Port Orange is nestled just right in between Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach then flanked by the Inter-coastal waterway. Just far enough away from Daytona Beach that it doesn't get overrun during Speed Weeks, Bike week, or Spring Break; but close enough to see what is going on. Port Orange is a small but growing community catering to growing families, singles, empty nesters, and retirees.
Things to do in Port Orange
Port Orange is great for anyone that loves the outdoors; from horseback riding at the Shenandoah Stables, kayaking and eating at Cracker Creek, to butterfly watching at Sugarmill Botanical Gardens. Fishing, don't forget fishing anywhere along the inter-coastal or take a charter boat out into the Atlantic Ocean. Also, you can tee it up at Cypress Head Golf Club; voted best course in Volusia county by Daytona Beach News Journal Readers. For the more relaxed of us, you can go catch a movie at Hollywood Theaters boasting; stadium seating with high-back rocking love seats, digital surround sound and all digital Sony projection in each of their 14 wall to wall screens.
Schools Serving Port Orange
Schools serving Port Orange apartments include Spruce Creek Elementary, Cypress Creek Elementary School, Sweet Water Elementary, Port Orange Elementary School, Sugar Mill Elementary School, Horizon Elementary School, Creek Side Middle School, Silver Sands Middle School, Community Learning Center East, Spruce Creek High School, and Atlantic High School. Most preschools, elementary schools, and middle schools serving Port Orange are located in close proximity to apartments in Port Orange. Some private and Religious schools serving Port Orange apartments are; Rock Church Academy, Florida Christian Academy, Gateway Christian Academy, and Wise Independent Private School. Also, located in Port Orange is Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Shopping in Port Orange
The Pavilion at Port Orange is an open-air shopping center located close to Port Orange apartments just south of Daytona Beach. Anchored by Belk department store, The Pavilion features food, entertainment and shopping for the entire family. The Pavilion offers great shopping from local boutiques and national retailers, like Ulta, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Petco, Party City, Michael's and David's Bridal. At the end of the day, enjoy dinner at one of the restaurants and a movie at one of Hollywood Theaters 14-screens.
Business Community of Port Orange
Among the numerous corporate partners that call Port Orange home are: Halifax Community Health Systems (Hospitals/Health Care), Northstar Food Service (food distributor), Thompson Pump and Manufacturing (pump manufacturer), Don Bell Industries (sign manufacturer), Meypack Packing Systems USA (robotic automation), La-Man Inc. (air filter manufacturer), and Sun Coast Imaging (medical imaging). Also the tourism industry plays a part in the local economy with hotels, restaurants, fishing, boating, and water activities all steps away from Port Orange apartments.
Traffic and Driving in Port Orange
Whether you are going for a Sunday afternoon cruise or driving to work Monday morning; traffic in Port Orange hardly ever slows you down. Dunlawton Avenue is where most of Port Orange apartments are located off of, from Dunlawton Avenue it is easy to get to I-95 or Nova Road. Spruce Creek Road and Ridgewood Avenue are connected to Dunlawton Avenue; and just across the intercoastal in intersects Atlantic avenue.These are the opinions of writers and not the opinions of SunStateApartments.com or any of our advertising partners.