Scheduled Activities

  • NASCAR Driving Experience - Daytona International Speedway NEW FOR 2021!!

    BEST. EXPERIENCE. EVER.


    Drive a NASCAR race car by yourself on the Daytona International Speedway- home of the Daytona 500, the most prestigious race in NASCAR. Daytona International Speedway features multiple layouts including the large primary 2.5-mile tri-oval speedway with 31 degrees of banking in the turns. Daytona International Speedway is proud to be a permanent home to NASCAR Racing Experience which operates year round. Opportunity limited to 56 slots
    Experience Includes:

    • 6-8 laps around the Daytona Speedway
    • Photos in race suit and car


    Sponsored by: Sherwin Williams

  • Golf Outing

    MOST OCEANFRONT HOLES IN FLORIDA!

    Nestled along the shoreline and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, our breathtaking Jack Nicklaus designed Ocean Course winds along pristine wetlands and sparkling lakes. Additionally, the Ocean Course plays six holes directly on the picturesque Atlantic Ocean. The photo-worthy views are just the beginning, this award winning course is home to a four-hole finish nicknamed "The Bear Claw" – a challenge consistent with a memorable experience.


    Sponsored by: PPG

  • Deep Sea Fishing

    A UNIQUE FISHING EXPERIENCE

    You and your fellow anglers will head out into the deeper waters of the Atlantic Ocean in pursuit of a wide variety of deep sea fish. These are entirely different from your routine shallow water fish. We are talking big game fish – tuna, sharks, swordfish, and marlin to name a few. You usually will not find these types of sport fish closer to shore, as they need open and deeper waters to feed. You may very well end up with a great story to share back home.


    Sponsored by: Graco

  • Kayaking Ecotour NEW FOR 2021!!

    EXPERIENCE THE FRAGILE ECOSYSTEM

    Join Ripple Effect Adventure Outfitters to experience the wonder of the fragile ecosystem of Pellicer Creek and its abundant wildlife – a real Florida adventure! From your kayak, we show you a bald eagle nest. The birds have been longtime residents of the park. You may see river otters, dolphins, manatees, and many bird species, too. Our guides are professional kayakers and expert naturalists.

    Pellicer Creek, a state canoe trail and Outstanding Florida Waterway, begins in wetlands in Flagler County. Fed by numerous smaller creeks, it flows through Faver-Dykes State Park, meandering through salt marshes bordered by hardwood forests. Pellicer Creek eventually enters the magnificent lagoon at the Matanzas River, where it meets the Atlantic Ocean.

    Within the park, you can enjoy visiting a variety of plant communities: pinelands, hammocks, swamps, bayheads, and marshes. The peaceful setting offers the unhurried visitor a chance to relax, reflect, explore, discover, and wonder. The tour fee includes entry to the park, so please feel free to explore the park after the tour is over.


  • St. Augustine Tour

    VISIT TO HISTORIC AND CULTURALLY RICH ST. AUGUSTINE.

    You will be taken by bus to St. Augustine about 40 minutes north of the Hammock Bay Resort and given the time to explore its cobblestone streets and find historic sites all around the downtown area. Your tour will start with a private group trip that will take you around the old town and point out all of the main attractions.

    Afterwards you can move about the town at the pace you are comfortable with and go back and explore the sites that interest you most. You can have lunch at one of St. Augustine's many fine restaurants and then in the afternoon you will board the bus and return to the Hammock Bay Resort.

    You will have the opportunity to gaze up at the Louis Comfort-Tiffany stained glass at Flagler College, climb the steps of the lighthouse, take a sip from the fountain of youth or learn about the vast history of Aviles Street, the oldest street in the oldest city in the nation. Parts of the city predate the country itself!

    St. Augustine was founded forty-two years before the English colony at Jamestown, Virginia, and fifty-five years before the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts – making it the oldest permanent European settlement on the North American continent.





Please direct questions to:

Tracy Dunglinson, tdunglinson@technologypub.com, 412-431-8303 x149

Lauren Skrainy, lskrainy@technologypub.com, 412-431-5823

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