Since we are working on submitting affidavits and sending in photos showing our customary use of South Walton beaches over the years.... If you come across some good ones, please share one or more here with year, place, etc. Don't forget to submit your affidavit and also email or drop off photos. Here is our discussion with instructions: SUBMIT Customary Use Affidavits & Photos to Walton County. Info for Locals & Visitors... Friday Mar 4 2016 Sunset on Grayton Beach. Kurt and Teresa. We witnessed a marriage proposal at the surf's edge! Grayton Beach is a public beach. It's our primary beach over the years and I was a Lake Mom for the first several years of my son's life sitting by the shores of Western Lake. I'm searching for older photos where we spent days with family and friends on Seagrove Beach, Santa Rosa Beach near Gulf Place, Blue Mountain Beach, Inlet Beach, WaterSound Beach, and many more beautiful, and some remote spots on our coast. Some of our most memorable moments have been exploring our Florida State Parks with miles of preserved dunes and beaches. A mix of public beach accesses, parks, and random beaches all along SoWal beaches are part of our experience - I do not recall ever being told that access to the beach was not allowed. Not even in some of our resort towns. Experiences also include sunrise, sunset, moon rise, wine, grilled hot dogs, birthday parties, crawfish boils, moonlight kayaking, walks, shelling after storms, hiking from the beach to the bar, driving out on Grayton Beach on Christmas Day, kids dancing on the sand on New Year's Day, and more sunsets.