The famous honky-tonk on the Florida-Alabama state line hosts an unusual lineup of events, including the annual “Interstate Mullet Toss” to benefit local charities. Get ready to throw down.
Captain Chris Williams was born and raised on the Pensacola waters, making him an adventuresome and knowledgeable guide. Let him charter your inshore or offshore trip to reel in the fish … and the memories.
Local lad Nick Sexton is on a roll with Gulf Coast Pedicab Service. Mixing transportation and tourism, his fleet of bicycle-driven cabs can be booked individually or for group rides, and his drivers are more like tour guides. So even if you don’t know where you want to go, flag down the guys in the bright green shirts to discover the best spots Downtown or on the beach.
It may be small, occupying less than a quarter-mile stretch of Highway 98, but Downtown Fort Walton Beach is big on ways to occupy your time – rain or shine. Whatever the weather, good times are in the forecast when you visit this quaint and quirky downtown to dine, shop and play.
Make your way down to the Okaloosa Boardwalk, where you’re sure to find ways to fill your day … or night. It houses world-class restaurants, nightclubs, and shops, picnic areas, volleyball nets and a playground.
Fudpucker’s, the restaurant that made a tongue twister of a name for itself in Destin, has settled into a new home on Okaloosa Island – offering family fun, nightlife and everything in between. (Seriously, everything.)
Stationed on the north side of Main Street Fort Walton Beach lies a century-old schoolhouse and an Indian Temple Mound dating back to the year 900 A.D., where you can learn how the first settlers lived and even touch some of their primitive tools.
Whether you grew up with dreams of playing with a dolphin or always desired to glide your fingertips along the velvety backs of stingrays, you’ll feel the wonder when you embark on an aquatic adventure at the Gulfarium in Fort Walton Beach.
One stop. Six stores. Endless fun. Your island adventure begins at Soundside Market – a lively collection of shops, located centrally on Pensacola Beach, Florida, directly across from the Hilton. Whether you want to get in the middle of the action or you are looking for a quiet and peaceful day of relaxation, this one-stop market has plenty… Read more »
Fort Walton Beach is a great place to plan a family vacation. There is endless opportunity for family fun times including sugary-white sand beaches, nature activities, and a boatload of inland attractions. Here are our top ten ideas for family fun in Fort Walton Beach.