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New Year's in Destin
Ring in 2022 on the Emerald Coast with some of these great events! Noon Year’s Eve Just For Kids at LuLu’s December 31, 2021 Mark your calendars for LuLu’s 6th Annual Noon Year’s Eve celebration just for kids on Friday, December 31, at 10 am...Read more
December in Destin
You haven't had a "White Christmas" until you've experienced a White Christmas in Destin! With the snow white shoreline, and less snowy temperatures, you may make Destin a regular holiday vacation! Besides the goreous beach, dining & shopping experiences, Destin and the surrounding areas offer...Read more
Thanksgiving in Destin, FL
If you're looking for a local spot to have an amazing Thanksgiving meal this holiday, check out our list of those restaurants who are open and serving all the Thanksgiving fixings. Royal Palm Grille Hours: 11am to sell out Special Thanksgiving Menu, no Reservations required...Read more
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There's always spooky good fun to be had in Destin, and this weekend is no exception! Check out these fun, festive events.Read more
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If you haven't already carved your Jack-O-Lantern, we've found some great tips to make the experience perfect! 1. Select your pumpkin according to your design. Choose a large, smooth-skinned pumpkin that is free of bruises and has a long stem. When transferring dots from a...Read more
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It's always good to know the rules before going to a new vacation spot. One of the main questions we get is "Are dogs allowed on the beach?". Below you will find that answer and others. BEACH WHEELCHAIRS — To request a beach wheelchair, please...Read more
What's not to love about the place we call home? If you're looking for gorgeous emerald waters, snow white sand, the best in shopping & dining experiences, and maybe a little beach volleyball, then Miramar Beach is the place for you! Miramar Beach, FL is...Read more
We are committed to beach safety. The flag system indicates current surf conditions based on what color safety flag is flying at the beach. Please take a minute to study the flag warning system and learn what the colors mean. Green: Low Hazard (Calm conditions,...Read more
The importance of obeying the flag warning system is due to powerful rip currents that occur along the gulf coast. The double sand bar topography of this region creates dangerous rip currents. These currents form when there is a break in the sand bar, which...Read more
Beach Of South Walton Rules No glass containers on the beach No littering No swimming or wading on days when a double red flag is flying No dogs on the beach, unless resident with a valid permit during approved hours No vehicles on the beach,...Read more

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