1550 Miracle Strip Parkway Fort Walton Beach, FL
Coordinates: 30.393181, -86.583309 (Exact Location Determined by Permitting)
All of our Wedding Packages are great for this location.
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Fee Required: Yes, $250+, Recommended for up to 60 Guests. There is a 3-hour time restriction which applies to this location which changes by season (For example: 5:30-8:30pm). Therefore, the setup will be complete just prior to the ceremony start time vs. 1-hour prior in most instances and takedown will commence immediately upon completion of the ceremony. Further, this location is subject to certain major holiday blackout dates set forth by the County of Okaloosa.
Permitting is handled by Gulf Beach Weddings direct. The West Pavilion can be reserved for special occasions – $100 ($50 refund after clean up) for a 2-hour maximum event (*Please call Okaloosa Parks Department 850-689-5790 for reservations). The East Pavilion is a first-come, first-serve public beach pavilion only. Further, 208 parking spaces (Free) are provided, Restrooms & Concession
Beasley Park is the last building on the beach before four miles of undeveloped coastline that the military owns
Beasley Park is a wonderful public beach park located on Okaloosa Island between Destin and Fort Walton, FL. It offers a more casual beach visit suited for families or couples looking to relax and enjoy the surf and sand. It has a tremendous amount of scenic beauty, which makes it a favorite location for a beach wedding. You can see them happen throughout the year, but most frequently during the early summer and fall months! I also think this beach location provides the backdrop for more “beach portraits” than any other area beach.
Okaloosa Island, a dividing plot of land between Fort Walton Beach and Destin, Florida, is home to fun family activities including the popular Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island. The Boardwalk offers eclectic shopping, fresh seafood dining, exciting entertainment, stunning ocean pier views, and public beach access and amenities. A historic landmark, the Boardwalk was constructed in the 1930’s as a resort destination with restaurants, gambling, and an amusement park. A decade later, the original Boardwalk (then named “Tower Beach”) was destroyed in a massive fire. The resulting reconstruction provided a more tame destination, focused on public use with the option for dining, shopping, and entertainment. There are plenty of things to do at the Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island, so let me help you plan a day at this famous Fort Walton Beach hot spot!