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Driftwood Estates Park is a 0.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Santa Rosa Beach, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 0.4 mi Elevation gain 0 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Beach

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Wild flowers

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Lee Scott
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Walking

Not private.... follow directions and you will get here! It is a walking park with sidewalks, basketball goals, tennis courts and playground... not a trail. No shade!

Larry Snowberger
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Hiking

If this trail exists, it exists only on private (i.e. 'NO TRESPASSING') land. The directions to the trailhead are all blocked by electronic gates and No Trespassing / Private Property sign. This trail should be deleted from the registry so no other folks drive all the way over there to be disappointed.

Corey Bell
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Fishing
First to Review

Was station at Eglin AFB for EOD School, but opted to live in Destin. Literally went out fishing in the bay every, single, weekend! If you have a military ID, you can cart your boat over to the marina on base, if not, there is a free one (space tentative) on the back side of Destin, and one over by the Emerald Grand (biggest building in Destin.. can't miss it) for a nominal fee (parking is limited). White Point is an amazing spot to fish, situate yourself about 300 yards off the point closer to the bridge and you're guaranteed to tear into some Speckled Trout, Pompano Jack or Spanish Mackerels! Many many many bayous to be explored, and Crab Island at the end of the busy season is Redfish heaven! Seeing a school of hundreds of reds moving around is pretty wild!

Angie Malpede
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Hiking
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Chris G.
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Running
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Chris G.
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Walking
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