As with beautiful natural scenery, incredible sweets are appealing to all ages. Fortunately, South Walton has plenty goodies to complement our pristine landscapes. Indeed, our 16 unique beach neighborhoods are filled with an eclectic array of candy shops that would make Willy Wonka himself blush.
South Walton is home to more than 200 miles of hiking and biking trails with varied levels of difficulty. Some trails are paved and others all natural, so whether you’re looking for a leisurely bike ride or stroll or a heart-pounding, sweat-inducing adventure, there’s a trail for you in South Walton.
There’s something about relaxing on the beach under the stars beside a bonfire that recalls simpler times. The warm glow of flames kindles the companionship of friends and family, creating lasting memories.
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.