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Man Eating Shark Spotted in South Walton! [With Photo]

Warning! The photo may be too graphic for some viewers. Today in Grayton Beach around noon we captured this horrific image of a man eating shark. The attack was gruesome and proved to be fatal for the shark. The type of shark is unknown. 

The shark was grilled and served on a Kaiser Roll. French Fries was the side dish. The staff at hope you are having a great April Fool's Day!

South Walton Beach Access Maps, Features and Videos has a complete list of all South Walton public beach accesses along Scenic30A, searchable by features such as lifeguards, parking, restrooms, and more. In addition we have an interactive map of beach accesses that will help you find the access nearest you. 

Each access has a video and photo gallery which show the features and beautiful Gulf views.

Property owners and businesses are welcome to link to the maps and videos, you can even embed the videos on your site - very helpful for rental owners and managers!

Restore Customary Use Town Hall Meeting Jan 30

Local Public Beach Use advocates will come together to share information about proposed HB6063 and SB1068 that repeal the 2018 HB631. Learn about why this is important, and how you can help show your support for this legislation and love for our beaches! Restore Customary Use - #RestoreCU - is a project that many organizations and people are supporting by getting involved locally in South Walton, Florida.

Customary Use Battleground in Walton County, Florida - Public Hearing Nov 3

Many visitors to SoWal are shocked to find out that much of the stretch of beach between Miramar Beach and Inlet Beach is deeded to beachfront owners. As parking has gotten scarce and chair vendors have taken over much of the public space, competition for a place to relax is getting heated.


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