"'Redneck Riviera' No More, South Walton Now Draws Celebs" by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS via NYT http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2015/07/03/us/ap-us-travel-nashville-south.html
Start each day with a walk along the sugar-white sand; then, rent a bike and pedal your way along the Timpoochee Trail. Any Dune Allen visitor must make a stop along the Oyster Lake bridge — this stunning walkway is the perfect backdrop for a South Walton family photo.
At the end of the day, kick back and enjoy live music and fresh seafood at Stinky’s Fish Camp. A South Walton favorite for nearly a decade, this restaurant was recently named as one of the Top 10 Places to Eat Like a Local by USA Today.
“This come-as-you-are rustic seafood house, Stinky’s Fish Camp, is a local favorite. While the tongue-in-cheek name may imply nothing is taken too seriously here, the food begs to differ.” – Ashley Hardaway, Travel Channel