Lake Powell Access is in Inlet Beach on North Walton Lakeshore Drive. It has a dock and launch for canoes, kayaks and paddle boards.
The Walton Sports Complex is on Hwy 98, east of Point Washington, behind Dune Lakes Elementary School.
A lighted multi-use field complex that features 3 full-sized multi-use fields
A lighted 3-field baseball/softball complex
A restroom/concession building
A separate restroom facility located adjacent to the multi-use complex
Large parking area
North of Seagrove Beach at the north end of Scenic Highway 395 in Point Washington is a boat ramp and two docks on Tucker Bayou that opens into the Choctawhatchee Bay. There is parking and a boat cleaning station with fresh water. This is the spot where Jim Carrey as Truman attempted to board the ferry to escape Seahaven Island in the movie The Truman Show.
Kellogg Bayside Park on the Choctawhatchee Bay in South Walton offers access to the bay for kayaks, canoes, and stand up paddle boards. Features include boat ramp (no trailers), picnic tables, shower, water fountain and water spigot. If you need to drive in to unload boats call Walton County Parks at (850) 892-8108 , otherwise it will probably be padlocked. Kellogg Bayside Park is located at the north end of Nellie Drive off of Nursery Road.
Haugen Park Bay Access is in Miramar Beach a few blocks north of US 98 on Shore Drive, about a mile west of Silver Sands Factory outlet Stores. It has a place to launch kayaks or paddle boards and a boardwalk along the bay.
Eastern Lake Park is a small park just south of Scenic 30A on the east side of Eastern Lake. A great place to launch a small boat or paddle board on Eastern Lake and then paddle to the beach at the Eastern Lake outfall where it meets the Gulf.
Legion Park has picnic tables, shelters, playground, basketball court, volleyball court, restrooms and a boat launch on the Choctawhatchee Bay in Miramar Beach. The park is at the end of Ponce De Leon Street, a few blocks north of US Highway 98 in Miramar Beach.
Cessna Landing is a county park on Highway 393 a few miles north of US 98 on Hogtown bayou. The park is a great place to launch a boat for fishing or sailing. It is the heart of what was the first settlement in Santa Rosa beach known as old town Santa Rosa. Lumber and turnpentine were the main industries and was shipped from the bayou to all parts of the world through Pensacola. The park has a boat launch, docks, picnic shelters, basketball court, squash court, and playground. Right next door is the Bayou Arts Center, home to the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County.
Western Lake Access in Grayton Beach is at the eastern end of Hotz Avenue where it meets the lake, two blocks east of the red Bar. it is a lake access with boat ramp and dock which many folks use to launch a kayak, canoe or paddle board and take a short and memorable paddle on Western Lake south to the beach.
St. Andrews State Park is well known for its sugar white sands and emerald green waters. The former military reservation has over one-and-a-half miles of beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and Grand Lagoon.
Water sports enthusiasts enjoy swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and canoeing. Two fishing piers, a jetty, and a boat ramp provide ample fishing opportunities for anglers. Two nature trails wind through a rich diversity of coastal plant communities - a splendid opportunity for bird-watching.