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daytona beach this saturday

Does anyone have any ideas about closures around the Daytona beach area due to the gov't shutdown.

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South of New Smyrna Beach, the Canaveral National Seashore will be closed. Close to St. Augustine, Ft. Matanzas will also be closed; inland, facilities in Ocala National Forest. That should be all. State and local governments are operating normally, and the National Weather Service is providing forecasts, though with reduced staff.

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NASA - Kennedy Space Center is closed to the public. No tours.

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I don't know of any federal parks or tourist spots in the metro Daytona area. The beach is run by the county and there are a couple of state parks in near-by. They're all open. The closet federal park is probably Playalinda/Canaveral, which is well South and most folks wouldn't consider it part of Daytona.

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In the Cape Canaveral area, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge is also closed.

The Ormond Beach area has a complex of state parks including Bulow Creek State Park, the Bulow plantation ruins, and Tomoka. They're worth visiting, and walking, with impressive trails.

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