Posted on Friday, July 28, 2017
With so many beautiful beach homes, villas and condos on 30A most vacationers are choosing to stay in a vacation rental rather than a hotel. These accommodations offer lower rates, roomier living space and full kitchens which cuts down on the expense of the vacation. With all these benefits however, rental policies vary and can turn into a big headache if booking with the wrong company. Here’s the top 5 questions to ask your vacation rental company before you book! What is the cancellation policy? With all the added amenities of a vacation rental it’s easy to understand why the cancellation policy may be stricter than a hotel. Make sure...
Posted on Tuesday, July 25, 2017
The beaches of Northwest Florida do rule. People come from all over all year to vacation in one of the world’s most beautiful locations. But there are things that set us apart from other beaches. Aside from natural beauty, there are many things we can do ourselves that contribute to keeping this area beautiful. A new rule this year regarding tents on the beach have us wondering what exactly is allowed at the beach? The last thing you want to do on your vacation is spend money on fines. Now is a good time to go over some reminders of Walton County beach RULES.
As of April 1st of this year, tents over 6x6 ft. are no longer allowed on the beach....
Posted on Wednesday, July 12, 2017
You’ve finally made it to the summer vacation destination of your dreams. Welcome to the beautiful white sand beaches of 30A! Whether you’re in walking distance or a short drive away, here’s a few helpful tips to make getting to the beach easy. Public beach accesses are conveniently placed throughout 30A. Our first beach town is Dune Allen. The public beach access is located on Scenic 30A about 2 miles west of the Scenic 393 intersection at Gulf Place. Dune Allen access is ADA accessible, and has parking, restrooms, and lifeguards during peak season. Heading East down 30A we come to Ed Walline Park at Gulf Place. This public beach access...
Posted on Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Looking for somewhere to spend your days or nights when you aren’t at the beach? Look no further! The Hub 30A is your new spot which features something for everyone. When you want to eat, drink, catch a movie or concert, or just chill, the Hub is the place to be.
If you are traveling with a big group and everyone wants something different to eat, the Hub gives you six places to choose from! Mile Marker Fifteen offers delicious Mexican food and fresh seafood. You can get a big plate of nachos to enjoy during a movie. Red’s Chicken Shack can provide you with tasty fried chicken or crab and lobster dishes. Grab some BBQ at Local Smoke and enjoy...