It’s time to start planning summer activities for the kids in SoWal, and the South Walton Fire District has the perfect opportunity for them to learn better beach safety, develop a skill set for the future and develop new friendships.
If you love outdoor adventure on the world's most beautiful beaches, you'll want to take a day (or three!) to explore the Emerald Coast Boat & Lifestyle Show coming up this weekend in Panama City Beach.
Our latest trip launched from the new Pilcher Park under the 331 Bridge. The water was calm, the wind light, and the sky clear. It was a perfect day to be on the water.
Visiting Eden Gardens State Park is tuning out the rest of the world and tuning in the “Real Florida”.
Trade in your worries and turn on to the splendor of SoWal's great outdoors, with some Florida history to boot. Just a bit north of the beach, Eden Gardens State Park is nestled in the woods of Point Washington, along the shores of Tucker Bayou and the Choctawhatchee Bay. It's the ideal spot to relax and have family fun.
Captain Greg Burnett has a ton of fish tales and he likes to tell 'em!
Some of us work out for vanity or for sanity. Then there are those who find their life’s purpose in fitness.
Walton County Coastal Dune Lake Advisory Board is hosting Coastal Dune Lake Day at Grayton Beach State Park on Saturday, Oct. 21 from 10:00 am til 2:00 pm. The community is invited to come out for a celebration of South Walton area coastal dune lakes on the shores of Western Lake in Grayton Beach. The Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance will have a booth full of information about how to protect the dune lakes, as well as a few tanks of native dune lake marine life.
The South Walton Run/SUP Series 2017 takes place on Saturday, September 30 from 7:45 am til 1:00 pm at Grayton Beach State Park! Entering it's third year with a huge surge in popularity, Run/SUP is the perfect sports competition for our area combining a scenic beach and dune run with a stand-up paddle across beautiful Western Lake. Registration is open online.
SoWal.com Photo Gallery: Run/SUP At Grayton Beach State Park 2016
SoWal hikers, bikers, and equestrians are thankful that the McQuage Bayou Trail is once again open for business.
Formerly used primarily by equestrians (horizontal posts still exist for tying up ol’ Trigger), the newly improved trail was officially re-opened with a Florida Forest Service event July 21, 2017.