The City of Destin has beautiful beach parks as well as one county beach park and a state beach park. Below is a list of the public beach parks, amenities and beach trails.
June White Decker Beach Park (approximately .29 acres, over 70 parking spaces, showers and restrooms).
Trails are Silver Shells and Calhoun
Norreigo Point Beach Park (approximately 9.27 acres, 27 parking spaces, showers and overlooks the east pass, restrooms coming soon).
Trails are Norriego Point and O’Steen
Shore at Crystal Beach Park (approximately 65 feet, 9 parking spaces, restrooms, showers and a covered picnic area).
Trails are Shirah and Crystal Beach
Henderson Beach is a state park that boasts over a mile of beach that charges a daily admission fee. The park has over 300 parking spaces, beach wheelchairs, covered picnic pavilions, restroom facilities, grills, accessible campsites and parking. Call 850.837.7550 for more information.
James Lee Park is a county beach park with over a quarter of a mile of beach near the Walton/Okaloosa County line. This park has 3 pavilions, 41 picnic tables, 9 dune walkovers, a playground, restrooms with changing rooms, showers and over 100 parking spaces. Call 850.689.5772 for more information.
Public Beach Parks and Trails Map
Per city ordinance, items left on the beach overnight at the beach trails will be removed by city staff. Please help us preserve our little piece of paradise by kindly removing all items that you brought with you, future generations are depending on you. Thank you for your help to protect our beautiful Emerald Coast.
Learn more about Okaloosa County beach rules and information, including beach flags/safety, rip currents and sea turtle protection. For additional beach safety tips and information regarding lifeguards, visit www.destinfire.com. To request a beach wheelchair, call the Destin Fire Control District at (850) 837-8413.
To see the current beach flag, visit the Destin Beach Safety Facebook Page. Destin beach flags are managed by the Destin Fire Control District.
Also, see the city'sFrequently Asked Questions. (Pets, Fires, Fireworks, Glass, Littering and Vehicles are NOT ALLOWED on the beaches). Please do not block beach trails.