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Welcome to Fort Walton Beach, Florida, a land of family-friendly resorts, gorgeous beaches, parks, museums, and aquariums. In northwest Florida on the Gulf of Mexico, Fort Walton Beach is less than an hour’s drive away from Pensacola and about two hours from Panama City. The city was first established in 1953 and served as an army camp in the Seminole Wars during the early 1800s. Today, this metropolitan suburb continues to allure people with its emerald green waters and white sugar sands. Whether taking advantage of the beach, shopping at local boutiques, or eating fresh seafood, there’s something for everyone in beautiful Fort Walton Beach.

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The Great Outdoors

Sure, the city has its fair share of scenic sandy shores, but there’s much more to see when you reserve a camper rental in Fort Walton Beach. You can visit Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier. A large concrete pier popular for its saltwater fishing, bird watching opportunities, and fireworks during the summer, it’s perfect for anglers of all experience levels. Forgot something at home? Don’t worry. Here, you can rent fishing poles and purchase bait, tackle, and even snacks.

There’s also John Beasley Park. A beach park with a snack bar and showers, spend the entire day doing watersports, collecting seashells, or just working on your tan. In addition to the beautiful beach, there are picnic pavilions with picnic tables, changing rooms, and restrooms. Whether you’re traveling alone or with the entire family when you rent an RV, it’s a place you should definitely check out.

Henderson Beach State Park is about 20 minutes’ drive from Fort Walton Beach and another place to experience when you book an RV in Okaloosa County. The park offers fishing, camping, geocaching, hiking, swimming, wildlife viewing, and more. Swim in the shimmering green waters of the Gulf or wiggle your toes in the powdery sands. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins, sea turtles, bobcats, rabbits, and gopher tortoises. Take a short hike along the mile-long, pet-friendly trail which winds through the coastal scrub. Visit for the day or bring your RV trailer rental from Fort Walton Beach and spend the night at the campground. Featuring 60 campsites that can accommodate tents, RVs, and pop-ups, each of the sites have water hookups, a picnic table, a grill, and electrical service featuring 30 and 50 amp hookups. Although there are no sewer hookups, there is a central dump station. While at the campground, campers can utilize the coin-operated laundromat, restrooms with hot showers, and vending machines.

RV Parks

Looking for a place to park your luxury RV rental in Fort Walton Beach? There are several options in the city and the surrounding areas that are bound to fit your needs. Destin West RV Resort is one option. Directly on the bay and across the street from the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico, guests who stay at Destin West RV Resort can access all the amenities of a neighboring hotel. Conveniences include a beach bar, grotto waterfall, a pool with a bar inside, and s’more night on Tuesdays and Thursdays. There’s also a 24-hour bathhouse and laundry facility, access to the Choctawhatchee Bay, and pets are welcome, too.

Another place to consider is Emerald Beach RV Park in Navarre. This RV park has tons of amenities including full hookups, cable TV and Wi-Fi, a heated swimming pool, fenced-in dog park, kayak and SUP rentals, a private beach, washrooms with hot showers, and propane and ice sales. Enjoy fishing off the private pier, activities in the clubhouse, or have a picnic in the pavilion.

Exploring the City

The Emerald Coast Science Center in Fort Walton Beach seeks to inspire and grow a scientifically-engaged community through its hands-on exhibits. Focused on teaching about natural phenomena and basic scientific principles, the science center houses more than 45 exhibits. Scope out the robotics exhibit, light and color collections, Emerald Coast ecosystem exhibit, and collections showcasing information on physics, electricity, and engineering. In addition to the exhibits, the science center houses several animals including parrots, cockatoos, snakes, cockatiels, and more.

Indian Temple Mound Museum opened in Fort Walton in 1962 and houses interpretative exhibits which tell of 12,000 years of Native American occupation. Featuring more than 1,000 artifacts made of shell, clay, bone, and stone as well as one of the most comprehensive collections of prehistoric ceramics in the Southeast United States, the Indian Temple Mound Museum offers tons of information on Native Americans. Apart from these exhibits, visitors can also learn about European explorers, early settlers, and local pirates when you rent a motorhome in Fort Walton Beach and visit the museum.

Traveling with children when you book an RV rental in Fort Walton Beach? Be sure to visit the nearby adventure park. Situated in Northwest Florida just outside of Destin, the park features a 17,000 square-foot arcade with a laser maze, a 4D movie theater, a pizza factory, and other attractions. Outside, experience two dinosaur-themed mini-golf courses, a 60-foot ropes course, a spinning rollercoaster, a reverse bungee trampoline, go karts, and bumper boats. Whether you have children or are just a child at heart, be sure to stop by when you reserve a motorhome rental in Fort Walton Beach.

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