Greater Ft Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce...Look for the calendar of events to
see what is happening throughout the year!
Destin Chamber of Commerce...Your link to visitor information, events calendar, and
Okaloosa Regional Airport (VPS)...Okaloosa County's Airport System is the aviation
gateway to the Emerald Coast by providing world-class affordable, accessible, modern
and secure facilities for the traveling public.
Florida's Gulfarium...World's oldest marine show aquarium to educate, inform, and
Publix Super Market...251 Miracle Strip Pkwy SE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548, Phone
(850) 796-1841...This is the closest grocery store to Island Surf Condos.
The Fresh Market...This grocery store is located in Destin, and caters to whole foods
and organic products. The address is 4495 Commons Dr W, Destin, FL 32541, Phone (850)
Alvin's Island...located at the main intersection of Hwy 98 and Santa Rosa Blvd,
this is a tropical themed surf shop, with necklaces, swim wear, casual sportswear,
gifts and souvenirs!
Silver Sands Factory Stores...If you love mall shopping at major retailers, then
this is the outdoor shopping outlet for you. Located in Sandestin, FL.
Fudpucker's Restaurant in Ft Walton Beach, FL & Destin, FL. Locally owned and operated
since its inception in 1982, Fudpucker’s is dedicated to its owners’ three favorite
“F” words: Food, Fun and Friends.
AJ's Restaurant in Destin, FL...This restaurant has a great view of the Destin Harbor
and is a fun place to have a cold drink & appetizers.
The Red Bar...A favorite among locals and visitors, Picolo’s - The Red Bar is a must-do
when in Grayton Beach, FL. This is absolutely our favorite restaurant in the area.
They are open for breakfast, too!
The Back Porch Restaurant...Destin's original Seafood & Oyster House, bathing suits
welcome! Awesome place to eat with the family, and catch a enjoy the view of the
Big Kahuna Water park...your daycation destination for rides, slides, go karts, golf
& more. Your kids will never want to leave!
Located in Destin, a local watering hole with great selections of beers & appetizers.
Air Force Armament Museum. Experience aviation warfare armament from the early days
of WW I thru today's high tech planes and bombs. Extensive collections of weaponry
and interactive displays. Admission is FREE, but donations are welcome!
Blues Angels in Pensacola, FL...The U. S. Navy’s Flight Demonstration Squadron. A
Blue Angels flight demonstration exhibits choreographed refinements of skills possessed
by all naval aviators.
Seaside, FL...A coastal beach town with beautiful architecture, antique shops, entertainment,
restaurants. This is where the majority of "The Truman Show" was filmed, starring
The Track...located in Destin at 1125 Highway 98 E Destin, FL 32541...(850) 654-4668...They
have Go-Karts, Bumper rides, Mini-Golf, and more!
The Village of Baytowne Wharf is located in Sandestin, FL, and features an array
of boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, and nightlife. Not to mention a full schedule
of outdoor festivals and special events for your entire family.
Emerald Coast Science Center is a unique museum for children & families with more
than 250 interactive exhibits that teach about natural phenomena and basic scientific
principles, including Flight Demonstration Wind Tunnel, the Bubble Blast, and the
Nature Discovery Room.
Emerald Bay Golf Club has a history of providing the perfect Destin FL golf experience
for locals and seasonal guests. Discover Golf at Emerald Bay - You deserve it.
The Fort Walton Beach Golf Club consists of two 18-hole championship golf courses.
The Pines Course features a challenging layout of over 6,800 yard through an upland
pine forest. The Oaks Course offers over 6,400 yards of narrow, oak-lined fairways
and challenging water hazards.
Get a little sand in your soul. The Emerald Coast Convention & Visitors Bureau is
an official source for information about local attractions, restaurants, events.
lodging, activities, golf courses, fishing charters, weddings and meetings at the
The original Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier was built in 1972 and extended 962 feet
into the Gulf of Mexico. The current pier opened in 1998 and now goes out 1262 feet,
which is almost 1/4 mile. An octagon at the end greatly increases the fishing area
and lets anglers fight the big fish.