Destin, Fl.

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June 4, 2021
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Destin Florida is much more than a little fishing town.

It’s a place that suits everyone, both young and old. Because of Destin’s fishing roots, many local seafood joints have stood the test of time. Mostly due to the local’s friendly hometown feel and, of course, always being able to serve the freshest catch! Destin is also home to fabulous shopping. If you’re looking to shop, Destin has you covered! From outlets to high-end jewelry stores, boutiques and craft shops, and everything in between. But of course, you can’t come to Destin without burying your toes into the most gorgeous white sand beaches you’ll ever experience, and swimming in our crystal clear waters! With so much to do and experience in Destin, we are confident that guests who visit will return again and again.

The City of Destin has beautiful beach parks:

June White Decker Beach Park (approximately .29 acres, over 70 parking spaces, showers and restrooms).  

Norreigo Point Beach Park (approximately 9.27 acres, 27 parking spaces, showers and overlooks the east pass, restrooms coming soon). 

Shore at Crystal Beach Park (approximately 65 feet, 9 parking spaces, restrooms, showers and a covered picnic area).

Henderson Beach is a state park that boasts over a mile of beach that charges a daily admission fee. The park has over 300 parking spaces, beach wheelchairs, covered picnic pavilions, restroom facilities, grills, accessible campsites and parking.

James Lee Park is a county beach park with over a quarter of a mile of beach near the Walton/Okaloosa County line. This park has 3 pavilions, 41 picnic tables, 9 dune walkovers, a playground, restrooms with changing rooms, showers and over 100 parking spaces.