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It may be small, occupying less than a quarter-mile stretch of Highway 98, but Downtown Fort Walton Beach is big on ways to occupy your time – rain or shine. Whatever the weather, good times are in the forecast when you visit this quaint and quirky downtown to dine, shop and play.
In 2001, Steve designed and commissioned the new Southern Star, an 80 ft. glass bottom boat that now operates as the largest dolphin cruise vessel in the area. It is very family friendly, the only boat in town that is both alcohol- and smoke-free.
Once upon a time, you could drive from Pensacola to Panama City with veritably little traffic and a view of the water out your window. Soon, however, the hotels and restaurants began to pop up.
The Buccaneer, sister ship to the popular Southern Star dolphin cruise, first plundered these friendly waters in the year 2012 – and has been commissioning new pirates ever since.
If headstones had been around back then, this one might read: “Here Lies A Few Thousand Years of Local History.”
The Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park—third largest marine animal facility in the United States—has made leaps and bounds in the nearly six decades since it opened.
The owner and director of The Healing Clinic in Fort Walton Beach discovered holistic medicine on a personal journey. When conventional doctors were unable to diagnose the cause of her unmanageable back pain, she found herself wondering what to do next. That’s when she began researching yoga, meditation and alternative methods of dealing with pain.
Back in the 1930s, Okaloosa Island put itself on the map when the original Tower Beach boardwalk and casino was built. After it burned to the ground in 1942, the war took precedence over its reconstruction.
Founded by a group of science teachers including Dr. Alexis Tibbetts a quarter-century ago, the non-profit center has seven different rooms – and neat souvenirs to boot. (Forget hermit crabs … take home a dinosaur kit or pet tornado instead!)