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Beach Bonfire Locations and Permitting

Bonfires can be held at several public beach accesses or at many gulf front homes with home owner's written permission; however, all fires are subject to Walton County bonfire permit availability.

Click here to enter your address into our interactive Google Map to view the public access points that are closest to you. TIP: From within the Google Map, click the spy glass, enter your address, then, zoom out until you see OUR icons (black and orange). You will see many access points along the beach, but you're looking specifically for the ones that we service. Black circle icons with fire inside are Regional Beach Accesses, and Orange circle icons with fire inside are Neighborhood Accesses.

Public Beaches--
We can setup bonfires at the following public beach access points. They are listed from the east to the west along 30A. RBA indicates Regional Beach Access. Click the access name for more information about each access point. Click "Video" on the RBA points to view a video of those locations.

Access Name Parking Restrooms
South Walton Lakeshore/Phillips Inlet Ltd. No
Inlet Beach RBA (Video) Yes Yes
Wall Street No No
Walton Dunes Yes No
One Seagrove Place No No
Santa Clara RBA (Video)
Yes Yes
Andalusia No No
Gardenia No No
Scenic 395 No No
Nightcap No No
Hickory No No
Grayton Dunes/Grayton Beach Ltd. No
Gulf View Heights RBA (Video)
Yes Yes
Spooky Lane No No
Shellseekers Cove No No
Ed Walline RBA (Video) Yes Yes
Fort Panic RBA (Video) Yes Yes
Dune Allen RBA (Video) Yes Yes
Scenic Gulf Dr (Video) Yes Yes

Private Beaches--
We can setup bonfires for homeowners who own their property to the water line.

With written permission from the homeowner, we can setup bonfires on private beaches for their renters. .

Bonfires on private beaches are still subject to permit availability.


Bring your friends and family together for an experience they will never forget.

You may add onto any of our bonfire packages–
*An additional hour
*Cooler with ice
*Corn Hole Game

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Common Bonfire Questions

What time should I start my bonfire?
That's totally up to you! Some folks want to watch the sunset, and others want to start when it's totally dark. Click here to preview local sunset times. Keep in mind that it gets dark roughly one hour after sunset.

Why do you ask me to choose my top three location choices when booking a bonfire?
There are a limited number of permits available at each location. If we cannot purchase a permit at your first choice, we will automatically try for your next choice.

What if I have more than 29 guests at my bonfire?
Walton County has special event permit requirements if you have more than 29 guests at your event. Ask and we'll walk you through the process!

What about food?
We provide a table and table cloth for your use. You may bring any food or beverage that you like or have it catered. Just remember-- no glass or ceramic on the beach.

What if the weather is bad?
You have until 1 pm on the day of your bonfire to decide if you would like to cancel due to weather conditions. If you cancel due to weather, all money is refunded minus the non-refundable/non-transferable $105 bonfire permit fee. If you would like to reschedule your bonfire, we will work with you to make the proper arrangements, but you will need to pay $105 for a new permit as the original permit cannot be transferred to another date or location.

Sea Turtles:
Turtle nesting along the Gulf Coast beach occurs from May through October. It's an exciting time! We are grateful to the South Walton Turtle Watch folks for their diligent husbandry management. If you happen upon a stranded turtle, DON'T touch it and DON'T blind it with your flashlight. DO call the turtle hotline 850-865-4503 immediately.   If you would like more information on these beautiful creatures and how to support local conservation efforts, contact Friends of SW Turtles or Sea Turtle Conservancy. Occasionally, we need to work around turtle nests, so thank you in advance if that comes up.


Special Announcement Concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19):

We understand that many of our customers have had interruptions in their planned vacations to our area due to the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. In response to this situation we are temporarily revising our "No Refunds" cancellation policy to help accommodate our valued customers during this unforeseen situation.

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