The Spruce Creek Fly-In is just what it's name implies, a place to live that also has its own airport and the ability for a homeowner to be able to taxi into their own back yard and park their plane in their own hangar. There are other reasons to live in this community, however, including many social and recreational offierings, clubs and activities to keep everyone busy plus tennis and restaurants.
There is also the Spruce Creek Country Club. The course winds through oaks and pines with some water among the greens. The design is set to satisfy and inspire all golfs, from the duffer to the professional. "Golf Digest" listed this course as one of the top five in the Volusia County area. The private airport may be made available to the public with arrangements beforehand. The golf course boasts 27 holes and was built in 1974 and designed by Bill Amick. The greens and fairway are Bermuda Grass. The course is open all year.