Deltona is the perfect balance of Ecological Tourism, Nature and Economic Development Deltona is becoming one of the most ecological cities in the United States. It is pedestrian friendly and boasts many green and blue areas, not to mention the gorgeous nature surrounding it. So, when visiting Deltona, why waste your time inside of a car?
Deltona Trails Accelerating Deltona's community forward by enjoying a bike-friendly destination where people want to explore, spend and stay.
Liz Schold of @MyFWC and Jerry Mayes visit Thornby Park to view the new signs. Is this an Outdoor Classroom? What is "The Treasure Tree"? Where does this old Indian Trail come from? These and many other questions may now be answered by reading our new informational signage, which is being placed throughout Deltona's EcoParks. To begin this adventure, we have Thornby Nature Park, which is full of history and has quite a story to tell. For example: Archaeological samples indicate that a Second Seminole Indian War (1835-1842) fort was most likely at this location or to the east on the high Thornby Indian Mound, remnants of which are nearby the lake. The fort was near the intersection of several trails leading to St. Augustine, Smyrna and points to the Northwest. The mound was used for road bed and the cleared site later became a citrus grove.
Deltona Blueways and a map of proposed ideas for culverts, landings and portages. There's much to see and experience in Deltona, Florida. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us and our Blue Trails. We hope that you enjoy our website and take a moment to send us a message. The above map indicates proposed ideas for Deltona Blueways.