Discover Ross Point Park North Of Daytona Beach
The name William Wallace is often associated with a Scottish hero portrayed in the movie, Braveheart, but Holly Hill recognizes a local man with the same name. William Wallace Ross, enticed by a joint family venture involving 200 acres of orange trees, is commemorated as one of the town’s earliest settlers in this 2 acre park on the Halifax River. A historical marker memorializing Ross remains in the park to this day.
Ross Point Park, located at 538 Riverside Drive, extends an invitation to settle your mind, reflect on your own history, and appreciate the promise new adventures. Featuring a 30-foot fishing pier, covered picnic tables, and a well-maintained play area for the kids, this park is a great place to spend a few hours with family. It is also available for exclusive events such as weddings and family reunions. It is open from dawn to dusk and admission is free.
Ross Point Picnic Area is available for exclusive events by securing a rental reservation. Rental reservations are issued by the Utility Billing Department. For information and availability regarding these facilities contact the Utility Billing Department at (386) 248-9432.
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Where Is Ross Point Park?
The physical address of Ross Point Park is 538 Riverside Dr, Daytona Beach, FL 32117. From the Mason-Seabridge (double bridges) in north Daytona, head north up Riverside Drive. Riverside Drive is landside and runs on the inner side of thee Intercoastal Waterway (Halifax river).