South Walton & 30A Beaches attractions

Top Choice State Park in South Walton & 30A Beaches

Grayton Beach State Park

An 1133-acre stretch of marble-colored dunes rolling down to the water's edge, this state park's beauty is genuinely mind-blowing. The park sits nestled against the wealthy but down-to-earth community of Grayton Bea…
State Park in South Walton & 30A Beaches

Topsail Hill Preserve State Park

There's some 1640 acres of natural beauty to discover at Topsail, including quiet white-sand beaches, sun-battered wetlands, sand pine scrub forest, a 2.5-mile nature trail, and three rare coastal dune lakes – inlan…
State Park in South Walton & 30A Beaches

Eden Gardens State Park

Inland from 30A on a peninsula jutting into Choctawhatchee Bay, manicured gardens and lawns front the 1800s estate home of the Wesleys, a wealthy Florida timber family. The white-columned house was purchased and ren…
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Blue Mountain Beach

Towering a cloud-kissing (if by cloud-kissing we mean fog) 64ft-high, 'Blue Mountain' is supposedly the highest point on the pancake-flat Gulf Coast. Be on the lookout for blue lupine flowers, which supposedly gave …
State Park in South Walton & 30A Beaches

Deer Lake State Park

Named for its eponymous coastal dune lake – a body of water that sits inland from the Gulf, but is connected to it – this park is rich in scrub oaks, magnolia trees, palmetto copses and wildflowers. A boardwalk path…
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Inlet Beach

This is one of the larger beach access points in South Walton. Inlet Beach itself is hugged by high dunes and old-school A-frame houses, both of which you will walk by as you stroll from the parking lot to a wide sw…
Beach in South Walton & 30A Beaches

Dune Allen Beach

Simply one of the more pleasant beaches along South Walton, Dune Allen is a family-friendly slice of sand that's great for the kids, or adults who just want a view of the water and sand between their toes.