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Why Florida? Because there's something for everyone, especially along the Emerald Coast!

The Sunshine State attracts record numbers of visitors year after year. Our vast selection of beaches, cities, and entertainment make the Emerald Coast one of the most family-friendly destination among others. Of course, the...

South Walton is home to some of the most stunning natural landscapes in the world. Check out some of the local state parks you can visit during your stay! 

Grayton Beach State Park

Consistently voted one of world’s most beautiful and pristine beaches (and...

Avengers, assemble!  Join our friends at Boulevard 10 Theatre in Grand Boulevard for a day filled with heroic fun!

BLOOD DRIVE: SATURDAY, APRIL 27 • 3 pm to 8 pm 
To schedule your appointment, visit oneblooddonor.org and use code 25701.
Join them in the lobby...

We know you love the sugar-white sands and emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico, but are you familiar with the safety measures put into place by the State of Florida for Walton and Okaloosa counties?

Our area uses the Beach Flag Warning System, which...

Special Captain Marvel Promotion and Blood Drive this 
Saturday at New Vision Boulevard 10
  
Be a Superhero: Donate blood and save a life on Saturday, March 9 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at New Vision Theatres Boulevard 10, 465 Grand Boulevard in Miramar Beach. One Blood will...

Did you know that the Emerald Coast is home to four snorkel reefs, scattered from Miramar Beach to Inlet Beach? These function as living educational resources and are designed to provide structure and food for a wide variety of our local marine animals.

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Florida may be the Sunshine State, but even we get the occasional gray clouds from Mother Nature. While your beach day plans may have been washed away with the rain, there are still plenty of fun activities to do on the Emerald Coast that don't...

We may be a little biased, but we think that the Emerald Coast is home to most beautiful beaches in the world! Our unique white sand (created from quartz that erodes from the Appalachian Mountains and flows down to the Apalachicola River) and the breathtaking...

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