. Here is a short selection:

  • Daytona 500: THE classic American NASCAR race
  • Historic Sportscar Racing: four day event featuring legendary antique cars
  • Rolex 24: 24 hour sports car race
  • Bike Week: 10 days of exciting events for motorcycle fans
  • Daytona Supercross: dirt bike race with daring stunts
  • Challenge Daytona: three day triathlon.

Fans of American sports events already know: The warm-up to the race is as important as the event itself. At the Daytona Speedway, the fun begins when you enter the so-called injectors. These are more than just simple entrances to the ranks. Walking through the 4 injectors, you can admire high-powered cars by Toyota and Chevrolet, test your skills at the driving simulator and browse through tons of merchandise. In addition to the stands, the Speedway also features numerous fan areas and lounges, complete with air-con, TVs and catering.

Events at Daytona International Speedway - Daytona Beach


If you want to experience events like the Daytona 500, you can choose from a wide range of tickets. The price is largely determined by one factor: How close to the action do you want to be? Tickets for the lower ranks, far away from the start/finish line and the pit road, are available for 98 USD. But if you want to sit on the highest ranks with a direct view of the starting line, expect to pay up to 700 USD.

In addition to basic tickets, there are special offers available at the Speedway:


The Fanzone in the center of the race track is nothing short of a sacred place for NASCAR enthusiasts. Here you can watch the teams refuel and change tires on the Pit Road, take a peak into the garages and get close to famous drivers on the Main Stage. Prior to the race, music bands get the fans in the right mood, and afterwards, you will experience the victory ceremony on Gatorade Victory Lane. Expect to pay 98 USD a day for this privilege.

Unoh Fanzone - Pre Race Access - Daytona Beach


It might seem strange to non-motorsports fans, but camping is a favorite pastime at the Daytona Speedway. For seasoned veterans, there is only one place to be: the Infield. During races, this area inside the tracks turns into a sea of RVs and caravans. Just put up your camping chair on the roof, grab your beer and snacks, and watch the cars fly by. This is the true NASCAR spirit! Unfortunately, it is also expensive, and spots sell fast. Camping at nearby sites in Daytona Beach and taking the free shuttle to the race tracks is by far the cheaper option.


Even when there is no race, the Daytona International Speedway offers many exciting activities for motorsports fans.


On a ride with the open-air tram, you will learn everything about the history of the “World´s first Speedway”. Afterwards, you can take a photo on the podium before admiring the winning car of this year’s Daytona 500 – with all the bumps and scratches it sustained in the race. Renowned trophies and race cars from 60 years of motorsports history are displayed at the Hall of Fame. In addition, the museum showcases drag cars, motorcycles, antique cars and even power boats.

The Speedway Tour takes 30 minutes and costs 19 USD for adults.


This tour takes an additional 60 minutes and also includes a trip to the start/finish line. Guests can walk the 31-degree high banks and take a look into the pit stalls and the press room. From the ranks, you will enjoy unmatched views of the race tracks. The All-Access Tour costs 26 USD.


If you are looking for the ultimate fan experience, you should book this 3 hour tour. With a small group, you will ride the air-conditioned tour bus across the Speedway. At the ISC´s Archives and the Research Center you can gaze at the most valuable trophies in NASCAR history, Sir Malcom Campbell´s famous “Bluebird” and a life-like replica of NASCAR founder Bill France Sr´s office. Of course, non-motorsports fans will hardly appreciate all the little details. For seasoned fans, however, this tour is a must. Included in the 55 USD ticket is a trip to the Press Box, plus all the activities of the Speedway and All-Access Tours.


Being a true motorsports city, the Daytona International Speedway offers many opportunities for shopping and dining. But guests who only expect merchandise shops for racing fanatics will be surprised. The One Daytona is a Lifestyle & Entertainment Center complete with 12 stores – from fishing shop Bass Pro and sweets-store It´Sugar to sportswear, sunglasses and guitars. The center also houses 16 restaurants. Here you can enjoy burgers, steaks, Italian and Mexican specialties, ice-cream, smoothies, coffee and much more. The newest blockbusters are presented at the Cobb Luxury Theatre, and “Painting with a Twist” offers creative arts and crafts workshops. In addition, you can get fit at Gold´s Gym and have your nails done at the Venetian Spa. Last but not least, the One Daytona also features 2 hotels for guests who want to stay close to the race tracks.


Check out this video and see what makes a day at the Daytona International Speedway so exciting.


To find out more about events, important dates and tour details, visit the official website www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com. Here you can buy tickets from the online shop, find an interactive map of the race tracks and stay up to date on the latest motorsports news.

If you have enough of scenic beaches and NASCAR races at the Daytona International Speedway, you should visit Tanger Outlets, one of the best malls Daytona Beach has to offer: This open-air shopping arcade catches the eye with lush palm trees, beautiful mosaics and fountains. The variety of shops and special sales leaves nothing to be desired, either. In addition, the outlet is home to many restaurants, provides entertainment for little customers and serves as a venue for events all year round.

What stores are available at Tanger Outlets Daytona Beach?

Thanks to 75 different shops, everybody will find the right product at Tanger Outlets. The main focus lies on clothing stores for every budget – from H&M and GUESS to Old Navy, Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren. Fitness fanatics feel right at home at the Nike Store, Carter´s and OshKosh B´Gosh sell children’s apparel, and Papaya is your top-address for stylish swimwear.

Whether you are looking for flip flops, sneakers or posh leather boots – Reebok and Famous Footwear have you covered. Enhance your beach day with stylish shades from Sunglass Hut, or browse the mall’s jewelry stores: Diamonds are a girl’s best friends, they say, and at Zales, this is definitely true. Bath & Bodyworks is your best pick for beauty products, and renowned perfume brands are available at the Fragrance Outlet.

There are also specialty stores at Tanger Outlets: NASCAR fans cannot leave the mall without stopping by at Destination Fun with its huge variety of motorsports merchandise. Here, you will also find action figures and comics. And if you want to dress in style for the Daytona Bike Week, Wilsons Leather is the place to go.


  • Toys „R“ Us: probably the best shop for children
  • “I love Sugar“: sweets in all colors and shapes
  • Direct Tools: a Mecca for home improvers
  • Kirkland´s: accessories and home deco
  • Java Nail Spa: the mall’s go-to place for beautiful nails

In order to make your shopping experience as comfortable as possible, the outlet offers many amenities: from free WiFi and cellphone charging stations to strollers for rent and a playground for little customers. Speaking of which: Do not forget to pack swimwear for your children, as the mall features a Splash Zone with fun water fountains.

Store Overview

  • Adidas
  • American Eagle
  • Aerie
  • Asics
  • Auntie Anne´s
  • Banana Republic
  • Bath & Body Works
  • Carter´s Babies and Kids
  • CBD American Shaman
  • Clarks Outlet
  • Columbia Factory Store
  • Converse
  • Crocs
  • Destination Fun
  • Express Factory Outlet
  • Famous Footwear Outlet
  • Fragrance Outlet
  • Francesca´s
  • GAP
  • Guess
  • H&M
  • Haggar
  • Hanesbrands
  • Journeys
  • Kate Spade New York
  • Levi´s Outlet
  • Michael Kors

More stores: Click here to see a complete list of all shops at Saw Grass Mills. You can also access all phone numbers and opening times here.

Tanger Outlet Offers – Essential for Bargain Hunters!

Visit the official website www.tangeroutlet.com to stay up to date on deals and offers. With discounts of up to 70%, American holidays and Black Friday are a particularly good time for bargain hunters. In addition, the mall’s restaurants attract customers with happy hours and reduced prices. For 5 USD you can purchase the coupon book that gives you a 90 day access to amazing bargains. If you want to save money, it also pays to check out websites like retailmenot, coupons.com and offers.com.

Looking for a birthday present? Then why not buy a Tanger Outlets gift card – either in printed or electronic form, valid for all 38 branches of the mall chain. Customers who frequently shop at the outlet and join the Tangerclub get rewarded with exclusive discounts.

Tanger Outlets Restaurants – A huge selection for every taste guaranteed!

Tanger Outlets would not be truly American if it did not include an extensive food court. Hungry shoppers in a hurry should stop by at Rise Pies Handcrafted Pizza. Thanks to a 600 degree oven, this restaurant will serve you crispy pizza in just a few minutes.

Auntie Anne´s pretzels are a perfect light snack, Jimmy John´s offers freshly made sandwiches, and if you want to satisfy your sweet tooth, try Dunkin Donuts or Great American Cookies. On hot Florida days, there is nothing better than enjoying Haagen Dasz ice-cream. Want to stay healthy? Then get your daily dose of vitamins at Planet Smoothie.


  • Auntie Anne´s
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • Haagen – Dasz
  • I love Sugar
  • Planet Smoothie
  • Rise Pies Handcrafted Pizza

Tanger Outlets Quick Tour Video

Tanger Outlets Events

The holiday sales are not the only highlight of the outlet’s event calendar. In April, the Spring Family Fun Festival attracts customers with its family-friendly carnival atmosphere, exciting rides, games and Easter Sales. Live concerts and art fairs are held on Memorial Day in May, and the Rodeo Round Up in June features fun arts and crafts workshops as well as a petting zoo. At the Cars & Coffee Series that is held multiple times per year, Tanger Outlets turns into a haven for motorsports enthusiasts: Then, high-powered sports cars, muscle cars and classic American limousines are displayed in the mall’s parking lot.

Halloween is celebrated with trick or treating, balloon animals and face painting for children. Come November, the mall’s Christmas tree gets customers in the right mood fort the festive season. And of course, Santa Claus stops by for a meet and greet with his little fans.

Tanger Outlets – Location, Directions and Hours

Tanger Outlets is situated in northern Daytona Beach. Thanks to its location at Highway 95, the outlet can be reached quickly from most areas in the city.

The outlet is open at the following times:

  • Monday to Saturday: 10 am–8 pm
  • Sunday: 11 am–7 pm.

On holidays, different opening hours apply.

Contact Informations

Contact Informations


1100 Cornerstone Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32117

phone number:

+1 386-843-7459

Opening hours:

weekdays 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

On holidays, different opening hours apply.

Route planner

Overview of travel times from other cities

  • Cape Coral – 4 hours
  • Captiva Island – 4,5 hours
  • Fisher Island – 4 hours
  • Fort Lauderdale – 3,5 hours
  • Fort Myers – 3,5 hours
  • Key West – 6,5 hours
  • Miami – 4 hours
  • Naples – 4 hours
  • Palm Beach – 2,75 hours
  • Pine Island – 4 hours
  • Sanibel Island – 4,25 hours
  • Venice – 3 hours

Tanger Outlets FAQ – frequently asked questions

How many stores are there in Tanger Outlets Daytona Beach?

In the Tanger Outlets you will find more than 75 shops and restaurants.

What's the quickest way to get to the Tanger Outlets?

The Tanger Outlets Daytona Beach are located north of Daytona International Speedway just off Interstate 95.

Which hotels are near the Tanger Outlets?

Just off Interstate 95 and within walking distance is the Holiday Inn Daytona Beach Lpga Blvd. Alternatively you can find some hotels about 5 minutes away by car at Daytona International Speedway.

Daytona Beach Information & Travel Tipps – learn what makes Daytona Beach the ideal place for your next vacation.

Daytona Beach in a Nutshell

Relaxed beach town, home of Spring Break, Motorsports Capital of America – Daytona Beach on Florida´s east coast has many faces. Thanks to a pleasant climate and beautiful beaches, the city attracts many sun worshippers from colder regions, while motorsports enthusiasts flock to the Daytona Speedway. What is more, Daytona Beach offers exciting choices for families with children, nature lovers and visitors interested in history and culture. The city is located just a 5 hour drive from Cape Coral and can easily be reached via Greyhound bus from Fort Myers.

Daytona Beach in a Nutshell

Best Beaches

One of the city’s main attractions is its 23 mile long beach. Thanks to fine sands, exciting waves and turquoise waters, this is the perfect place for a vacation by the sea. The beach is even accessible by car: Slowly cruising on the sand is a favorite pastime in Daytona Beach and shows the citizens´ affinity for motorsports. But do not worry: There are also non-driving beaches. Situated at the Daytona Pier is one of the best beaches for children. After swimming, you can visit the Daytona Boardwalk Amusement Park with its carnival atmosphere, ice-cream vendors, roller coasters and merry-go-rounds.

Even though Daytona Beach has long transformed into a family-friendly beach destination, the city is still popular with Spring Breakers. At the end of the semester, thousands of college students come here to have a giant beach party. But even then, you will always find quiet spots like Ormand Beach to the north – once owned by multimillionaire John D. Rockefeller.

Romano Beachfront Park is an ideal choice for families with children. Here, you can spend carefree days picnicking and swimming in the warm, calm water. Life Guards keep an eye out for little beach-goers. Another access to the beach is located in Sun Splash County Park that also features volleyball nets, picnic areas and shaded playgrounds.

Given the popularity of the city’s beaches, it is no wonder that most hotels are located here. Whether you want to stay at a budget-friendly motel, a beach resort with spa or a luxurious 5-star-hotel – Daytona Beach has no shortage of accommodation options. If you are looking for a pristine beach teeming with Florida’s native species, Smyrna Dunes Park is the perfect place for you. Here, only 20 minutes away from Daytona Beach, scenic sand dunes and hiking trails await you. Thrill seekers, on the other hand, should visit the Daytona Lagoon waterpark with its exciting slides.

Best Beaches - Daytona Beach

Top Sights and Activities in Daytona Beach

Beautiful beaches are not the only attraction Daytona Beach has to offer. A popular place for long, romantic walk is Ponce de Leon Lighthouse, the tallest of its kind in Florida. Up there, visitors enjoy magnificent views of the Halifax River and the Atlantic Coast. Families with children can spend fun-filled days at the Daytona Lagoon Water Park with its 65 feet tall slides. Speaking of heights: At the Daytona Beach Zipline in Tuscawilla Park guests can fly like Superman and master an obstacle course in the tree tops.

For a more laid-back option, visit the museums of Daytona Beach. The Museum of Arts and Sciences houses not only world-class paintings, but also a huge collection of fossils and a planetarium. At the Halifax Historical Museum you can learn more about the city’s history. And if you want to admire beautiful black and white shots, you should stop by at the Southeast Museum of Photography.

The biodiversity of Florida’s coast is displayed at the Marine Science Center. Here, visitors can observe marine creatures like crabs, anemones and stingrays, and even touch them. The Center also treats injured sea turtles before releasing them back into the ocean.

After your day of sightseeing, you can recharge your batteries at more than 400 restaurants. Many of them are located directly at the Halifax River and offer beautiful views along with the delicious food. There is no shortage of entertainment options, either: Beach bars and clubs are blasting live music, while theaters like the Peabody Auditorium and the Seaside Music Theater are perfect if you want to see a Broadway musical.

Motorsports in Daytona Beach

The heart of America´s “Motorsports Capital” beats at the Daytona International Speedway. This giant venue features a whopping 2.5 miles of tracks and can house 168.000 spectators. Not long ago, 400 Million USD were poured into modernizations. For motorsports enthusiasts there is nothing better than watching 50 high-powered NASCAR cars flying by from the ranks. Of course, the most famous event is the Daytona 500, also called the „Great American Race“.

Motorcycle fans love to watch the Daytona 200, and exotic street cars are on display at the Rolex 24 at Daytona. The Motorsports Hall of Fame showcases legendary cars, bikes, boats and airplanes. And if you always wanted to get behind the wheel of a NASCAR racer, you can fulfill this dream after the tour.

The city’s passion for horsepower is not only apparent at the Speedway. In March, the streets of Daytona turn into a Mecca for bikers. Every year, more than 500.000 of them present their choppers at the Daytona Bike Week. The Speedway serves as a venue for the Daytona 200 bike race, while shops are selling the newest gadgets and bike accessories. The event is so popular that many similar ones have sprung up across Florida: for example, the Bike Night in Cape Coral and Fort Myer

Climate and Weather

Thanks to pleasantly warm temperatures and relatively few rainy days, spring is the best time to visit Daytona Beach.