Homes for Sale Watercolor, FL - 30a
This planned community was strategically placed between Western Lake and the gorgeous beaches of South Walton. There are also condos in Watercolor near the beach club. The watercolor neighborhood has been set up to allow residents and visitors to get around by bike and walking. There are miles of biking and walking trails throughout the neighborhood. Restaurants, shopping, and amenities like beachfront pools are all accessible without getting your car. Sometimes Watercolor is confused with its neighbor, the planned community of Seaside.
When people visit this slice of heaven located in South Walton Beach it is no surprise they never want to return home. The only thing left for you to do is to click on one of the links below and find your dream home or property.
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Fun things to do at Watercolor Florida
You can always choose to swim in the emerald green, warm Gulf waters, but living in Watercolor gives you additional options for aquatic fun. There are four community pools in Watercolor. Each one has its own character, but they all have private restrooms and towel service. A fan favorite for the younger set is the Frog Pool. Three mosaic frogs stand guard at the edge of the pool. Each frog has a stream of water shooting out of its mouth. Children love to climb on the frogs, stand under the spray, and even fill water balloons for more pool play.
The Dragonfly Pool
Another fun pool is the Dragonfly Pool. It is a favorite for kids where they are free to bring their floaties, noodles, and assorted pool toys. In 2018, extensive renovations were approved for the remaining two pools.
Camp Watercolor Pool
Camp watercolor is the newest thing to happen at Watercolor. It has a large pool with walk-in access and a splash pad with interactive dancing water jets and a water slide. This pool is designed to accommodate families of all ages. When you’re ready for a time out, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the view of Western Lake.
The Watercolor Beach Club
There are two resort-style pools with expanded pool deck seating and sunbathing areas at the Watercolor Beach Club. The pool decks will be terraced so sunbathers can still enjoy unobstructed views of the Gulf of Mexico. There will also be two new pool deck cabanas for those who prefer some shade.
Western Lake is one of the rare coastal dune lakes in Northwest Florida. At the Watercolor Boathouse, you can rent canoes, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards. The Boathouse offers lessons for those who are new to SUP, as well as tours and workouts for the more experienced.
Just about everyone that comes to Watercolor ditches the car as soon as they get here. The primary mode of transportation in Watercolor is bicycles. Should you wish to rent a bike. Whether on a rented bike, or your own, be sure to check out the extensive Woodland Trail System that winds through native forests and around coastal dune lakes. If you prefer to stick to pavement, there are paved bike and walking paths through the residential areas in Watercolor. You can also bike toward the beach and ride on the 30a bike path.
The bike path follows 30a the entire length from Rosemary Beach all the way through the Santa Rosa Beach community. You can leisurely make your way along shaded roads as you take in the architecture and beautiful homes. Alternatively, You can go to the Watercolor Crossings (where the Watercolor Publix is) and visit Pedago to rent an electric bike. This is the best way to get some exercise but cover a ton of ground at the same time.
Grayton Beach State Park
When you buy your home in Watercolor, you will have easy access to the 2,000 acres of preserved land at Grayton Beach State Park. You may wish to bring your stand up paddleboard out onto Western Lake, or rent a canoe or kayak for some time on the water. Western Lake is a 100-acre coastal dune lake where anglers find both fresh and saltwater fish in the brackish water.
Grayton Beach State Park has four miles of trails through sand dunes, pine flatwoods, scrub oaks, and magnolias that have been bent and twisted by salt winds. If four miles of walking isn’t enough for you, Grayton Beach State Park trails connect to trails in Point Washington State Forest. When guests come to visit, you will want to take them to Grayton Beach State Park to marvel at the beauty of the beach at sunset. Don’t forget your camera because they will be sure to want some photos in this picturesque setting.