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Southeast Volusia County Florida

Southeast Volusia - also known as the Greater New Smyrna Beach Area, this region includes the cities of New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, and Oak Hill; also the unincorporated areas close to these cities.

 ● Volusia County Website

 ● Ecological, Cultural, Heritage, and Recreational Opportunities

New Smyrna Beach - The New Smyrna Beach Resort Area, located on the central east coast of Florida, is surrounded by bodies of water; the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Intracoastal Waterway to the west and Mosquito Lagoon in between the two. New Smyrna prides itself on being a laid-back coastal town, free of the crowds, pollution and noise that plague other Florida beaches. It is the ideal location to go wild with water sports.

 ● New Smyrna Beach City Website

 ● Community Information of New Smyrna Beach

 ● New Smyrna Beach Visitors Bureau

Edgewater - Edgewater is a unique Intracoastal waterfront community, located alongside a diverse ecosystem, the Indian River Lagoon, known as the underwater rain forest. Edgewater’s quiet, small town charm has earned the title of The Hospitality City. Some of the most breath-taking estuaries and wild life in the country are located here. This is home to 300 species of birds, 680 species of fish, playing dolphins, and the famous manatee. Several small, undeveloped islands separate the shoreline and river’s channel from the accessible backwaters and the Atlantic Ocean. To the north is the City of New Smyrna Beach. South is unincorporated Volusia County and the small city of Oak Hill. To the west is pristine hardwood hammocks, rural, agricultural areas and Interstate 95.

 ● Edgewater City Website

 ● Community Information of Edgewater

Oak Hill - The City of Oak Hill is the southern most city in Southeast Volusia County and is the least developed of the three communities, comprising 10.5 square miles and a population of 1,200. Named for its abundance of trees, the city lies along the beautiful Indian River. The town is rich in history, bird life and subtropical flora. Citrus groves were planted beginning in 1865, and commercial fishing began in 1908.

 Oak Hill City Website 

 Community Information of Oak Hill 

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