Okaloosa Island – Gulf Oil Update

As efforts continue to cap the oil spill left by the Deepwater Horizon tragedy, we continue to be blessed with favorable weather patterns which have kept the oil west and south of Okaloosa Island and the surrounding Emerald Coast waters and beaches. Okaloosa Island remains as pristine as always and continues to be enjoyed by locals and tourists every day. Don’t miss out on great deals and the vacation of a lifetime. Go ahead and make your reservation today. We’ll keep you updated on the condition of our area and how your vacation may be impacted. Call today for details.


Don’t Change Your Mind

By now, everyone is aware of the Deepwater Horizon tragedy and its potential impact to Northwest Florida. Weather patterns continue to be favorable for Okaloosa Island Beaches forcing the oil spill to remain south and west of our area.

We should all stay apprised of this situation but as of now our beaches remain as beautiful as they always have. Local residents, businesses, and tourists are becoming more and more optimistic the preventive measures taken by the government lead professionals and countless local volunteers will be successful.

We will continue to monitor this situation and provide updates as they become available.

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Like the Rodney Dangerfield of the American Southeast, Florida’s panhandle never gets the respect it deserves. Dubbed the “Redneck Riviera” by dismissive northerners, northwest Florida, in fact, contains some of the most diverse recreation choices along Florida’s drastically under-appreciated Gulf coast, and some of the best options for visitors seeking an affordable family vacation. From Destin to the west, where you can hire a fishing or sailing charter, to the smattering of National Seashores as you move east, there’s really something for everyone. Seaside’s planned community is so “perfect” it was the setting for the The Truman Show, yet you’ll also find old-school Florida towns with funky shops, tiny hotels, pristine beaches, and the perfect cottage to rent.