E DERAL WRITERS' PROJECTS
Daytona Beaoh, Florida
Ce Goebel, Reseaorh Worker RECREATION-4680
Stse Aug. 5, 1986
o .390 words M. Converse, Editor
S Conrad Ball Park, on S3 Woodland Blvd., 1 mile south of
*j~ i ornera, is tho spring training field for major league
taas, who play exhibition gamos in addition to the regular looal
,eil'ball program. (Home of Minneapolis Millers of the American
oiation in 1936).
Tennis Courts, under supervision of DeLand Tennis Associa-
:tfon, are provided at Conrad Park membership fee $2 per year.
SAlso in the park is the Soft Ball Diamond for public free
STourists' Comnmnity House and Recreation Center, located
on the same square as City Hall and Chamber of Commerce Bldg. (1
-blook southwest of corner Woodland Blvd. and New York Ave.), is
the center of tourist activities from Sept. to May. The Comtmnity
House assembly room is available for cards, checkers eto., while
Outdoor facilities are provided for bowling, shuffleboard and
&oque, upon payment of a nominal membership fee.
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na Beach, Florida
'" In 0ity Park, on W. Indiana Ave., the Municipal Bandshell
utilized for public entertainments, city band oonoerts and Sunday
trnoon concerts by Stetson Students' Band, during school season,
tdoor seating facilities are provided for several hundred persons.
S*\ Horseshoe Courts, east side of N. Florida Ave. between W.
w York and W. Indiana Aves., are used'by players any time without
DeLand S3eet Club is located at the County Fair Grounds
SW.e New York Ave., 4 miles west of center of DeLand. Rates may
e secured from olub secretary.
No admission is required to the pionio rounds at Ponce
Leon Springs, 9 miles north of DeLand via US #17-Fla.#1 H'y.
i1 e casino provides lodging and accommodates dinner parties. Boating,
swimming and dancing are additional features.
Parking and pionio grounds are available at a cost of 10
Per person at Blue Springs, 7 miles south of DeLand, following US
:T17-Fla,.3 H'y. to Orange City and Blue Springs Ave. Small boats
-bagy be rented for trips or fishing.
Admission of 10 is charged to enter grounds surrounding
Green Springs, where pionio'facilities are provided. (Directions:
.14 miles southeast of DeLand via US #17-Fla.#3 H'y. through Orange
City, turning east at sign to Benson Springs on Lake Monroe, following
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shore 1 mile to Green Springs.)
SLake Winnemiqtt, a small body of water where bathing
pionio faotlities are available at no boost, is located 8
jles east- of DeLand via Fla,. 75 I'y. (Sign on the north sida
t road denotes turn-off to lake),
By Rmbye K. Goebel,
Re search Worter
Edited by N. Converse,
Aug, 5, 1986
DAATOfOA BEACH, FLORIDA
DeLand Chamber of Commeroe.
DeILan City Directory, published
by R. L, Polk & Co.
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