Zip line over pristine ecosystems.
Follow a cool stream's course to the Gulf of Mexico.
Explore centuries of history and miles of protected national seashore.
From relics of old Florida to our new pier and zoo, experience Navarre Beach and historic Milton, Florida.
A condo, cottage or sprawling beach house in Navarre Beach.
The newest national hotel chains in centrally located historic Milton.
Memories of a lifetime in a cabin or historic schoolhouse inn in Blackwater River State Forest.
No matter where you stay with us, our warm welcome will keep you coming back.
This isn't your average beach-town vacation.
Explore the natural landscape while enjoying championship golf or on a safari at our new zoo. Catch dinner at one of our great restaurants or from our new record-setting pier. Witness history at our historic attractions or take a few antiques home.
With events year-round, there are reasons to visit every week.
Historic Milton and Navarre Beach, Florida have long attracted vacationers with our mild coastal climate. Navarre Beach, home to Gulf Islands National Seashore, is known for its cooling coastal breezes and sunny days. Just minutes upriver is Historic Milton, where rare habitats thrive undisturbed in the subtropical conditions. There is no off-season for outdoor enjoyment here. Enjoy Navarre Beach and Historic Milton all year, from golf and fishing to kayaking, zip lining, canoeing and biking.
Whether you’re traveling I-10’s convenient east-west route across northwest Florida or taking the more scenic and coast-hugging Highway 98, Navarre Beach is centrally located between Pensacola Beach and Fort Walton/Destin. While easily accessible from all of the Emerald Coast’s popular tourist spots, Navarre Beach offers an unmatched escape into a secluded vacation atmosphere where "old Florida" is alive and well.
Our Beaches to Rivers Parkway (Florida Hwy. 87) begins at Navarre Beach and Gulf Islands National Seashore and heads northward through centuries of history and diverse eco-systems in a short 25-mile drive toward historic Milton. Just follow Hwy. 87 north and Highway 90 west.
Guests say they come back because they feel like locals, not tourists. That’s because our "old Florida" atmosphere includes a centuries-old tradition of hospitality. Those of us who live here have chosen this area for many of the same reasons our guests do—unspoiled natural beauty, the preservation of history, the sense of a timeless escape that’s somehow convenient to everything.