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Top Tourist Attractions in Fort Walton Beach, FL
"Bringing the best of New Orleans to Panama City Beach, David’s Sno-Balls offers the perfect combination of savory PO’ boys and sweet sno-balls. To the uninitiated, these look a bit like a standard snow cone. In reality, however, they are far more flavorful than your typical shaved ice."
"Enjoy authentic New Orleans Sno-balls and beignets at this local hot spot. Kids will love trying their “stuffed” Sno-ball, filled with yummy ice cream in the center."
"The kids are always begging me to take them to David's Snow-balls!. They love the snow-balls and the soft serve ice cream."
"This beach is a bit more secluded and slightly less crowded than some of the other in Fort Walton Beach. It has all the facilities you need for a relaxed day in the sun, including free parking, toilets, and outdoor showers. There is a lifeguard on patrol here and some wooden gazebos for you to sit under to escape the heat of the sun."
"John C. Beasley Park was established in 1960, three years after the death of its namesake and who it’s named after, John C. Beasley. John C. Beasly was noted for being active in civic organizations and government, often including his donation of time and effort toward community advancement."
"Parks388 Miracle Strip Pkwy, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548MoreLess Info. Overlooking the water, Liza Jackson Park provides fishing and boating opportunities and includes a pier and boat ramps. The park features a paved walking path, playground equipment, rock-climbing wall, pavilions and picnic tables."
"This park near Miracle Strip Parkway has great picnic areas and is also great for walking your dog. Not only is it by the beach, it is also opposite the Gulf Island National Seashore. There are over 100 car parking spaces, meaning there should always be space for you to bring your own set of wheels."
"Type of Facilities: 1,000 feet of water front, boat ramps, fishing pier, pavilions, restrooms, and playground equipment. Type of Recreation: Passive, picnics, rest area, boat launching, fishing, and community events"
"With a focus on exploration and science, Emerald Coast Science Center helps guests learn about the world around them. The center has interactive exhibits where kids learn, run and play. Examples include robotics, engineering, physics, electricity, ecosystems and kid-friendly labs."
"31 SW Memorial ParkwayFort Walton Beach, FL 32548(850) 664-1261. The Emerald Coast Science Center was established in 1989 and displays over 45 exhibits within 8,000 square feet of indoor space and 2 acres of property with more exhibitions."
"Little Marler Park, located on Okaloosa Island, offers boat accessibility. This Fort Walton Beach green space features a bicycle and walking path along Santa Rose Sound. Two picnic pavilions and charcoal grills located on the waterfront provide a picturesque setting for an afternoon gathering or sunset picnic."
"Panama City Conservation Park includes a dozen trails that range from a half-mile long to more than 10 miles; they’re popular with hikers, bird watchers, and amateur nature photographers. The park is comprised of nearly 3,000 acres, much of which is coastal wetlands that are so vital to shore preservation and home to a vast variety of plants and animals. Open daily from dusk until dawn, there are plenty of restroom and picnic areas, as well as a covered pavilion that’s available for rent for large group events like birthday parties and family reunions."
"This Panama City Beach state park has been established with the help of both the City of Panama City Beach and the Florida Department of Environmental Protections for all nature lovers. Spanning 2,900 acres, Conservation State Park has activities for all that visit!. Both hikers and bikers can enjoy approximately 24 miles of trails ranging in length from 0.6 miles to over 10 miles with a variety of starting points."
"There’s more to PCB than beach scenery, as you’ll discover while hiking through the beautifully-preserved wetlands at Conservation Park. This vast green space provides one of the most peaceful, nature-filled experiences on the Emerald Coast."
"Address: Entrances to park are located on Elliott Road, Waynell Circle, and Anastasia Drive. Classification: Neighborhood Park. Hours: Sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset"
"With amazing accolades on TripAdvisor and Yelp, Jin Jin King is a top provider of delicious sushi dining in Panama City Beach, FL. With local ownership, Jin Jin King is a cornerstone in the Panama City Beach community and has won accolades and awards for its cuisine, service, and customer-focused staff. From it’s classic dishes to modern cuisine, Jin Jin King incorporates only the highest quality fresh ingredient in every presentation. A couple of our favorites are the 16 Piece Sashimi Deluxe and the Jin Jin King Love Boat, both of which offer a nice variety of sushi, and plenty to share."
"You may well have to wait in line here, but listen: It’s worth it. This Louisiana-founded chain describes its cuisine as “craveably delicious,” and it’s hard to argue. Consider the Banana Foster Pancakes, loaded up with a swimmable Foster sauce, bananas, pecans, and whipped cream."
"11535 Hutchison Blvd Ste 100 Ste 100, Panama City Beach, FL 32407. We eat here every time we are in Panama City. I own a little cafe in blue ridge Georgia and this spot feels like my spot."
"Recognized as an award-winning park, Frank Brown Park is the center of all things active in Panama City Beach. The area offers facilities to accommodate a variety of sports including baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, football, basketball, shuffleboard, gymnastics, and fishing. In addition, Frank Brown Park features a community center, playgrounds, a dog park, an aquatic center, and over twenty acres to host large scale events."
"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 Beach, home to the famed Red Bar and to the quirky Dog Wall – a mural on which residents paint portraits of their dogs. "
"This is the place to see what Florida looked like when only Native Americans lived here. One of the most scenic spots along the Gulf…"