Kids & Family

Underwater Museum of Art Fundraiser May 9 at Grand Boulevard

 The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County (CAA) welcomes back Shawn Mullins and his band Soul Carnival to South Walton to headline the “Under The Sea” party to raise funds for the Underwater Museum of Art (UMA), a collaborative project between the CAA and the South Walton Artificial Reef Association (SWARA).
 

State Parks & Forests in South Walton, Florida

The State Parks and State Forest Lands in South Walton are spectacular. Protected lands make up about 40% of the land south of the bay.

We are so blessed to have such treasure all around us. The lakes, bayous, creeks, forests, dunes and beaches in our parks make SoWal a very special place. Incredible landscapes with coastal dune lakes, lake outfalls kissing the Gulf, flowering dune magnolias, soaring pelicans, dancing dolphins, flower-covered dunes - the wonders of coastal nature are everywhere you turn.

Seabreeze Jazz Festival Celebrates 20 Years April 18-22

Celebration is the theme as multi-platinum-selling, Grammy-winning Kool & The Gang and the Commodores join smooth jazz keyboardist Brian Culbertson, top-charting saxophonist Boney James, and legendary band Spyro Gyra for the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Seabreeze Jazz Festival.  

The "Ultimate Weekend of Smooth Jazz" returns to Panama City Beach, Florida  with over 25 stellar performances of top national contemporary jazz artists set for April 18th-22nd.  Presented by ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation Rentals.

30A St Patricks Day Parade & Festival Mar 17

Bust out your favorite green socks and hats, and practice your jig because everyone is Irish in South Walton for the annual 30A St. Patrick’s Parade & Festival this Saturday, March 17th!

The parade starts on Scenic 30A at 2 pm, just west of County Highway 83 (Blue Mountain Beach Road) and travels west to Gulf Place. The Grand Marshal of the parade this year will be Walton County Commissioner Tony Anderson.

Staying Safe at the Beach in South Walton

At SoWal.com, we are committed to helping locals and visitors stay safe while enjoying our beautiful beaches. The beach is such a wonderful place to relax. At the beach, life is beautiful and we slip into a state of mind where we feel comfortable, carefree, and secure. That's what a vacation is all about!

However, the gulf waters can be dangerous and it's important to always put safety first. For detailed information about Beach Safety go here >

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