Local Area

The Remey Wealth Advisory Group lives and works in a great area. The Daytona/Ormond Beach area is filled with fun, recreation, and history.


Daytona Speedway NASCAR International Speedway Blvd, Daytona Beach, Financial Advisors 

"Welcome to Daytona Beach" - the crosswalk at Daytona International Speedway and gateway to ONE DAYTONA


Daytona Beach Bandshell Sunny Florida, Financial Advisors

The Bandshell
at The World's Most Famous Beach

The Bandshell was built as a community-use project by the Federal Government Works Progress Administration during the depression. The inaugural concert was held July 4, 1937. The Bandshell is still a wonderful place to enjoy beachfront outdoor entertainment.


Daytona Beach Pier Florida, Financial Advisors

The Daytona Beach Pier
Over the years, the pier has withstood the pounding surf, fires, and hurricanes, but it
still stands just as it was built in 1925. Enjoy a day at the beach with a stroll on the pier.


Coquina Clock Tower Daytona Beach Hilton

Coquina Clock Tower
Daytona Beach Oceanfront Park

Built in 1938 and added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1999, the clock tower's unique design has been proudly standing 30 feet high and withstanding the elements for over 75 years.


Ponce Inlet Lighthouse Halifax River

Ponce de Leon Lighthouse
Ponce Inlet, Florida

During its humble beginnings in 1883, the lighthouse was originally known as the Mosquito Inlet Lighthouse. After three years of construction, it was completed in 1886. For much of its long history, the light house was staffed by a Lighthouse Keeper who kept the light burning. The Keeper and his family resided on the lighthouse property. The lighthouse experienced many changes during its long history as improvements were made to light sources and lens design until it became fully automated in 1953, and the last keeper and their families left for good.

Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the lighthouse is a National Historic Landmark that has been restored and is operating as a museum.


Cupola Fortunato Park Ormond Beach Florida Flagler

The Cupola is the only remaining part of the original famous Hotel Ormond. Built in 1887 by John Anderson and Joseph Price, it was sold to Henry Flagler in 1890. He expanded it, and it became one of the premiere hotels for the rich and famous of the time. After multiple ownership and use changes, the hotel was demolished in 1992. The Cupola now stands in Fortunato Park at the base of the Granada Bridge on John Anderson Drive.

Granada Bridge Ormond Beach Florida

The Casements - Ormond Beach, Florida


John D Rockefeller Winter Home Ormond BeachCasements Rockefeller Home Ormond Beach

Originally the winter home of John D. Rockefeller, the home has been lovingly restored and now welcomes visitors to learn about the history of the home and grounds.


Taragona Arch International Speedway Blvd Daytona Beach 

Tarragona Arch - Built in the 1920s out of coquina rock, is a well-known landmark lovingly restored in 2004.