10 Budget Fort Walton Beach Attractions You Will Love
September 27th 2019
Fort Walton Beach, Florida, is one of those vacation spots where you go and never want to come home. Beautiful beaches, perfect weather, and a laundry list of fun activities make Fort Walton Beach one of the most exciting places to be on the Emerald Coast.
With so much to do and only a limited amount of time and money, we put together a quick Top 10 list that highlights budget Fort Walton Beach attractions that you absolutely must hit on your next beach vacation!
10 Budget Fort Walton Beach Attractions You Will Love...
Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park
The Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park has a dash of everything to feed your wild side and appetite for nature! From dolphin shows to dolphin encounters, come and see these amazing creatures duck, dash, and jump. Even more, meet and learn about turtles, alligators, penguins, and stingrays! Get discount admission on your next Gulfarmium Marine Adventure Park visit here by booking online.
Serious fun and adventure is the name of the game when you come to Wild Willy’s! Complete with 5 different and increasingly difficult levels of ropes courses, climbers maneuver and swing across the canopy as they explore the jungle and take in spectacular views of the Gulf from high up! When you eventually get back down to ground level you can also catch a movie in 3D, hit the arcade, and have a blast at the putt-putt golf course!
Get 10% OFF when you book your WILD WILLY’S TICKETS here online!
Big Kahuna's Water Park
Limitless options for wet and wild family fun is what Big Kahuna’s Water Park is all about. The slides, pools, and rides range from fast and slow, big and small which means something perfect for every member of the family. Take in the sun, float the lazy river, and prepare to get soaked! Save on admission tickets for on admission tickets for Big Kahuna's Water Park here online!
MAXIMUM MAGIC featuring Noah & Heather Wells
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Escape Zone 60
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Escape Zone 60 is a test against time. Do you have the wit, teamwork, and creative problem solving ability to succeed before the clock runs out? Bring yourself and at least 3 other friends or family members for a ton of fun and a great collaborative experience!
Camp Walton Schoolhouse
The Camp Walton Schoolhouse Museum is a great place to learn about the history of education in Okaloosa. Actual and replica artifacts stimulate and encourage learning and professional museum staff will help you guide your visit and fill in the blanks to bring you up to speed with everything educational in Fort Walton!
Emerald Coast Science Center
A true gem, the Emerald Coast Science Center highlights regional science exploration and discovery in areas like robotics, engineering, energy, and coastal ecosystems. Stop on by, bring your thinking cap, and get ready to be blown away by cutting-edge science and amazing exhibits.
Get out on the ocean and learn even more on a Fort Walton Beach-Okaloosa Island Boat Tour!
Indian Mound Museum
The Indian Temple Mound Museum is a cost-effective attraction that lies at the heart of historic downtown. Tracking over 10 thousand years of Native American history, the Temple Mound Museum is home to some of the most incredible artifacts including those from explorers and settlers.
Air Force Armament Museum
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The Air Force Armament Museum is an amazing attraction that is free of charge. From historic to cutting edge and everything in between, come check out some serious wings, artillery, and military might right here in Fort Walton Beach!
Okaloosa Island Pier
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The Okaloosa Island Pier is one of the most scenic and relaxing spots on the Emerald Coast. Come check out the surf, fishing, and ocean breeze as you stroll up and down the boardwalk. A little bit for everyone in the family with gift shops, food, and fun!
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