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Friday, June 14, 2024



Whether you are an Owner staying in your villa, or an exchange or rental Guest, it is important to us that you find your accommodations pleasant and enjoyable. If there is anything we can do to improve the quality of your stay, please do not hesitate to call your property management company, Southwind Management.

Our professional staff is always available to meet your needs and expectations. Please utilize this Guest Directory to better familiarize yourself about services and important instructions, as well as helpful information about our area. If, for any reason, you require immediate attention please contact Resort Services by dialing “0” for the Resort Operator.

Enjoy your stay!


Management and Staff

Southwind Management Division
51 South Atlantic Ave.
Ormond Beach, FL 32176

Phone: (386) 672-7550
Fax: (386) 676-0828


Click here to fill out your comment card.

All of us at Spinnaker Resorts have only one job to do: that is to provide you with the best vacation experience possible.

To help us achieve this goal, we ask that you provide us feedback regarding the services provided and the quality of the resort facilities.

Please take a minute to share your comments and suggestions by filling out your Comment Card found in this link.


The Activity Center is open every day with scheduled activities offered Monday – Friday.

Operating hours vary depending on the season.

Please see the white board for a list of daily activities and times. Summer hours are 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult in the Activity Center.

Please clean up after yourself as a courtesy to the next visitor.

Smoking is not permitted in the Activity Center.

There are multiple “public use” computers located inside the Activity Center.

All outdoor games and equipment should be checked out from the Activity Center.

Click here for the latest Royal Floridian Activities Schedule.

Heat pump air conditioning systems are used in temperate climates and are most efficient when thermostats are set between 72-75 degrees for cooling and 68-75 degrees for heating. Constant adjusting of the thermostat will cause the system to malfunction. Please do not leave doors open if your air conditioning system is on.

If your A/C is blowing hot air or is non-functional, please call the front desk, by dialing “0” on your villa phone.

The performing and visual arts are alive and well in the greater Daytona Beach area. While here be sure to explore one of our many galleries, take in a live performance, or contact the organizations below for daily workshops and seminars for the family offered throughout the year.** 

Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center (386) 676-3375

The Casements Ormond Cultural Center

(386) 676-3216

Ormond Memorial Art Museum & Gardens

(386) 676-3347
Fred Dana Marsh Museum & Gardens (386) 676-4050
Peabody Auditorium (386) 671-3460

Mary McLeod Bethune Performing Center

(386) 481-2778

James Harper Fine Art Gallery

(386) 235-4264

Southeast Museum of Photography

(386) 506-4475

Museum of Arts and Sciences

(386) 255-0285

Daytona Playhouse

(386) 255-2431

Halifax Historical Museum

(386) 255-6976

Ponce Deleon Inlet Lighthouse Museum

(386) 761-1821
Surfscape Contemporary Dance Theater (386) 233-4885
Daytona Beach Bandshell (386) 239-6625

** Please see the Front Desk or concierge for a map that lists the locations of all museums and galleries.

For your convenience, Pack-n-Plays are available on a “first come first served” basis at the Front Desk. There is no charge but there is a limited supply. For all other baby needs, Sandy Andy’s Rentals offers high chairs, strollers, beach tents, baby gates, etc. Please contact them at (386) 677-9990 or on the web at
To lock the balcony doors in The Royal Floridian, close the door and lift the handle to engage the multi-point locks. Allow the handle to return to the rest position then use thumb turn to engage the deadbolt.

To unlock, disengage the deadbolt with thumb turn while the handle is in the rest position. Push handle down to disengage multi-point locks, and then open the door.

Volusia County is known for its “famous beaches”. There is a beach walkway leading from the pool deck down to the beach behind the resort. There is a lock on the Beach Gate. The combination to that lock is provided to you upon check-in and is available at the Front Desk. Please do not prop open the Beach Gate. Only registered Guests are permitted on resort property.

There are several driving access points along the beach as well. Please observe all posted traffic laws and rules while on the beach. Directly in front of the resort is in a Driving Zone so please watch all children closely while using the beach. 50 yards to the North is a safer Non-Driving Beach. Pets are not permitted on the beach in the town of Ormond Beach.

Please see the Beach Information Section for more “Beach” information.

Beach Wheelchairs

For persons needing assistance, beach wheelchairs are available for use from any of the four lifeguard stations. There is a limited supply, and they are available first come, first served at no charge. People can check them out from a lifeguard station and use them for a couple of hours, depending on the waiting list. The beach wheelchairs are available at the following lifeguard stations:

  • Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach
  • Dunlawton Avenue, Daytona Beach Shores
  • Beach Headquarters, Daytona Beach
  • Cardinal Avenue, Daytona Beach

Handicap Parking

Physically challenged beach patrons displaying a handicap insignia in their vehicles will be permitted to park adjacent to the east side of the established traffic lanes. Vehicles with a handicapped ID are admitted to the beach free.


East side parking is allowed only when tides permit.

Vehicles must display clearly a DMV issued handicap placard.

Due to extreme congestion, east side parking is not to be permitted in these areas:

  • from the Silver Beach approach to the University Beach approach in Daytona Beach
  • from Crawford Avenue approach to the Third Avenue approach in New Smyrna Beach

“Handicap Parking Only” spaces are provided at all lifeguard stations with the exception of the North County Lifeguard Station at 1665 Ocean Shore Blvd. (Roberta Road Cross Street) in north Ormond Beach.


Please see the concierge desk or the Front Desk for bike rental information.


If you are having trouble using your DVD player please call the Front Desk.


There is wireless access throughout the resort. The Activity Center houses an in-house wired computer for your use. If you need printer paper please see the Front Desk. Please see Wireless Internet for additional information regarding connecting to the Internet.

Copy and Fax Service:
Royal Floridian Front Desk (386) 672-7550 ext. 1231 or ext. 1232

Fax Number (386) 676-0828 to send or receive facsimiles.


One parking permit for the duration of your stay is provided during check-in at The Royal Floridian. Please display it at all times. Please note: YOU PARK AT YOUR OWN RISK. For the safety of your vehicle we recommend that you only park in designated parking spots. Blue passes are for underground parking only. Red passes are for the above ground lot only and a special pass is issued for oversized (6’3”) vehicles and for handicap parking. Also, during high occupancy months you will receive parking warnings/violations if you fail to follow parking guidelines.

Royal Floridian South guests are issued one pass for a one bedroom villa and two passes for a two bedroom villa. The same guidelines apply for both resorts regarding the color of the pass.


Check-out time is 10:00 a.m. on the day of departure. Due to the time it takes to maintain and clean each villa, there can be no exceptions.

Delaying departure could result in additional charges. When checking out (if you have time), it would be a tremendous help to our housekeeping department if you would:

  • Place all dirty dishes in the dishwasher and start it
  • Remove all food from the refrigerator
  • Bag and remove all trash
  • Lock all doors
  • Close all drapes and blinds and set A/C to 78 degrees in the summer and heat to 68 degrees in the winter
  • Make sure that you have all your personal belongings
  • Strip beds and leave used linens on top of beds and used towels in bathrooms

Our resort is a great place for children! However, please remind them not to play in the parking lots, entrance or exit ways and to maintain appropriate quiet from 9:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. Owners and/or Guests will be held responsible for the actions of their children.

Please note, no skateboards, rollerblades or hoverboards are allowed on the premises, and any running on the pool deck is strictly prohibited.

Royal Floridian by Spinnaker offers family activities.

Please check the white board in front of the Activity Center for a daily schedule.

Click here for the latest Activities Weekly Schedule.


We value your comments and observations so we have made access to our “Comment Card” even easier. Upon your departure, you will receive a “Thank you” email that has a link to our online Comment Card. Please click on that link and complete the form so that we may give your feedback our full attention.
You can also visit the Spinnaker Resorts website at and complete the Comment Card there. If you did not provide an email address at Check-in and would like to, please dial “0” from your unit phone and ask the staff person to update your registration information with the email address. We would love to hear from you!


Please keep hallways, walkways, and common areas unobstructed. Do not hang or shake articles from doors, windows, balconies, or balcony railings.


Owners and/or Guests will be held responsible for loss or damage to their villa. Damage or theft costs will be charged directly to the occupant’s account. No property shall be removed from any villa; specifically, towels and blankets for pool or beach use other than towels designated specifically for pool or beach use (blue and white striped). You may exchange pool towels at the Front Desk.


In the event of a medical or safety emergency please dial 9 (for an outside line) and 911 immediately. Please refer to the safety Information tab for additional information.

Local Hospitals:
Halifax Health Center: located at 303 N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach, FL 32114.                                             (386) 254-4000
AdventHealth Daytona Beach: located at 301 Memorial Medical Pkwy., Daytona Beach, FL 32117.                            (386) 231-6000


Local fire codes do not permit grills on the balconies or decks of any villa. There are gas grills conveniently located on the pool deck (by the shuffleboard court) for your use. Basic grilling utensils are available at the Front Desk upon request for your use. Please use common courtesy and clean up after yourself for the enjoyment of the other guests. Also please exercise the same caution as you would at home.


You may utilize the Health and Fitness Center from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. located in the lobby area of the Royal Floridian.

Please remember to clean up after yourself for the enjoyment of the other guests.

No one under the age of 16 is permitted to use the gym.

Note: Please do not use Fitness Equipment if you are wet.

We have provided adequate towels and bed linens for your stay and a starter kit of soap and paper products for your convenience. Additional supplies are Owners’ and Guests’ responsibilities.

If you find that you need fresh towels or linens at any other time during your stay the Front Desk staff can exchange them for you.

Daily housekeeping is available for an additional charge and must be prearranged with the Front Desk. It is recommended that you request this service at the time of reservation, however if you would like service while you are here it must be requested 24 hours in advance. Fees are as follows:

Services** 2 BD 1 BD Studio
Full Maid Service $117/day $93/day $56/day
Linen & Towel Exchange $15/day (for all villa sizes)

**Payment is due at the time of the requested service.


The Owners of the Royal Floridian by Spinnaker Resort are pleased to welcome you and ask that you do the following to keep your “home away from home” beautiful for all to enjoy. Please do not put hot pans or bleach bottles on the kitchen counter top. If you spill something, please clean it up right away. If you cannot get the spot out, please call the Front Desk at “0” on your villa phone for help. Please ask children (of all ages) to keep shoes off furniture and bedding.


Owner Services (877) 842-3201


There is wireless access in all the villas and the lobby area of the Royal Floridian. The Royal Floridian South also has wireless access in all the villas and in the Gathering Room. The Activity Center houses a courtesy computer for internet access for those Owners/Guests who are not traveling with a laptop. (See “Wireless Internet” information in this directory for information about accessing the wireless network from your villa).


Royal Floridian Resort – Most villas in the north building are equipped with a safe for your valuables.  If your villa does not have an in-room safe there are safes available for use behind the Front Desk.

Royal Floridian South – There are safes available for use; they are located behind the Front Desk in the north building. Please inquire at the Front Desk for the use of a safe. There is no cost to you to use this feature.

Management strongly recommends that you store valuables in the safes during those times when you are not in your villa.

To operate the safe you can select one of two ways;
1) Open door, place valuable(s) inside, close the door and select a 4 digit pin then press the lock button (#). To open, simply enter the 4 digit pin.
2) Open door, place valuable(s) inside, close the door and swipe your driver’s license or any credit card bar code. The safe will read the code and lock. To open, simply swipe the card used.

Please leave safe set on “Open” when checking out.


Please be sure the water level is at least 4 inches above the water jet holes before starting. Most models are equipped with an on/off switch (located next to the air control on top of the Bath/Spa). Press the on/off switch to turn on the whirlpool action, and then press again to turn off. The switch is not electrical and cannot shock you. Please clean off suntan oil before use and do not use bath oils, bubble bath, or bath salts in the Bath/Spa.


Two villa keys are provided to you at Check-in. If you find that you need a replacement key or an extra key, you may obtain them from the Front Desk at any time. Upon your departure please return all keys to the Front Desk. PLEASE NOTE: There is a $5 charge for any non-returned keys at the time of Check-out.


Upon your departure please return the key(s) to the Front Desk located in the Lobby of the Royal Floridian Resort north building. By returning the keys to the Front Desk, we are able to alert Housekeeping staff to your departure and provide a more timely cleaning of the villa for the next guest.


Royal Floridian Resort Guests:
The laundry facilities are located on the 4th, 5th, and 7th floors next to the central stair case. Laundry soap/dryer sheet boxes are available at the Front Desk for $1.00 each. There is a fee of $1.25 per load. Quarters are available either from the change machine located next to the vending machines in the lobby or at the Front Desk.


In the event that you are locked out of your villa, please go to the Front Desk for assistance.


For items either lost or found please dial “0” from your villa phone. Found items should be taken to the Front Desk. If items are left behind after your stay they can be shipped back to you for an additional fee. Resort staff is not responsible for items left in villas.

Parcel/Post daily outgoing mail may be dropped in the mail receptacle located at the Front Desk. If receiving mail or parcels, please direct the sender to address the item as follows:

Mailing Address: USPS/FedEx/UPS
Royal Floridian Resort
Attn: Name & Villa #
51 South Atlantic Ave.
Ormond Beach, FL 32176


In an effort to help us maintain the highest level of quality we request that you notify our staff with any item(s) that you find in need of attention. For item(s) in need of immediate attention please call the Front Desk by dialing “0” from your villa phone. For maintenance item(s) found that you would prefer handled after your departure, upon check-out inform the clerk on duty so that these item(s) may be recorded and addressed after your departure. We thank you for your help and consideration with this.

HVAC, water, sewer, or electrical problems should be reported to the Front Desk immediately. A Maintenance Technician will come by to assist you. After hours calls are responded to in as timely a manner as possible by on-call personnel.

The maximum number of occupants per villa are as follows:

Small Studio 2 persons
Large Studio 4 persons
1 Bedroom 4 persons
2 Bedrooms 6 persons

Please note: The occupancy numbers are to be adhered to per Fire Marshall, Town Code(s) and Regulations. Exceeding the maximum number of occupants will result in requesting the excess occupants to depart from the villa immediately.

Please exercise the same caution on your vacation as you would elsewhere. We encourage you not to leave valuables in your car and to always lock the door(s) to your villa when you are not in the villa. Always find out who is at your door before allowing access. If you feel uncomfortable, call the Front Desk at (386) 672-7550 or by dialing “0” from your villa phone or call the local Police Department at (386) 677-0731 for assistance in verification of the visitor. During the overnight hours there is also a Security Service to patrol the Resort.

Neither Southwind Management Division nor your Owners’ Association is responsible for personal articles. Lost or Stolen items should be reported to the Front Desk or to the local Police Department.

In the semi-tropical environment of Florida bugs and insects are a fact of life even though all villas are treated monthly by leading pest control industry experts. Guests are asked to cooperate with the technicians to allow them access for the scheduled treatments – which take only a few minutes. Only those scheduled for the first Monday of the month should need to worry about this service. Please note that leaving the balcony doors open at night could result in bugs entering your villa.
   Royal Floridian Resort Only:
The Pet Policy was made effective on December 1, 2003 and amended on September 20, 2012. The resort’s Pet Policy allows cats and dogs less than 20 lbs. but no other pets are allowed (excluding Service Animals*). All contracts from December 1, 2003 onward have been written with a “No Pet Policy”. All owners who purchased before December 1st, 2003 will still be allowed to bring their pets provided the updated rules (below) are followed:

• Pets must be on a leash at all times and are prohibited in the Common Areas including the lobby and Pool Deck areas unless they are carried by the Owner. (Excludes Service Animals).
• All pet Owners are fully responsible for any damages caused by their pet(s).
• Regardless of your length of stay (Bonus Time included), a $150.00 deposit is required at Check-In and will be refunded approximately seven (7) days after Checkout, provided that no issues/damages/costs have arisen as a result of your pet(s). If within seven (7) days prior to check out additional cleaning or treatment are required, pet owners will be charged for all costs using the $150.00 deposit. In addition to this deposit, you must show proof of all current vaccinations and Bordetella Certificates within seven (7) days prior to arrival.
• All pet owners must register their pets upon arrival at the Front Desk. When making a reservation, please inform the Reservations Associate that you will be bringing your pet(s).
• Exchange Guests (RCI/II) and Renters are not permitted to bring their pet(s) to the resort.
• Pets must be under 20 lbs. NO EXCEPTIONS.
• Management has the right to remove unattended pet(s) and will relocate the pet(s) to the nearest Pet Lodging facility at the Owner’s expense.
• In no event will those bringing a pet(s) to the resort be allowed to have more than two (2) pets in a villa no matter the villa size.
• Any barking or excessive noise from pet(s) reported will result in removal of pet(s) from the property immediately. If the Owner must leave as a result, there will be no refunds or rescheduling of the interrupted reservation.

*As of March 15, 2011, stricter ADA Standards (the “2010 Standards”) went into effect. The 2010 Standards narrow the definition of service animals to individually trained dogs or miniature horses that assist their owners with Physical (not emotional) impairments. In the updated version, “comfort animals” are no longer considered service animals under the ADA. ( Oct. 2011)

Local Pet Lodging:
Pet Paradise (386) 673-8041
Atlantic Animal Hospital (386) 441-7387
Heaven Scent Pet Sitting (386) 673-0917

Royal Floridian South:
There are no pets allowed on the resort property or in the villas at the Royal Floridian South Resort. For the convenience of other Owners/Guests and in an effort to help us provide accommodations free of pet dander and possible pests, no pets are permitted in the villas or on the resort property at any time. A $150 fine will be assessed if a pet is found with you and immediate removal of the pet will be required. There are many pet lodging facilities available for your convenience.

US Post Office
55 E. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL 32175
(386) 677-3839

UPS Store
226 N. Nova Rd.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
(386) 677-4448

Making plans for that return visit, a family reunion, wedding, or just next year’s vacation? Contact Spinnaker Resorts Centralized Reservations for preferred discounts for Owners and repeat Guests.

Reservations Department:            (877) 842-3201
Email Address [email protected]

Spinnaker Resorts Owners, if you are unable to vacation during your ownership week and want to place your villa in our owner rental program, please contact the Reservations Department for further details.

Royal Floridian Resort:
The Royal Floridian Resort’s Board of Directors approved an In-Villa Non-Smoking Policy effective February 1, 2011. No owner, family member, tenant, resident, guest, business invitee, or visitor shall smoke cigarettes, cigars, or any other tobacco product within the vacation villa. Smoking will be permitted only on the balcony area of each villa. If it is found that an Owner and/or Guest has violated this policy a fine of $150 for a professional cleaning of the unit will be charged to the Owner and/or Guest who is registered at the resort. If the next occupant to this villa must be relocated due to the smoke smell, the previous occupant will also be charged for any additional fees that may be incurred by the relocation.

Royal Floridian South:
The Royal Floridian South Resort is a NON-SMOKING Resort. Smoking on the Resort Property is strictly prohibited. Violators will be charged a non-negotiable fee of $150 if it is found that an Owner/Guest has smoked within the villa. In addition to the $150 charge, there may be additional fees charged for the relocation of an incoming guest due to the smoke odor.

Smoking is permitted only on balconies of the Royal Floridian Resort (not at RF South) and around the Tiki Hut. Please refrain from throwing cigarette butts down onto the pool deck below, PVC roof tops, or any common areas.

Outdoor Pool and Spa hours are from dawn to dusk. Operating hours are enforced by the Volusia County Health Department. Resort staff and Security are directed to enforce these operating hours.

Indoor Pool hours are from 8:00 a.m. until midnight. Please follow all posted rules for both pools. There is no lifeguard on duty; you are swimming at your own risk. Never leave children who are not water safe unattended around any pool. There is no glass permitted in the pool/hot tub areas.

Please have non-potty trained children use swim diapers which are available for free at the Front Desk for your use. Even bathing suits with the diapers sewn into the lining tend to stretch out at the legs allowing leakage. The most common cause of fecal contamination in pools is from young children not properly dressed for swimming. If contaminated, Florida State Health and Safety Rules require that the pool must be shut down after a contamination.

PLEASE NOTE: The resort HOA has mandated a $200 fine which will be charged to your villa if contamination is found to be a direct result of improperly dressed children in an Owner’s and/or Guest’s care.

Blue and white striped pool towels are provided in your villa upon check in. Lost or unaccounted for towels discovered after departure will be charged to your account. Towels can be exchanged at the Front Desk at any time.


Royal Floridian Resort
Trash chutes are located on the north and south ends of each floor for your use. Please bag all trash before placing it in the chutes.

If you are on the 1st floor (only) please bag your trash and leave it outside your villa, and one of the Porters will be by to dispose of it for you.

There are Recycle Bins for plastic, and metal cans located next to the trash chutes for your convenience.

Please refrain from throwing garbage into the recycle bins.

Royal Floridian South
When staying at Royal Floridian South trash chutes are located just west of the elevators on every floor.

Please bag all trash before placing it in the chutes.

There are Recycle Bins for plastic and metal cans located next to the trash chutes for your convenience.

Nesting season is from May 1st-October 31st each year. During this time frame, lighting from the Ocean Front rooms must be shielded from the beach and ocean area.

Please keep your DRAPES CLOSED AT NIGHT especially if you have lights on in your villa. Volusia County is extremely strict when resort properties do not follow required codes set by the County Code Enforcement and Environmental Management Group. They can and will fine your Homeowners Association up to $5000 per violation.

Please help protect both the turtles and your Owners Association by complying with these regulations. When on the beach please do not disturb any marked areas where nests are located. If you observe hatching turtles do not touch them and please watch from at least 30 feet away. Please see the Front Desk staff for further information on Sea Turtles, their nesting habits, and conservation facts.


Licenses & Permits
There are 3 types of licenses available to non-residents for saltwater fishing:
• Non Res Annual Saltwater $47.00
• Non Res 3-Day Saltwater $17.00
• Non Res 7-Day Saltwater $30.00
These rules apply to all anglers who wish to fish between ages 16-65. You will need to obtain a shoreline license as well for brackish water fishing, i.e. the Halifax River.

Please contact 888-FISH-FLORIDA, (888) 404-twcc or visit for further information. Best Places to Fish include High Bridge, Tomoka State Park, and The Granada Pier, all great fishing spots for the on-shore angler. If you like to fish in the ocean and don’t want to be on shore, be sure to also visit the Flagler Beach Pier. Please follow all seasonal rules when catching and keeping fish. Each species has set limits that need to be observed.

Blue Crabs are in season year round in Florida. You do not need a permit or license to catch them. A good mesh net (small holes), poultry for bait, a string to tie the poultry to, and a bucket with water or a cooler with ice is all you need.
Early morning or early evening are the ideal times to catch them. However, they can be caught all day as long as your shadow does not hit them while they are in the water. Crabbing is a great family activity. See our Activities Staff for ideas on the best places to crab in the surrounding area.


At the Royal Floridian Resort and the Royal Floridian South we would like to offer you, our valued Guest, several options for local golf courses.

Discount coupons may be available at the Front Desk. 

Cypress Head Golf,
6231 Palm Vista St, Port Orange (386) 756-5449

Halifax Plant. Golf Club,
3400 Clubhouse Dr., Ormond Beach (386) 676-9600

LPGA International,
1000 Champions Dr., Daytona Beach (386) 274-5742

Riviera Country Club,
500 Calle Grande, Ormond Beach (386) 677-2464

Spruce Creek Country Club,
1900 Country Club Dr., Daytona Beach (386) 756-6114

Please call ahead for tee times and pricing. All clubs require a collared shirt be worn and denim is not permitted. If you require assistance scheduling a tee time, please contact the concierge.

Most courses offer discounted afternoon rates along with restaurant facilities on site for your convenience. 

Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory
154 S. Beach Street, Daytona Beach (386) 252-6531

Astro Skate Center
250 N. Highway US 1, Ormond Beach (386) 672-8500

CMX Daytona Luxury 12
1850 Legends Ln Ste E100, Daytona Beach (386) 944-3922

Congo River Adventure Golf
2100 S. Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach (386) 258-6808

Daytona Ice Arena
2400 South Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona Beach (386) 256-3963

Daytona Lagoon
601 Earl Street, Daytona Beach (386) 254-5020

Jackie Robinson Ballpark
105 E. Orange Avenue, Daytona Beach (386) 257-3172

Marine Science Center
100 Lighthouse Dr., Ponce Inlet (386) 304-5545

Ormond Lanes Bowling
260 N. Highway US 1, Ormond Beach (386) 672-2014

Pirates Cove Adventure Golf
226 Cardinal Drive, Ormond Beach (386) 676-9326

Ponce Inlet Lighthouse
4931 S. Peninsula Dr., Ponce Inlet (386) 761-1821

Port Orange Regal Pavilion & RPX
547 S Williamson Blvd, Port Orange (844) 462-734

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There are several public parks around the greater Ormond Beach area which offer a wide variety of activities for the entire family.

  • Ames Park: Dock/Pier for fishing, pavilion, picnic area, and restrooms
  • Bailey Riverbridge Gardens: 2.6 acres set around the historic Pilgrims Rest Church where the first Christian wedding in North America was performed. Walk/Jog trail, Dock/Pier, and fishing. Bait house on site for all your fishing needs.
  • Bicentennial Park: Baseball Fields, Basketball Court, Community Center/Meeting Room, Dock/Pier, Fishing, Gazebo/Pavilion, Outdoor Tennis Court, Parking, Picnic Area, Playground, Restrooms, and Walk/Jog Bike Path
  • Bulow Creek State Park: Canoe/Non-Motor Boats, Parking, Picnic Area, Restrooms, and Walk/Jog Bike Path. Home of the Historic Fair Child Oak.
  • Central Park: Basketball Court, Boat Ramp, Boating, Canoe/Non-Motor Boats, Dock/Pier, Fishing, Gazebo/Pavilion, Outdoor Grill, Outdoor Tennis Court, Parking, Picnic Area, Playground, Restrooms, and Walk/Jog Bike Path
  • Memorial Gardens Park: Although the gardens are located in the heart of the city, walking the paths gives you the feeling of being in a tropical rain forest
  • Nova Community Park: Baseball Fields, Basketball Court, Community Center/Meeting Room, Fitness Room, Outdoor Grill, Outdoor Handball, Outdoor Tennis Court, Parking, Picnic Area, Playground, Restrooms, Skateboard Park, and Walk/Jog Bike Path
  • Sanchez Park: Boat Ramp, Dock/Pier, Fishing, Gazebo/Pavilion, Outdoor Grill, Parking, Picnic Area, Playground, Restrooms, and Walk/Jog Bike Path
Ormond Beach and the surrounding areas have an abundance of shopping plazas including antique and consignment stores, outlet shops, and exclusive boutiques. For more information please stop by the Front Desk or contact the concierge at ext. 1207.
Florida Tennis Center                              (386) 671-8901
1 Deuce Court, Suite 200, Daytona Beach

Ormond Beach Tennis Center                (386) 872-7088
38 East Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach

Trails Racquet Club                                 (386) 677-8081
300 Main Trail, Ormond Beach

Ormond Beach is a water lover’s delight. From eco tours, kayaking, parasailing, and jet skiing, to scenic sightseeing, and more, you and your family are sure to have a wonderful stay.  Please contact the concierge at ext. 1207 for help with reservations or directions.

Aqua Safari                                             (386) 383-4458

Roni’s Go & Do Shuttle Bus                   (386) 290-3998

Daytona 500 Experience                       (704) 455-9443

Daytona Fun Rentals                              (386) 253-2536

Daytona Lagoon                                     (386) 254-5020

Daytona Beach Parasailing                    (386) 547-6067

Dolphin & Manatee Tours                       (386) 761-2027

Beach Information

There are several driving access points along the beach. Please observe all posted traffic laws and rules while on the beach. The beach behind the resort is in a Driving Zone so please watch all children closely while using the beach. Pets are not permitted on the beach behind the resort property at all.
Beach Wheelchairs

For persons needing assistance, beach wheelchairs are available for use from any of the four lifeguard stations. There is a limited supply, and they are available first come, first served at no charge. People can check them out from a lifeguard station and use them for a couple of hours, depending on the waiting list. The beach wheelchairs are available at the following lifeguard stations:

  • Flagler Avenue, New Smyrna Beach
  • Dunlawton Avenue, Daytona Beach Shores
  • Beach Headquarters, Daytona Beach
  • Cardinal Avenue, Daytona Beach

Handicap Parking

Physically challenged beach patrons displaying a handicap insignia in their vehicles will be permitted to park adjacent to the east side of the established traffic lanes. Vehicles with a handicapped ID are admitted to the beach free.


East side parking is allowed only when tides permit.

Vehicles must display clearly a DMV issued handicap placard.

Due to extreme congestion, east side parking is not to be permitted in these areas:

  • from the Silver Beach approach to the University Beach approach in Daytona Beach
  • from Crawford Avenue approach to the Third Avenue approach in New Smyrna Beach

“Handicap Parking Only” spaces are provided at all lifeguard stations with the exception of the North County Lifeguard Station at 1665 Ocean Shore Blvd. (Roberta Road Cross Street) in north Ormond Beach.

  • Children should be monitored constantly while on the beach
  • Take small children by the hand to cross traffic lanes
  • Sunbathe only west of parking and east of traffic lanes
  • Alcohol, fireworks, pets, and glass containers are not permitted on the beach
  • Always swim in front of a life guard
  • Keep a close eye on children while swimming
  • Never swim alone
  • Understand the rip currents and the dangers they present to you
  • Be cautious of wearing earphones while jogging on the beach, as you may be unable to hear cars approaching
Jellyfish are common in Atlantic waters and sometimes wash ashore. Jellyfish stings are rarely serious, but they may require first aid treatment. If you are stung by a jellyfish go to the nearest lifeguard for help.

If there are no lifeguards around (winter months for example), peel or scrape off remaining tentacles with tweezers, a gloved hand, stick, or shell. Treat the infected area with hot water to remove any remaining tentacles. The recommended water temperature is 122 degrees. However, there is not always a way to gauge water temp in a bath or shower, so work the victim up to the hottest water he/she can stand being careful not to scald or burn the victim. If hot water is not available use sea water rather than fresh water.

Please watch for allergic reaction. If present please proceed to the nearest emergency department.

White vinegar may be used to treat lingering pain on the skin after washing. Tylenol or Ibuprofen may also be given for pain.

Lightning can strike from up to 10 miles away. As soon as you hear thunder, please leave the beach and take shelter in an enclosed area. Stay off the beach for at least 30 minutes after the last clap of thunder.

Also please note that the resort Pools will close for the safety of our guests during these brief summer thunderstorms.

Rip currents are a real threat in the waters along the coast. They are fast moving channels of water that can pull swimmers from shore.

If you are caught in a rip current remain calm and do not fight the current.

Swim parallel to the shore until you are out of the current and then swim to shore.

If you are unable to swim out of the current, calmly float or tread water.

If you are unable to reach shore, call attention to yourself by waving your hands or yelling for help.

If you see someone in trouble, don’t become a victim too; throw the person a floatable object, get help from a lifeguard, or call 911.

Please stay off the sand dunes. They are a protected part of Volusia County beaches. Do not remove sea oats or other vegetation from the dunes.

There are imposable fines for damaging the dunes or vegetation.

Sea foam is created by impurities in the ocean, such as salts, chemicals, dead plants, decomposed fish & excretions from seaweed.

As these things break down in the water, currents transport them throughout the ocean.

Once they move closer to land the wave’s momentum causes the matter to bind and create sea foam along the shore.

Place all trash in blue trash receptacles. Bottles and cans go into the yellow recycling containers. Try to leave no trace other than your footsteps when using the beach.

Day Trips

St. Augustine via the Scenic Route
Sure, you could take I-95 to St. Augustine in a little under an hour, but why not take Route A1A? It’s a beautiful, scenic ocean-side drive. The condos are going up fast, but you can still see long stretches of untouched beaches, especially in Flagler Beach. Take A1A North toward St. Augustine. Along the way you will drive through beautiful Ormond Beach, Flagler Beach, Palm Coast, and eventually end up in St. Augustine. Stop for lunch at High Tides or at Snack Jacks. Snack Jacks is a well known ocean front restaurant that is popular with the locals, serves excellent fried seafood and cold beer, and is located at 2805 S. Oceanshore Blvd, Flagler Beach. If you love nature don’t miss Washington Oaks Gardens State Park at 6400 N. Oceanshore Boulevard, Palm Coast. If you didn’t eat at Snack Jacks, definitely bring a picnic to the park. It’s a beautiful place to picnic, walk, and experience Florida nature. You’ll be able to enjoy one of the most beautiful natural beaches in Florida, with its exposed coquina rocks and pounding surf. Eventually you will arrive in beautiful, historic St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city.    Driving over the historical Bridge of Lions into St. Augustine you are presented with a beautiful vista. While in St. Augustine don’t forget to take a sightseeing tour on one of the trolleys. The Resort offers discounted Trolley tickets thru the Concierge Desk. The Castillo De San Marco is the Old Spanish Fort and is a not to be missed part of St. Augustine. Wine lovers will enjoy the beautiful wineries on offer in St. Augustine as well. The San Sebastian Winery or Vino del Grotto are both excellent choices. For a wonderful dinner experience hop aboard the sightseeing dinner cruise attraction which is located at the base of the Bridge of Lions. Reservations may be required; please see the concierge for help with those. St. Augustine is a wonderful day trip for the entire family no matter what time of year you are visiting.
Kennedy Space Center
An awesome, amazing, and fun experience for all ages, don’t miss out on the Kennedy Space Center. From the KSC website: “the only place on Earth where you can tour launch areas, meet an Astronaut, see giant rockets, train in spaceflight simulators, and even view a launch”. The drive is about an hour and 15 minutes from Daytona Beach. Directions to Kennedy Space Center from Daytona Beach: Traveling from the north (Daytona Beach), continue along I-95 and take Exit #215 (SR 50). Turn left (East) onto SR 50. The next intersection is SR 50 and SR 405. Turn right (East) on to SR 405 and follow the signs for Kennedy Space Center. You will travel approximately 11 miles on SR 405. The KSC Visitor Complex will be on your right. Be prepared for a one of a kind experience.
Ponce Inlet

Ponce Inlet is a very short drive from Ormond Beach, but you can definitely spend the day there. Pack a picnic and spend hours on the beach, tour the lighthouse, or check out one of the prettiest restaurants in Ponce Inlet, Off The Hook Restaurant. Take Atlantic Avenue (A1A) South toward Ponce Inlet. Before you reach the Lighthouse you can access the beach at a popular local spot—Winter Haven Park in Ponce Inlet, Florida. Driving is not permitted on the beach here, but there is plenty of parking, bathrooms, picnic tables, and barbecue grills. You can let your children play without worrying about traffic. Of course, always keep a close eye on your children, swim in front of the lifeguard, and educate yourself and your children about rip currents. Another beautiful beach is at the Lighthouse Point Park. Lighthouse Point Park is closer to the Ponce Inlet lighthouse, and is a lovely place to spend the day. Walking out on the jetty is a must. This is a beautiful area to sunbathe, take a nature walk, swim in the ocean, watch the dolphins and boats, and have a picnic. While you’re there visit the Marine Science Center for a wonderful time learning about sea turtles, local marine birds, sting rays, and various other exhibits throughout the center.

Off Shore Fishing from Ponce Inlet

There are many options to be had for a fun filled family day of fishing out of Ponce Inlet which is only a short 20-30 minute drive South down Route A1A.

Sea Spirit offers both full and half day charters plus private 6-person charters as well, and their phone number is (386) 763-4388.

There is also Ponce Inlet Watersports, offering a variety of fun filled water activities year round, and their phone number is (386) 405-3445.

Whether renting a private boat or piloting your own, enjoying inland river fishing in local fishing holes, para-sailing, eco-tours, and water skiing are all at your fingertips from Ponce Inlet.

Silver Springs: Florida’s Natural Theme Park
No matter your age, there are plenty of rides and attractions at Silver Springs that will make you laugh, fill you with wonder, and provide you a glimpse into what life was like here more than 10,000 years ago. Just as they did then, the springs pump out 550 million gallons of sparkling-clear water a day—enough to supply the entire city of New York.

Surrounding the springs is a marvelous diversity of animals and natural beauty you simply won’t find anywhere else. Come and explore the stunning allure of Florida in its natural state.

Glass Bottom Boats offer passengers an unparalleled view of underwater life in the 99.8% pure waters of the Silver River. Their boats, with U.S. Coast Guard licensed captains, will take you on an enchanting tour of the seven major spring formations at the headwaters.

In spring, Fish Reception Hall is home to dozens of species of fish as well as alligators, clams, craw fish, shrimp, snails and six different kinds of turtles, all amidst the backdrop of tiny fossilized shells from 70 million years ago. Peer through the glass and crystal clear water for views that only a scuba diver could have. You’ll be comfortably seated, and covered from the sun and weather.

Also on the grounds is Wild Waters Water Park, which is open seasonally and fun for all ages. Directions from the Royal Floridian Resort:  Take State Road 40 or Granada Blvd West towards Ocala. Silver Springs is located off SR 40 just East of Ocala.

Tomoka State Park and Bulow Plantation Ruins
Native Americans once inhabited this area, and they lived off the fish-filled lagoons. Today, these waters are popular for canoeing, boating, and fishing. The park protects a variety of wildlife habitats and endangered species, such as the West Indian manatee. Tomoka is a bird-watcher’s paradise, with over 160 species sighted, especially during the spring and fall migrations. Visitors can stroll on a one-half mile nature trail through a hardwood hammock that was once an indigo field for an 18th century British landowner. A boat ramp gives boaters and canoeists access to the river. The Park Store offers snacks, camping supplies, and canoe rentals. Contact (386) 673-0022 for more information. For overnight stays, the park has full-facility campsites and youth camping. It is located three miles north of Ormond Beach on North Beach Street, just a few minutes north of the Resort.

No visit is complete without a stop at the Fairchild Oak. The Fairchild Oak is one of the largest Live Oak trees in the south. The tree has stood for centuries, silent witness to the clearing of the wilderness for plantations, and in 1836, the destruction of the settlements on Bulow Creek by raiding Seminole Indians.

The park contains numerous plantation ruins, most hidden in the undergrowth of the forest. All ruins are protected as state archeological sites.

Visitors can take a leisurely hike through the miles of nature trails. Several trails allow hikers to explore the interior of the park, where visitors can see white-tailed deer, barred owls and raccoons. The Bulow Woods Trail, nearly seven miles long, takes hikers to Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park. Many of the Seminole Indians ruins are covered by forest only to be seen from the trails. Bring plenty of bug repellent, sturdy shoes, and a camera for a great family activity. Keep driving north on Beach Street through a scenic view of Old Florida to reach the entrance of Bulow Creek State Park.

Both parks offer ample outdoor activities which include hiking, fishing, boating, kayaking, crabbing, nature observation, and just plain relaxation.

Fresh Water Natural Springs

There are several state parks that offer wonderful opportunities for the entire family. During the summer months visitors enjoy swimming, boating, scuba diving, snorkeling, and hiking the nature trails throughout the parks. Winter offers a wonderful mix of nature to be observed and photographed.

Blue Springs State Park in Orange City off I-4 is about a 45 min. to an hour drive from the resort property. During the summer, tubing down the spring run is widely popular with patrons of all ages.

Scuba or cave dive down into the mouth of the spring head. Take a guided river tour or just relax in the Florida Sunshine. During the winter months the Manatee makes its home in the constant 72 degree waters.

Blue Springs is an excellent place to observe Florida’s natural wildlife in a pristine setting.

2100 W. French Avenue
Orange City, Florida 32763
(386) 775-3663

Deleon Springs State Park
in Deleon Springs off SR 40 is about a 30 minute drive from the resort property. During the summer visitors enjoy swimming in the pristine swimming pool fed by the natural spring.  Boating, canoeing, and kayaking are also available for visitors.

Picnic on the natural grounds surrounding the swimming pool, or enjoy a pancake breakfast prepared at the table in front of you at Old Sugar Mill Pancake House. Stunning river basin vistas surround the park.

Winter months offer nature trails, fishing, and a sightseeing tour of the natural river basin surrounding the park. During the summer months we recommend you arrive early especially on the weekends as this is a popular local spot.

601 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
De Leon Springs, Florida 32130
(386) 985-4212

Alexander Springs
is a wonderful place for both snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts alike. Scuba diving or snorkeling allows visitors to view the abundance of underwater vegetation and fish in the springs. Scuba diving is only permitted in the large spring boil and valid proof of certification is required.

For hikers, Alexander Springs offers several excellent resources. The Timucuan Trail, named after the Timucuan Indian tribe, is a 1.1-mile interpretive loop trail that highlights vegetation used by early Native Americans and is an outstanding location for wildlife viewing.

There are several other beautiful springs to consider visiting throughout the state, for more information please visit

Alexander Springs Recreation Area
49525 County Rd. 445
Altoona, FL 32702
(877) 444-6777 or
(352) 669-3522

Houses of Worship


Harbour Baptist Church
428 Tamoka Ave
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 677-3116

Flomich Baptist Church
1305 Flomich Street
Daytona Beach, FL (386) 252-2062

RIMA Ridge Baptist Church
11 Cone Road
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 672-3644

Prince of Peace Catholic Church
600 S. Nova Road
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 672-5272

Saint Brendan’s Catholic Church
100 Ocean Shore Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 441-1505

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
1020 N. Halifax Ave.
Daytona Beach, FL (386) 255-0433

Calvary Christian Center
1687 W. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 672-5571

Riverbend Community Church
2080 W. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 672-1821

Church of the Holy Child
1225 W. Granada Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 672-4470

Oasis Christ Fellowship
85 South Tymber Creek Rd.
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 676-2640

Tomoka Christian Church
1450 Hand Ave
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
(386) 677-6455


New Bethel AME Church
115 S. Yonge Street
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 677-8225

First United Methodist Church of Ormond Beach
336 S. Halifax Drive
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 677-3581

Tomoka United Methodist
1000 Old Tomoka Road
Ormond Beach, FL (386) 672-6722


St. James Episcopal Church
44 South Halifax Dr
Ormond Beach, Florida 32176
(386) 677-0872

Important Phone Numbers

To Orlando International Airport, for a more direct route with typically less traffic, take SR-40 (Granada Blvd) to I-95 South. Merge onto SR-407 S/Challenger Memorial Pkwy via Exit 212 toward SR-528-TOLL West. Stay straight to go onto SR-528-TOLL West (Portions toll). Take the SR-436 N/Semoram Blvd/Int’l Airport Exit, Exit 11. Then take the Int’l Airport ramp. Estimated travel time is 1 hour and 30 minutes.

To Daytona Beach International Airport, take Route A1A to International Speedway Blvd. Turn Right going West. Continue west to Midway Ave, turn left. Then turn Left onto Catalina Drive. Estimated travel time is 20 minutes.


Daytona Beach International Airport         (386) 248-8030

Orlando International Airport                     (407) 825-2001

Orlando/Sanford International Airport      (407) 585-4000

Delta Airlines                                               (800) 221-1212

American Airlines                                        (800) 433-7300

United Air                                                     (800) 864-8331 

Ormond Beach Fire Department                 (386) 676-3255
Halifax Health Center
303 North Clyde Morris Blvd. (map link will open in a new window)
(386) 254-4000

AdventHealth Daytona Beach
301 Memorial Medical Pkwy  (map link will open in a new window)
Daytona Beach, FL 32117
(386) 231-6000

Please call 911 immediately (dial 9 for an outside line first)
Sheriff’s Department (Non-Emergency)   (386) 239-8276
State Highway Patrol                                  (386) 736-5350


We would like to ask you to review the following information in the event the beachside is evacuated due to an approaching hurricane.

  1. Please place all patio/deck furniture and unsecured items inside the villas.
  2. Set thermostats to 75 cooling or 68 heating.
  3. Please close all draperies and blinds and lock all doors upon departure.

If a hurricane threatens Volusia County, the Local Government will first issue a Voluntary Evacuation Order. In anticipation of an approaching storm, Southwind Management may reserve the right to require that all Owners and Guests in residence leave the resort so that staff may prepare for the impending hurricane. Please be aware that during this stage the resort can begin to experience waves of strong storms resulting in power outages, loss of cable and internet connection, flooding and possible “boil water” orders. The Activities Department will cancel all scheduled events and activities, the Tiki Bar will be shut down and the Maintenance Department will be available for emergency calls only. In addition, available on site parking will be extremely limited.

If the Governor issues a Mandatory Evacuation Order, all residents and visitors are required to leave immediately and will not be able to return until the storm has passed and local authorities allow reentry to beachside properties.

After the storm has passed the Governor will rescind the Evacuation Order. Please call the Volusia County toll-free hot line at (866) 345-0345, locally dial 511 or access travel and roadway updates at for re-entry information and assistance.

When a storm is approaching the area, you should listen to radio stations WHOG 95.7 FM, WVYB 103.3 FM, WKRO 93.1 FM, or watch the Weather Channel 27 or Channel 13 for emergency information and instructions.

  • Know where shelters are in our area
  • Make sure your vehicle is fully fueled
  • Stock flashlights and extra batteries
  • Portable, battery-operated radio and extra batteries
  • First Aid kit and manual
  • Emergency food and water
  • Essential Medicines
  • Cash and credit cards

Call Citizens Information Center (CIC) (866) 345-0345 for shelter information. This number will be activated once the Governor has issued an evacuation order, voluntary or mandatory.

The Royal Floridian Resort is in a storm surge zone. In the event of an evacuation order the resort is required by Florida Law to evacuate. The bridges connecting the beachside to the mainland will be closed to traffic once the winds reach a sustained speed of 39 miles per hour, so please DO NOT DELAY your departure.

State Road 40 (Granada Ave.) west and Atlantic Ave. (A1A) are designated evacuation routes from the Resort property.

SR 40 will be open leading off the beachside in two lanes at the onset of an evacuation, and towards the end all lanes (4) may be directed west off beachside. Take SR 40 to either US Highway 1 or I-95 to leave the area.

Please note: depending on the direction of an approaching storm authorities may limit the access to roads that might lead into the path of the storm.

The re-entry policy will be established as soon as possible and with as few restrictions as possible. The decision to establish general re-entry will be evaluated through continuous coordination among county and state agencies, municipal law enforcement agencies and adjacent counties and will be announced through the news media.

If the beachside is reopened, please consider that due to damage it may take several days before the Resort and area businesses reopen. You must contact the Resort for information regarding your return.


Please read the following information and be familiar with your surroundings. Make note of the location of all fire extinguishers and alarm pull stations. Knowing this information could make the difference in a life or death situation. Don’t forget to inform your guests or family members of the information provided on this page and choose a specific location to meet in case of a separation once you have exited the building.

In the event of an actual fire in your villa or other areas of the building in which you are staying, AN ALARM WILL SOUND. Never assume that it is a false alarm. Please exit the building in a safe and orderly manner. DO NOT RUN!! Please exit down the stairwells located at either end of the building closest to your villa. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THE ELEVATOR. After exiting the building, maintain a safe distance away from the building. Structural fires can cause a collapse of the structure or falling debris. An employee of Spinnaker Resorts or a Fire Department representative will let you know  when it is safe for you to return to your villa, if at all possible.

If you have a fire in your villa or you notice smoke or flames in another area:

1. DIAL 9-911 on your villa phone or use one of the fire alarm emergency pull stations located on all floors at either end of each hallway and next to each elevator area.

2. If you call 911 please provide the address and location of the fire:

Royal Floridian Resort
51 South Atlantic Ave.

Royal Floridian South
53 South Atlantic Ave. “South Tower”

3. Fire Extinguisher locations:

Royal Floridian Resort: Two fire extinguishers are located in wall mounted cabinets at the end of each hallway near the stairwells on each floor and are marked FIRE EXTINGUISHER.

Royal Floridian South: Each villa is equipped with a fire extinguisher which is located under the kitchen sink. In handicap accessible villas the extinguisher is located in the washer and dryer closet. There are additional Fire Extinguishers located on each floor by the elevators. The fire alarm emergency pull stations are located on each end of the hallway. There are four per floor.

Please exit the building using the stairs located next to the elevators. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE THE ELEVATORS!

Please dial “0” from your villa phone if you have any questions on the above information.


On your device, navigate to the list of available wireless networks.

Consult your device documentation if you aren’t sure how to display this list.

Select Royal Floridian Guest Wi-Fi.

Enter the Username and Password listed on the small folder that contained your key cards.

If Spinnaker webpage doesn’t pop up, open any browser and go to any web page (or refresh a page you already have open).

The Spinnaker Free Wi-Fi landing page appears.

After reading the terms of service and privacy policy, click Accept & Connect to get online.


Connect to Wi-Fi on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac

  • From your Home screen, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
  • Turn on Wi-Fi. Your device will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks.
  • Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to join. Before you can join the network, you might be asked to enter the network’s password or agree to terms and conditions.

Connect to Wi-Fi networks on your Android device

To use Wi-Fi the way you want, you can change how and when your phone connects.

When you have Wi-Fi turned on, your phone automatically connects to nearby Wi-Fi networks you’ve connected to before. You can also set your phone to automatically turn on Wi-Fi near saved networks.

  • Turn on & connect
  • Swipe down from the top of the screen.
  • Touch and hold Wi-Fi .
  • Turn on Use Wi-Fi.
  • Tap a listed network. (Networks that require a password have a Lock .)

Tip: After you connect, the network is “Saved.” When your phone is near and Wi-Fi is on, your phone automatically connects to this network.

Connect to a Wi-Fi network to Windows 

Select the Network icon on the taskbar. The icon that appears depends on your current connection state. If you don’t see one of the network icons (or a similar one) shown in the following image, select the Up arrow to see if it appears there.

Choose the Wi-Fi network you want, then select Connect.

Type the network password, and then select Next.