Recently, for divers looking to find their own adventure, an artificial wreath was built in the shape of a turtle in Grayton Beach State Park and is “geared for snorkelers wanting to enjoy marine life close to shore,” according to an article in Walton Outdoors.
You will have to excuse me being wrapped up in those intoxicating aspects of South Walton when I tell you I have missed on the celebrities that are flocking to the area.
There are more specialty boutiques, shops and food purveyors than you can shake a stick at in and around For Heaven’s Sake.
This is pretty cool. I never learned to surf, water ski, body surf or even belly flop correctly. Luckily, my kids do not have to suffer the same fate. All along Grayton Beach there are surfing opportunities and it is a shame to not at least try surfing when on vacation.
When someone plans a trip to visit South Walton, the numerous shops, eateries and activities can be a bit overwhelming once they arrive. You want to spend your entire trip taking in all that this side of the Emerald Coast has to offer, but it can be disappointing if you missed a top rated beach or bar.
When you head down to the panhandle beaches for vacation, you will quickly notice flags displayed on the beaches. These flags are there for your safety and information and indicate the risks associated with swimming.
Never ceases to be the case that people who first hit the Beaches of South Walton realize they have been missing out!
There are are plenty of great restaurants along 30A and The Beaches of South Walton. One restaurant, Redd’s Fueling Station, recently celebrated it’s two year anniversary.
The Walton County Tourist Development Council has graciously started a pilot program to provide shuttles from nearby parking to local beaches and shops.
Why bother dealing with the traffic and hassle of waiting to be seated at your favorite restaurant when the food can come to you?