Santa Rosa Beach
While much of Walton County has a timeless feel to it, these local communities are steeped in history.
There’s no better way to get “up close and personal” with South Walton than a bike ride along the Timpoochee Trail. The approximately 18.5-mile trail, named after an influential Euchee Indian Chief, winds past dune lakes and state parks and beach access points through several charming beach neighborhoods. It’s a perfect day trip for the family, an ideal way to get some exercise, and a whole lot of fun.
When you’re wondering where to eat, ask a chef. They know a thing or two about taste, and they have limited opportunities to eat out because they’re always working at mealtime, so they make their meals...
Part of South Walton’s charm is the seemingly limitless variety that it offers, and dining is no exception. With so many families coming to vacation here, there are plenty of kid-friendly spots to make eating out an adventure (in a good way). So, when you’re in search of a spot for your next restaurant, here are a few options that add a bit of scenery and/or entertainment to the experience: