New Smyrna Beach is a friendly beachside community located on Central Florida’s east coast. A barrier island, New Smyrna Beach offers 13 miles of white sandy beach. Bounded at the north by the Smyrna Dunes Park; at the south by the 57,000 acre Canaveral National Seashore, New Smyrna Beach offers numerous outdoor activities. With an average temperature of 75ºF, guests can enjoy year-round golfing, fishing, swimming, beachcombing, bike riding and surfing.
New Smyrna Beach has quietly grown to its current population of approximately 24,000. The city proper measures approximately 19.5 square miles including its 13.2 miles of beachfront. Turtle Mound and the southern end of A1A blend right into the additional 22 miles of Canaveral National Seashore Park. Tight control of beach traffic and protection of nesting sea turtles helps maintain the natural beauty that is New Smyrna
New Smyrna Beach is home to two very popular parks. The Canaveral National Seashore, located on the southern tip of New Smyrna Beach, and the Smyrna Dunes Park, located on the northern tip. Both parks offer visitors unspoiled beaches and access to a variety of Florida wildlife.