Okaloosa Island Condo Rentals
Okaloosa Island, just west of Destin, is one of Florida’s most treasured vacation Destinations. This nine mile stretch of pristine beach offers visitors a tropical island experience within the Florida panhandle. Okaloosa Island features many low rise condominium resorts. These resorts offer visitors direct beach views and access, pools, hot tubs, lazy rivers, etc depending on the resort. Whenever your taste in accommodations, Okaloosa Island condo rentals have just what you’re looking for.
Most vacationers seek Okaloosa Island condo rentals primarily for the crystal clear waters of the Gulf Coast. Others enjoy the sugar white sands that stretch for miles. However, there are plenty of family activities nearby which make this a convenient vacation location. Family restaurants such as the Crab Trap, AJ’s, Harry T’s, & Fisherman’s Wharf are some of the local favorites. There’s putt putt golf, go karts, and kite surfing. Also para-sailing, snorkeling, jet skis, boat rentals, and much more to do within minutes of Okaloosa Island.
Sightseers enjoy Okaloosa Island condo rentals for their proximity to the island’s natural beauty. Some of the largest natural sand dunes in North America are located along scenic highway 98. Many reaching as high as sixty feet, these dunes are the natural nesting site for Florida’s giant endangered sea turtles. Thus, these protected nesting sites can be viewed by visitors. These are managed by the Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission in conjunction with the Gulfarium located on Okaloosa Island. Vacationers can visit the Gulfarium for a close up and hands on look at some of Florida’s natural wildlife. Attractions include dolphins, giant sea turtles, sea lions, and many exotic birds. The Gulfarium is located at the Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier, within the Boardwalk.
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