The small city of Port Orange, outside Daytona Beach, offers its renters a quiet, friendly atmosphere that still has easy access to the nightlife and activity of nearby beaches.
For a scenic drive, many Port Orange renters head to Dunlawton Avenue, which extends from the mainland into the Atlantic, traversing over the water to Daytona Beach, where sun, sand and fun await. If renters in Port Orange don't feel like driving all the way to Daytona, however, they can still enjoy the view and have a great time on the waterfront at Aunt Catfish's on the River. It's a funky, lively local restaurant with decor inspired by old-time riverboat restaurants.
Port Orange boasts a very highly rated school system, with six elementary schools, two middle schools and two high schools. Spruce Creek High School has been ranked one of the top 100 high schools in the nation for several years. Port Orange is also home to the Florida campus of the Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Port Orange renters who enjoy nature and hiking may want to drive just a few minutes west of the beach to Tiger Bay State Forest, a natural habitat for native plants and animals that includes swamps, lakes, and pine forests. Those living in Port Orange rental apartments who enjoy fishing can sit next to Rattlesnake Pond or Woody Pond, while hikers can take advantage of the scenic trails.
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