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South Walton Email Newsletter


To really experience South Walton, you’ve got to wiggle your toes in the sugar white sand, eat our fresh seafood and paddle along one of our 15 rare coastal dune lakes. Even if your vacation is still weeks away, it’s never too soon to start daydreaming about South Walton. Check out one, or all, of our videos and get a little taste at what awaits you when you arrive.

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Perfect Place to Shop

Shopping in South Walton feels like a paradise, from one-of-a-kind boutiques to luxury brand stores throughout the area. Explore Grand Boulevard, The Market Shops at Sandestin, the Village of Baytowne Wharf, Gulf Place, Merchants of Seaside, Shops of Grayton or Silver Sands Premium Outlets in Miramar Beach.

Ecosploring in South Walton

Have you explored all that South Walton's natural beauty has to offer? The area is perfect for kayaking, hiking, paddleboarding, biking and discovering other Ecosploring activities.

Emeril's Florida - South Walton, FL

On the new television series for the Cooking Channel, Emeril's Florida host Emeril Lagasse travels throughout the Sunshine State showcasing the local restaurants, cooking styles, fishing, farming and agriculture available.

4th of July in South Walton

All along South Walton Beaches is an all-American celebration every year during the first week of July. Parades, flags, watermelon and music blend perfectly with beautiful beaches and happy families.

Bass 2 Billfish in South Walton

Recently, Peter Miller and friends journeyed to South Walton to snag some bass and trout. In this episode, this father and son duo caught and enjoyed their fresh Florida catch on the dock of the Baytowne Marina at Sandestin.

Bass 2 Billfish in South Walton episode 2

In this new show professional fisherman Peter Miller travels around the state to showcase Florida's diverse fishing environment. Recently took a trip to South Walton to see what they could snag. From right off the beach to ten miles into the gulf they were able to catch everything from red fish to amberjack to cobia.

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