5 Reasons to Stay at Ariel Dunes

Never been to Destin, Florida? No problem! We’ve got the perfect location to suit ALL of your vacation needs: Ariel Dunes in Seascape Golf Tennis & Beach Resort has a little bit of everything upd2h2m. Here are the main reasons you should be planning your spring break or summer vacation here, now!

  1. Location, LOCATION, Location

Nestled between Destin and 30A, you can get literally anywhere on The Emerald Coast with ease from this strategic locale. Need to hit the Santa Rosa Outlet Mall? 2 miles. Charter Fishing? 6 miles. The historic Destin Harbor? 7 miles. The fabulous 30A you’ve heard so much about? 8 miles. The list goes for miles…. 😉

2. Convenience.

Normally when you think “convenience” you think of fast food or your local Walgreens corner store. That is not the case at Seascape Resort. Here, convenience means fresh food delivered to your room from the resort’s very own restaurant: Cabana Cafe. This fabulous food makes it hard to leave your condo, much less the resort!

3. So much room for activities!!!

No, really, activities. It’s a “Golf, Beach & Tennis” resort but you could replace those adjectives with nearly anything- they really do have it all! You can also shoot some hoops, swim laps in the pool, OR take advantage of the numerous water sports available on The Gulf of Mexico!

You won’t be bored this vacation.

4. Coming in “Early 2017”

With construction finishing up on the Seascape Town Centre– slotted to finish in early 2017– the fun has just begun! The 55,000 square foot commercial area is said to have a large scale tiki bar, zip line & ropes course, remote control boats, golf chipping section, and LIVE music venues.

5. DISCOUNTS!!

With a few dates still available for Spring 2017, guests of My Vacation Haven can use our promo code SPRING17 to redeem 15% off their stay at Ariel Dunes by booking today!

(Offer ends March 13th, 2017)

 

Contact our Guest Relations team to learn more at 1.800.553.0188 | info@myvacationhaven.com

4 Reasons why Beachin’ is Better in the Off-Season

Who doesn’t love a summer vacation to the beach?! It’s the perfect combination of excitement and relaxation. Hate the sand? Not a great swimmer? There are still tons of things to do to keep you entertained during a visit to the Emerald Coast.

Now here are 4 reasons why you’re doing it wrong if you only go to the beach during the busy season:

1. Less Traffic: A vacation should be about getting away from the hustle and bustle, which is why a trip to the beach during the off-season is that much better. You can go out to eat without enduring tourist traffic. There’s no waiting for your table while listening to Aunt Edna and Cousin Katie argue about what to eat for the eighth time in a row while you contemplate what you would be willing to eat if they would just. shut. up.

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 2. Cheaper Rates: Leave Aunt Edna and Cousin Katie behind this time. You don’t have to split the bill to make this vacation affordable! Loads of condominiums reduce their rates during the off-season, making a trip to the beach significantly more affordable. There’s something for nearly every budget- and it doesn’t stop there. Condos aren’t the only ones looking for your business now that school is in session. You can find special offers and reduced rates for shopping, eating out… just about anything. Bonus perk: the staff of any given business in a seasonal locale will be able to give you their undivided attention to treat you like the royalty that you are.

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3. Think you’re missing out on that Florida Sunshine by coming during the off-season? Think again. Not only is the weather fabulous during the months of September and October on the Emerald Coast- the water is actually warmer. That’s right, you heard me, the Gulf of Mexico is warmer in September and October than it is during spring break season or early summer. PLUS the heat index is on the downhill slope, making midday outings that much easier. Double win.

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4. Sure, these are all great reasons to go on vacation, but who wants to visit a ghost town?! No one. Alas, you’re in luck, because September & October isn’t “Autumn” or “Off-Season” … it’s Festival Season! You’ve got Seafood Festival, the Destin Fishing Rodeo, songwriter’s festival, BEER FESTIVAL, weekly concerts in 30-A & Sandestin and tons more events to take advantage of the perfect weather on The Emerald Coast this time of year. But hey, do what you want. I know where I’ll be…

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A few Laid-Back Places to eat along Hwy 30A!

Pickles Beachside Grill
This retro 1950‘s style diner is a beachside burger bar famous for fried pickles. Mosey on in wearing your swimsuit and flip flops to refuel after a day of play in the sun. Their salty seasoned french fries are the best! Perfect for a snack fix at the beach.

Location:  2236 Scenic Hwy 30A, Seaside

Meltdown on 30A Seaside

Meltdown on 30A is one of Seaside’s famous food truck airstreams with a comfort food focused menu of gourmet grilled cheese. In additional to your traditional variety of gooey melted cheddar on thick slices melted between thick slices of white bread, they also have a few fun combinations like meatloaf grilled cheese and their goat cheese, procuitto and arugula.

Location:  2235 E. County Hwy 30A Trailer C, Seaside

Shades At The Loop

Shades is a family-friendly sports bar that’s been a 30A tradition since 1994.  They have over 35 beers on tap, burgers, po boys, wings, pizzas, and fish fries.  All you need is your flip flops and shades.

Location: 10952 E Hwy 30A, Rosemary Beach

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3 Must Go August events along the Emerald Coast!

Sandestin Triathalon

When: Everyday between Aug 19 – 20, 2016 4:30 PM – 11:00 AM
Where: Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort 9300 Emerald Coast Pkwy W Miramar Beach, FL 32550
Over 700 participants will participate in a half-mile Gulf of Mexico swim, a 20-mile bike along the coast, and a 4-mile run through Sandestin’s beach and bayside community. Proceeds benefit Sandestin Foundation for Kids.

Paddle at the Porch

When: Aug 20, 2016 9:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Where: Behind The Back Porch Seafood & Oyster House.
A stand up paddle race in different categories. There will be a kid’s fun race, 1-mile beginner, 3-mile recreational, a 6-mile elite and a relay.
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<a href="http://www.baytownewharf read the article.com/event_details.php?t=1&event=81″>Throwback Thursday Cinema at Baytowne

When: Aug 25, 2016 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Where: The Village of Baytowne Wharf The Events Plaza Lawn
Featuring the Goonies, the last Thursday of the month. Join us on August 25th from 7:30-9:30pm.

 

My Vacation Haven features more than 140 Emerald Coast vacation rentals in Sandestin® Golf and Beach Resort, Destin, Tops’l Beach and Racquet Resort, 30A, and surrounding South Walton areas. My Vacation Haven is known for its personalized customer care and awesome guest discounts for area attractions and businesses. For beachside fun at its best, every accommodation includes complimentary beach chairs, an umbrella, sand toys and a boogie board for guest use. For your convenience My Vacation Haven is located in Grand Boulevard at Sandestin® Town Center. Our Rentals are available for a whole week or just for a short weekend. Check out our wonderful selections and see our great rental rates available this time of the year. Call up your friends and family and start making plans to come down for an awesome visit. You will be glad that you did!

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Fundraiser for new Walton schools intensive reading program raises $40,000

At Friday’s community event celebrating the partnership between the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy and the Walton County School District, from left, Foundation President/CEO Liza McFadden, best-selling author Jill Conner Browne, Janet Greeno with St. Joe Community Foundation, Superintendent Carlene Anderson and Myra Williams of Howard Group. (Photo Credit: Grand Boulevard)

The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, a national non-profit charity, announces that one of its nationally acclaimed programs is launching this fall in partnership with the Walton County School District—and the community helped celebrate today with a fundraiser that raised more than $40,000 for the three-year pilot by bringing to town best-selling author to Jill Conner Browne. Jill Conner Browne has legions of fans worldwide and is widely known as The Sweet Potato Queen.” She has written nine books, several of which have been ranked # 1 on The New York Times® Best Seller List. Nearly 200 guests enjoyed some “Laughs for Literacy” with the Southern humorist who hails from Mississippi and has her own annual “Sweet Potato Queens Convention” and parade that benefits a local children’s hospital.

“We are committed to an educated community where literacy and reading thrive,” said Keith Howard President and CEO of Howard Group. Silver Sands Premium Outlets, A Howard Group and Simon Center, are pleased to be the presenting sponsor of the fundraiser.

One hundred percent of the event’s proceeds will benefit the Foundation and its new Walton County activities, thanks to support from CHELCO, Merrill Lynch—Krueger, Fosdyck & Associates, Sundog Books, The 30A Company, J. McLaughlin, Grand Boulevard at Sandestin and Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar.

All proceeds from the event directly support the “reading rally” and book giveaway, happening in September, for all third-graders at the Foundation’s Walton County pilot site school.

Conner Browne has created a global phenomenon—nearly 6,400 chapter groups in 37 countries—based on her philosophy and world view as recounted through her rollicking, raucous and riotously funny essays.

“Women and smart men understand that my sassy, down-to-earth humor is simply a vehicle by which the greater message is conveyed—one of self-reliance and empowerment, inspiring all to do what makes their hearts sing,” Conner Browne said.

Former First Lady Barbara Bush founded the organization in 1989 and is considered a pioneer for shining a light on “family literacy”—before there was a bona fide national movement and consistent proven research related to early childhood learning.

“We advocate for what Mrs. Bush always believed—that literacy is a civil right, and that reading should be a core value in every home in America,” said Liza McFadden, President and CEO of the Foundation, as she addressed the Walton County crowd.

“St. Joe Community Foundation provided a seed grant to establish the program for three years at a Walton County pilot site—while everyone involved in the fundraiser covered non-program expenses as we as a very special reading rally and book giveaway for an entire school’s third-graders this fall,” she added.

More than 40 percent of all third-graders in the Walton County School District are 3-6 months behind in reading on grade level. That is not uncommon across most Florida counties, and the challenge is a national one.

“The Walton County School District is grateful to have this additional intensive support for struggling third-grade readers,” said Superintendent Carlene Anderson. “There are so many reasons a student has a reading and comprehension deficit, and it is absolutely critical we help them at this age, building up their vocabulary and language skills. Reading literally impacts every other subject for them in school.”

Since launching in 2002, this particular Foundation program for struggling elementary student readers has served a total of more than 48,000 students nationwide. The Walton County launch will mark the 93rd program site in just the Sunshine State alone.

This particular schools-based family literacy program pairs teen mentors with 1st, 2nd or 3rd grade students who are, on average, six months or more behind in reading. According to national statistics, students who do not read proficiently by the third grade are four times more likely to drop out of high school.

Elementary school teachers identify and refer struggling readers to the program, and each student is paired with a teen who have been intensively trained. The students meet regularly for one-on-one mentoring sessions, during which they practice reading from a series of educational, entertaining books and resources to improve reading skills and promote an interest in science. A teacher is paid to collect the data and serve as the adviser.

Teen Trendsetters programs are regularly evaluated by third-party, independent researchers, and achieve impressive results. Mentees enrolled in the program at an average of eight months below grade level in reading. By the end of the program year, 40 percent were reading at or above grade level.

The program also helps the mentees build a home library, providing them with 17 books that they take home. Parents of mentees sign an agreement to reinforce learning by listening to their child read at home.

The teen mentors benefit as well, gaining leadership skills and achieving increased graduation rates. Teens participating in the program boast a 97 percent graduation rate, with 86 percent going to college and 75 percent earning a scholarship. These numbers are particularly notable when compared to the national overall graduation rate (81 percent).

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Pottery Barn is coming to Grand Boulevard in Spring 2017

Iconic home decor and furnishings retailer Pottery Barn is coming to Grand Boulevard’s Town Center Spring 2017

Making its Northwest Florida debut, national home design and furnishings retailer Pottery Barn is coming to Grand Boulevard in Miramar Beach, opening Spring 2017. The Grand Boulevard Town Center is the first location in Northwest Florida to welcome the popular national retail innovator.

Founder Paul Secon originally opened Pottery Barn in 1949 among the docks and warehouses of West Chelsea in lower Manhattan, offering customers exclusive and high-end home wares. Today, the retailer focuses on four main areas: innovating designs, offering top-of-the-line customer service, creating enduring products and giving back to the planet and communities.

“Pottery Barn is among the most well-known and desirable brands in the country. We are thrilled they are opening in Grand Boulevard. They are the ideal tenant to complement our growing mix of the best retailers out there,” said Stacey Brady, Director of Marketing and Communications for Grand Boulevard in Miramar Beach.

Pottery Barn joins a growing list of some of the hottest retailers in the country opening in Grand Boulevard. These include Anthropologie, Vineyard Vines and Lilly Pulitzer, all of which made their Northwest Florida debuts in the Town Center in Spring 2016.

Pottery Barn will be located in a new building which neighbors the most recent addition to Grand Boulevard on the west side of the Town Center, across from the Boulevard 10 Cinema. The new store will be more than 12,000 square feet with beautifully crafted home displays throughout to inspire customers to live a functional yet comfortably stylish lifestyle.

 

My Vacation Haven features more than 140 Emerald Coast vacation rentals in Sandestin® Golf and Beach Resort, Destin, Tops’l Beach and Racquet Resort, 30A, and surrounding South Walton areas. My Vacation Haven is known for its personalized customer care and awesome guest discounts for area attractions and businesses. For beachside fun at its best, every accommodation includes complimentary beach chairs, an umbrella, sand toys and a boogie board for guest use. For your convenience My Vacation Haven is located in Grand Boulevard at Sandestin® Town Center. Our Rentals are available for a whole week or just for a short weekend. Check out our wonderful selections and see our great rental rates available this time of the year. Call up your friends and family and start making plans to come down for an awesome visit. You will be glad that you did!

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Emerald Coast’ s Popular Towns and Cities

Pensacola is the westernmost city in the Florida Panhandle and the county seat of Escambia County, Florida, United States of America. Pensacola is a sea port on Pensacola Bay, which connects to the Gulf of Mexico. A large United States Naval Air Station, the first in the United States, is located southwest of Pensacola (near the community of Warrington) and is home to the Blue Angels flight demonstration team and the National Naval Aviation Museum.
The Pensacola Bay Area is an activity-packed destination featuring culture, outdoor adventure, fine museums, attractions and 52 miles of beaches. Whether you’re an art enthusiast, birdwatcher, golfer, foodie or a shopaholic, you’ll find there are so many things to do in the Pensacola Bay Area.

Gulf Breeze is a city on the Fairpoint Peninsula in Santa Rosa County, Florida, United States and is a suburb of Pensacola which lies to the north, across Pensacola Bay. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns that it shares the Pensacola metropolitan area with. The name Gulf Breeze was derived from the Gulf Breeze Cottages and Store located in the area. Gulf Breeze is great for snorkeling, hiking or birding at Gulf Islands National Seashore, a nationally protected park. The area also offers terrific seafood and inviting beaches. And don’t miss the 50-acre Gulf Breeze Zoo. It is home to some 1,000 animals, including giraffes, coatimundi, rhinoceroses, zebras, chimpanzees, gorillas, giant tortoises, squirrel monkeys, otters, alligators and hippopotamuses. Visitors are especially smitten by the zoo’s raised boardwalk that provides a vantage point for viewing herds of deer, wildebeest, ostrich, cape hunting dogs – and islands on which chimps and gorillas roam free

Mary Esther is a city in Okaloosa County, Florida, United States. It is located in Northwest Florida, in between Fort Walton Beach and Navarre. They say: “We are lucky enough to have two Air Force Bases on either side of us: Hurlburt Field and Eglin Air Force Base.” The opening of Santa Rosa Mall in 1976 sparked a commercial building boom along Mary Esther Cutoff (later renamed Mary Esther Blvd. within the City limits) that no one had ever envisioned.

Ft. Walton Beach:The charming little town of Ft. Walton Beach is a favorite of families seeking not just to “get away” but to “get to” something truly wonderful. Here you’ll find a quaint seaside downtown area with interesting shops and museums chock-full of fun and local history.  Fort Walton is Destin’s neighbor, sitting on the opposite side of the strait that connects Choctawhatchee Bay with the Gulf of Mexico. Today, it is still not as booming as Destin or Panama City, but it is still a charming beach town. From the sandy, secluded shores, beach-goers can watch the military planes and jets soar overhead from the nearby Elgin Air Force Base. The planes can occasionally cause a bit of noise that can cause some beach junkies to skip this destination, but that keeps the crowds down and allows for those that do make the trip to enjoy the seclusion.

Destin may be “the world’s luckiest fishing village,” but anglers aren’t the only ones who feel lucky here. Just to be able to watch the sun set from our legendary sugar-white beaches makes you feel lucky. In 2012, property owners along the Destin Harbor joined together to create the Destin Boardwalk, offering easy access to more than 150 fishing charter and recreational boats, great restaurants, shopping and a multitude of water activities. Destin is the Emerald Coast’s most popular beachside town. Destin sits on the very end of a little peninsula that protects Choctawhatchee Bay and hosts some of the most pristine gulf beachfront. Destin was once a sleepy little fishing village, but while it may be bustling today with beach tourists, it hasn’t wandered far from its roots. When it comes to sport fishing in the Gulf of Mexico, Destin is the premiere destination for it. More billfish are hauled in at Destin than in all of the other gulf ports combined, earning it the nickname of the World’s Luckiest Fishing Village. While the ports may be lined with pristine charter yachts, there is plenty to do in Destin for those who aren’t fishermen. The beachfront is raked every night, assuring it is perfect every single day and the gulf waters are green and excellent for swimming.

Grayton Beach is perhaps the best beach town on the Emerald Coast due to the different choices of beach experiences. On the coast are the traditional emerald-green gulf waters, but further inland is lush pine forest that hides the area’s secret sand dunes and lakes. Grayton Beach, the oldest community in this area, was founded in 1890. You can still see some of the old weathered-cypress homes scattered along narrow, crushed-gravel streets. The architecture is tasteful, development is carefully regulated—no buildings taller than four stories are allowed—and bicycles and kayaks are the preferred methods of transportation. Stringent building restrictions, designed to protect the pristine beaches and dunes, ensure that Grayton maintains its small-town feel and look.

Seaside Florida is on the Gulf of Mexico about halfway between Panama City and Fort Walton Beach in the Florida Panhandle.  Seaside is one of the most picturesque cities on the coast and that is by no coincidence. Everything from the name of the city to its brick streets were planned by the community that settled there. Seaside hosts beautiful Victorian architecture and an attitude that promotes an old-fashioned community. In fact, the town and its attitude inspired and was the setting for the 1998 film The Truman Show, starring Jim Carrey. Pastel-color homes with white-picket fences, front-porch rockers, and captain’s walks are set along redbrick streets, and all are within walking distance of the town center and its unusual cafés and shops. It is quickly becoming one of the top retirement destinations, but visitors don’t need to be seniors to visit this storybook town and enjoy it. The beaches and crystal clear ocean are perfect for lounging in the sun or going for a swim after enjoying a laid-back, friendly town.

Panama City Beach‘s ample 27-mile coastline still gives you opportunities to avoid the crowds and congestion. Stand on the pier and look in front of and behind you to see the abrupt end of the high-rises and the return of nature as far as the eye can see. Or you travel inland, toward West Bay and find even quieter quarters, including expanses of undeveloped pinelands and a city park with ample biking trails. To get an aerial view, for about $30 you can strap yourself beneath a parachute and go parasailing as you’re towed aloft behind a speedboat a few hundred yards offshore. There are two undeveloped and fully protected state parks and their equally beautiful beaches. St. Andrews State Park, on the southeast end of the beaches, is treasured by locals and visitors alike. Camp Helen State Park, on the northwest end of the beaches, is a popular wedding venue with an incredible beach. When coming here, be sure to set your sights for Panama City Beach. Panama City is its beachless inland cousin.

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Maridell’s Insight on the best Spots to visit along the Emerald Coast!

Maridell is our Owner Relations Manager. Maridell has over eight years of local, rental management experience. After visiting the Emerald Coast, from her native Omaha, NE, Maridell fell head over heels for our little slice of sugar-white sands and clear blue Gulf waters. Since, she has been working in the area for nearly a decade and is considered “the best of the best” among her industry peers. Maridell is sharing her input with us today on the best spots to visit along the area.

Maridell McCarty

HER FAVOIRITE PLACES

Sport bars: Where do I start – now you are talking my language! Eating and sports!
At the Harbor – Land Sharks for wings and pizza; AJs for Oysters
Destin – Millers Ale House
Sandestin – Marina Bar for football

Grocery Stores
Winn Dixie – great Deli, liquor and prices.  Get a loyalty card and earn fuel points for the gas station right across the street from the store

Beaches: All of them!

Shopping Malls:
Silver Sand Outlet Mall – everything you need in one place and don’t forget to pick up a coupon book at customer service kiosk

Movie Cinemas:
Grand Blvd – movie, food and cocktails!

Parks:
Legion Park great for wave runners or just watching loading and unloading and enjoying the calm warm bay for a change from the beautiful Gulf.  Grills and picnic tables.

Entertainment Centers:
Hurricane Lanes best prices for arcade and bowling

Specialty & Gift Shops:
Smiths Antiques – not just antiques!  Brocante and Retail Therapy – very unique and lots of fun beachie things

Spas:
Hilton Serenity Spa – always consistent with service and a relaxing atmosphere

Unique Restaurant/place:
Stinky’s on 30A-don’t judge it by its name.  Dewey Destin’s on the harbor or by the Destin bridge – love them both

 

HER FAVOIRITE EVENTS
Festivals:
Gumbo and Beer festivals – both in village and held during quieter times of the year

Annual Event:
Destin Seafood festival first weekend in October kicking off the month long Destin Fishing Rodeo – both my absolute favorite events.  Great food, free entertainment and watch the weigh ins every day.

 

HER FAVOIRITE FOOD:
Pizza Place:
Land Sharks – my kind of pizza based on ratio of toppings to crisp wood fired crust
Italian Restaurant:
Tuscany – family feel and great happy hour and an original in Destin
Mexican Restaurant:
Rockin Tacos on Okaloosa Island – unbelievable!
Asian Restaurant:
Camille’s – half price sushi on Mondays!
Seafood Restaurant:
Stinky’s or either Dewey Destin locations
Perfect Restaurant for lunch:
AJs top deck looking over the Harbor
Perfect Restaurant for breakfast:
Another Broken Egg
Perfect Restaurant for dinner:
I am sticking with Stinkys and Dewey Destins
Unique Restaurant to dine:
McGuires – and great food too

 

Favorite vacation rental:

How can I pick one – cant do it!

 

The best day you have ever had in your entire life along the Emerald Coast / briefly describe what you did, where you went..etc..

Pontooning or waverunning any where and then heading to original Dewey Destin’s or AJ’s for fresh seafood without having to change clothes or shower up!

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2016 Sales Tax Holidays!

Legislation was passed (Chapter 2016-220, Section 24, Laws of Florida) to create a 3-day sales tax holiday that will begin at 12:01 a.m., Friday, August 5, 2016, and end at 11:59 p.m., Sunday, August 7, 2016. During this period, no Florida sales tax or local option tax will be collected on sales of clothing, footwear, and certain accessories selling for $60 or less per item and on certain school supplies selling for $15 or less per item. Make sure to visit these 7 Popular Hot Spots for Shopping this August along the Emerald Coast!

For more information, please refer to Rule 12AER16-01, Sales of Clothing and School Supplies During the Period August 5 through August 7, 2016.

My Vacation Haven features more than 140 Emerald Coast vacation rentals in Sandestin® Golf and Beach Resort, Destin, Tops’l Beach and Racquet Resort, 30A, and surrounding South Walton areas. My Vacation Haven is known for its personalized customer care and awesome guest discounts for area attractions and businesses. For beachside fun at its best, every accommodation includes complimentary beach chairs, an umbrella, sand toys and a boogie board for guest use. For your convenience My Vacation Haven is located in Grand Boulevard at Sandestin® Town Center. Our Rentals are available for a whole week or just for a short weekend. Check out our wonderful selections and see our great rental rates available this time of the year. Call up your friends and family and start making plans to come down for an awesome visit. You will be glad that you did!

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