About Blue Mountain Beach
Blue Mountain Beach is known for pristine beaches, clear blue water, and eye-catching lupine flowers - bright purplish-blue plants that make for a gorgeous backdrop to this charming neighborhood. Our Blue Mountain Beach vacation rentals are the perfect home base for a relaxing Beaches of South Walton
getaway amid a peaceful community that values simple beach living.
Where is Blue Mountain Beach?
Featuring the highest elevation levels of any area along Florida's Gulf Coast, Blue Mountain Beach offers spectacular views of the water. Located along Highway 30-A
, a famous strip of nearly 29 miles of roadway that offers beautiful beach scenery, this lovely little neighborhood sits between Santa Rosa Beach
to the west and Grayton Beach to the east.
Things to Do in Blue Mountain Beach
Outdoor activities abound in Blue Mountain Beach! The area is home to The Coastal Dune Lakes of Walton County
- Little Redfish Lake, Big Redfish Lake and Draper Lake - and is one of only a handful of locations around the world that features these natural wonders. Here, you can fish, kayak, or take an eco tour with a guide who can teach you all about these wonderful phenomena.
Point Washington State Forest
also lies within Blue Mountain Beach. Follow the trail and discover cypress swamps, longleaf pines, and large fields of wildflowers. Visitors can also enjoy hunting, off-road bicycling, and hiking - all great ways to experience the captivating nature that Florida
has to offer!
Once you've gone back to one of our cozy Blue Mountain vacation rentals to freshen up, you can head to a local food shack like Johnny McTighe's Irish Pub. Be sure to check out Sally's by the Sea Store and Sally's Backside, a two-in-one store, hangout area, and eatery.
If you're looking to relax by the seashore, our Central Florida vacation rentals
are the place to be. Book your Blue Mountain Beach vacation rental today, and soak up more than just Florida sunshine; soak up all the views, scenery, and activities that come with a perfect Florida beach neighborhood, too!
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