Hours: No specific information on accessible hours is available
Location: Walton County’s Scenic Highway 30-A corridor
Contact No: No information is available
Amenities/Activities: Snorkeling, Scuba
Parking: Available in most of these lakes, and since all lakes are nearby, you can park wherever and hike along.
Restroom facilities: No information is available
Pet Friendly: Yes
Disabled Access: No information is available
Lifeguard Support: Not necessary
Rentals: No information is available
Restrictions: No information is available
South Walton’s Coastal Dune Lakes on the 30A corridor are naturally formed by winds movements. Coastal dunes lakes are formed by shallow, irregularly shaped, or elliptical depressions. The centuries-old coastal Dune lakes are a rare natural occurrence seen in very few parts of the world. The 15 named coastal lakes starting from the western end are Fuller Lake, Morris Lake, Campbell Lake, Stallworth Lake, Allen Lake, Oyster Lake, Draper Lake, Big Redfish Lake, Little Redfish Lake, Alligator Lake, Western Lake, Eastern Lake, Deer Lake, Camp Creek Lake, and Lake Powell (the largest of all).
All the 15 lakes are so unique in the sense that they are all utterly freshwater despite their very close proximity to the Gulf of Mexico’s salty waters. The lakes are no more than 5ft deep, making them perfect for snorkelers and scuba divers of all abilities, from amateurs to experts. The sand dunes, along with the unique flora and fauna of these lakes, are undoubtedly a pleasant feast for snorkelers all year round.