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EXPLORE


Ring Gallery 311 Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach / 386-427-1882 / ringfineart.com Mike Ring’s photographs have been collected by Florida residents and tourists from all over the United States and abroad.


Historic Sites NEW SMYRNA BEACH


Dummit’s Tomb Canova Drive, New Smyrna Beach / 386-478-0052 This aboveground tomb commemorates the son of one of the first settlers in New Smyrna Beach.


Eldora Statehouse at Canaveral National Seashore 7611 S. Atlantic Avenue, New Smyrna Beach / 386-428-3384 / nps.gov/cana/learn/ historyculture/index.htm Once the center of a thriving agricultural community, the Eldora Statehouse is a testament to the area’s long history.


Old Fort Park 115 Julia Street, New Smyrna Beach / cityofnsb.com/767/ Mainland-Parks Dating to 500 B.C., the foundation of Old Fort Park is likely the Native American village Caparaca, recorded in 1605.


Sugar Mill Ruins 600 Mission Drive, New Smyrna Beach / 386-736-5953 / volusia .org/services/community-services/ parks-recreation-and-culture/ parks-and-trails/park-facilities- and-locations/historical-parks/ sugar-mill-ruins.stml A monument to regional history, the sugar mill was destroyed during a war with Seminole tribes in the 1800s.


Turtle Mound at Canaveral National Seashore 7611 S. Atlantic Avenue, New Smyrna Beach / nps.gov/cana/ planyourvisit/hours.htm A prehistoric archeological site. The Timucuan Indian civilization created Turtle Mound over a period of several hundred years.


PORT ORANGE


Living the Dream New Smyrna Beach, FL


Dunlawton Sugar Mill Gardens 950 Old Sugar Mill Road, Port Orange / dunlawtonsugarmillgardens.org A historical site and gardens spread over 10 acres.


Gamble Place 1795 Taylor Road, Port Orange / 386-304-0778 / crackercreek .com/gamble-place The old citrus packing house grounds are home to wildlife, ancient cypress trees, and beautiful azalea blossoms.


OAK HILL Through the camera's lens,


experience our laid-back coastal paradise with this unique 180-page hardcover book.


www.nsbLivingtheDream.com To order, visit


Seminole Rest 210 River Road, Oak Hill / 386-428-3384 / nbbd.com/ godo/cns/SeminoleRest Seminole Rest consists of several prehistoric shell mounds dating from 2,000 B.C. to 1565 A.D.


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