QUESTIONS?
TO ORGANIZE YOUR
ATHLETIC EVENT AT A
VOLUSIA COUNTY SITE

Please contact the
Daytona Beach Area
Convention & Visitors
Bureau

386-255-0415 EXT 138

Samuel Butts Youth Archeological Park
(City of Daytona Beach)

Location: 750 Bellevue Avenue,
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Phone: 386.671.8377
Hours: Sunrise to sunset
Admission: Free
Website

Samuel Butts collected artifacts of prehistoric humans and bones of prehistoric animals at this site for 20 years. He found spear joints, bone tools and pottery fragments left by the Timucuan Indians. One of his larger finds was skeletal material from a mastodon that roamed the area during the Ice Age. The park was dedicated to Mr. Butts in 2004. He requested that the park be dedicated to motivate youth to study the environment and the area's prehistory, natural history and cultural history. Today, the park includes a lake and is a habitat and santuary for aquatic life and migratory waterfowl.

Samuel Butts Yout Archeological Park
 
Ample parking spaces. 
  • Restrooms
  • Fishing pier
  • Trail - walk/jog/cycle
  • Pier
  • Wildlife habitat
  • Gazebo