10 Jun 2021
June on Okaloosa Island and Destin is HERE!
Enjoy the beautiful weather, the white sandy beaches on Okaloosa Island, and all the activities available in June. Here are some events for all age groups, from the Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island to the fishing tournaments at the Boat House Oyster Bar in Destin, there is always something to do. Here are some of our favorite things to do in June on or near Okaloosa Island.
10-week tournament over Red Snapper, Gag Grouper, and Greater Amberjack. The boats are separated by Federal, State, and Private
This 10-week tournament will concentrate on three main species — red snapper, gag grouper, and greater amberjack. The boats will be separated by Federal, State, and Private. We also feature a “Pounders” division where registered boats may weigh their one-person bag limit per trip keeping a running tally of weight throughout the tournament, along with Ladies & Juniors Divisions.
August 1st & 2nd is the Garbo World Championship, the two days Federal water permitted boats can catch all three featured species.
To register, contact Amber at email@example.com
The Downtown FWB Farmer's Market will be open the 2nd Saturday of every month, year-round. The market opens at 8 am and closes at 1 pm and is held at the Fort Walton Beach Landing Park, 139 SE Brooks Street, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548.
Our vendors offer an array of locally grown and handmade items such as fresh produce, local honey, farm fresh eggs, fresh dairy products (milk, cream, cheeses, ice cream) grass-fed beef, fresh pork, freshly roasted coffee, Italian Ice, homegrown herbs, baked goods, handmade pasta, jams, jellies, salsas, dips, pickled veggies, infused kinds of vinegar, soaps, crafts, and tons more!
Feel free to stroll down the streets of Downtown Fort Walton Beach after the Farmers Market and check out our local flavor and southern hospitality. Our community offers many unique boutiques, restaurants, and bars perfect for a Saturday afternoon.
AHOY MATEY!! Some scallywags have come aboard and taken over Al’s Beach Club & Burger Bar! All lads, lassies, buccaneers, and landlubbers come aboard and join us along with Captain Davy and his crew for some good ole pirate shenanigans and a bit of magic! Avast Ye, Capt. Davy and the Crossbones will be sure to bring out your inner privateer with song and dance as they perform on stage at Al’s Beach Club & Burger Bar.
Pirate Show happens every Monday, from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm starting March 15th through August 9th!
The Air Force Armament Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to the collection, preservation and exhibition of artifacts and memorabilia associated with Air Force Armament and its platforms of delivery. There are over 29 different aircraft that have found a home at the Air Force Armament Museum including an AC-130, B-17, B-25, B-52, P-51, A-10, F-15, F-16, F-100, F-101, and many other aircraft from the WWII era to the present. There are also several hundred pieces of armament to include a gun collection, bombs, bomblets, and missiles to include the Sparrow, Sidewinder, cluster bombs, Bunker Buster, and the MOAB. A 32-minute film on the history of Eglin Air Force Base and its role in the development of armament is shown continuously throughout the day. No advance notice is necessary for groups; however, it is best to call ahead at (850) 882-4062 to ensure there are no other functions occurring at the same time. Groups with children under 10 years of age must have one adult for every five to seven children. There is a lot to see and do at the Air Force Armament Museum. If you do not see everything in one visit, there’s always tomorrow and chances are good that we’ll be open.