Unusual yet thrilling activities awaiting you!
When you visit Destin it’s time to think outside the box and treat yourself to an amazing vacation full of excitement and relaxation. Sea Oats Motel and Management Co. is sharing some action-packed activities for you to partake in.
Sea Oats is the only motel resting directly on the beach which makes us stand out from the rest. We always offer exceptional service paired with gorgeous views and comfortable, affordable rooms. Our customers come back and visit us each year for a reason and we hold a lot of pride in our customers’ experience with us.
Beach Sand Sculptures
While you are here why not take a Sandcastle Lesson. This is an awesome experience all locals and tourists can enjoy. “The Sandman” Rick Mungeam is the talented teacher who you will have the lesson with. He is not only a teacher but also a sand sculptor. If you have a special event in your life or want a specialized sculptor he can do just about anything you can you set your imagination on.
Eden Gardens State Park
Located only 24 miles from Destin is this lovely and peaceful park. The home itself rests on 161 acres of land park and is delightfully revamped, two-story Wesley house with its rich white sections and wrap-around yard. It’s absolutely gorgeous and looks even more amazing in person. The greenery hung live oaks and decorative enclosures are breathtaking and the historic feel is so unique. You will love visiting this beautiful Park.
Named after an affluent Florida timber family, the recreation center is a piece of the family’s bequest. In 1963, Lois Maxon purchased and redesigned the home, making a showplace for her family legacies and obsolescent items. The home holds the second biggest known gathering of Louis XVI furniture in the United States. Guests can likewise take a walk around the grounds and appreciate the cookout and picnic areas. Such a great day trip for the family!
Call Sea Oats Motel and Management Co. today and make a reservation in one of our beach front accommodations. You will not be disappointed!
Photo credit: Courtesy of Eden Gardens State Park