Beach Conditions

Eco-tourism in Destin-Fort Walton Beach

When visiting Destin-Fort Walton Beach, you’ll find coastal waterfronts, inland forests and cultural centers with so much to explore.

Coastal plant life, marine habitats and the sugar-white quartz beaches make the area a perfect destination for nature lovers. The marine life found here is home to fascinating animals such as the sea turtle, bottlenose dolphin and a variety of fish and marine life species. With such a large variety of landscapes and waterways, your family can hike, fish, kayak, paddleboard and much more.


Surround yourself with the ecological beauty found in Destin-Fort Walton Beach

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Artifical Reefs

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Nature + Parks

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Plant Life

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Natural Areas

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Coastal Resources Press

Read articles about our coastal resources program.

A diver scuba diving with a lionfish.

Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Florida continues conservation efforts

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Lionfish on the wreck of a ship.

Saving the Ocean – ONE LIONFISH AT A TIME!

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The inside of a ship with windows underwater.

Old ships are getting second lives as fish housing

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A boat with stairs and a sign that says manta underwater

New Artificial Reef Set Up Off Florida’s Gulf Coast

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