Fort Walton Beach is a northern Florida Gulf Coast beach town in the panhandle area, located on the Intercoastal waterway and Choctawhatchee Bay. Part of the "Emerald Coast," it is a city in Okaloosa County, Florida with a population is around 25,000.
The warm temperatures makes it an immensely popular snowbird destination where you can experience a relaxing escape from winter.
Surrounded on three sides by water, the Gulf, Choctawhatchee Bay, and Santa Rosa Sound, it is riveted with miles of beaches, natural beauty, docks and harbors, and picturesque coastline. Part of the town fronts on the Gulf of Mexico.
There seems to be no end to the variety of places to stay, hotels, condos, RV parks, and rental homes. Rates are reasonable, and it is so convenient to the water and beaches.
This is the perfect place to enjoy a gazebos, a picnic lunch under a big old oak tree, take a hike, ride a bike, boating, beaches, golfing, museums, nightclubs, parks, tennis, the Zoo, and casinos.
You can also check out Okaloosa Island (3 miles), Holiday Isle (7 miles), Destin (8 miles), Niceville (10 miles), Navarre (14 miles), and Navarre Beach (14 miles).
Maybe it is time for you to build a sandcastle on the pristine beaches and just relax! The Emerald Coast features some of the loveliest, sugar white beaches in the world and as it sees almost 350 days of sunshine a year.
You can play golf at a reasonable price in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. If your tired of high green fees, come and see us.
Floridas climate makes it pleasurable to enjoy the sport 365 days per year.
Theres always the time and a great course nearby to enjoy your favorite game.
Fort Walton Beach is a year round fishing destination. Anglers may wish to try their luck to catch many popular species in the surf, by fly fishing, charter fishing, and fishing piers.
For many of us, watching a beautiful sunset where it is warm is what we want.