Deltona, Florida is one of the largest municipalities in the Volusia County region with over 85,000 residents and continually growing. Deltona is one of the most Southwestern locations in Volusia County, being distant between Daytona Beach and Orlando. Although there is quite a gap in distance between Deltona and Daytona Beach, there are still great opportunities to visit the waterfront area of the Halifax, St. John's, and Tomoka Rivers as well as spending a day's vacation the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. This great municipal city of Deltona was founded and got its name in 1962, being considered the city in between the two largest cities at the time of Daytona and Deland. The Del- and -Tona were taken from both cities and combined to make the name Deltona. From then on the population and relative attraction of the city has exponentially increased, and is now the largest city in Volusia County.
If you or your family is into visiting the outdoors and enjoying nature at its finest, then Deltona is the perfect blend of business and nature-friendly communities. Not only are the homes enveloped with large plots of undisturbed land, but the wildlife and ecosystems are quite unique themselves. The majority of the land in this large city is considered karst topography, being located right along the St. Johns River and into Lake Monroe. With land levels as high as 33 feet about sea level, and being 30 miles inland from the beach areas, there is no immediate or eminent dangers from most hurricanes and tropical storms.
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