About the course
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The DAYTONA 100 course is North Florida's first point-to-point ultramarathon, spanning over a dozen cities, four counties, and stretching from Atlantic Beach (Jacksonville area) 100 miles south to Ponce Inlet, a gem of a town located on the southern tip of a secluded peninsula, just 10 miles south of Daytona.
From the eclectic feel of Jacksonville and Neptune Beaches, through the upscale communities of Ponte Vedra / Palm Valley, and into America's First City, St. Augustine, the first 35 miles of the DAYTONA 100 offers unparalleled views of the ocean, multi-million dollar estates, and a large dose of history.
The "middle section" of the course -- from St. Augustine to Beverly Beach -- features some true laid-back "Florida" beach towns, including St. Augustine Beach and the beaches of the Palm Coast. It also features the luxe community of Hammock Beach.
Finally, the last 33-34 miles of the course pass you through Flagler Beach and Ormond Beach on your way down to the finish in Davies Park at the foot of historic Ponce Inlet Lighthouse.