Paddleboarding in 30A

Looking for things to do South Walton Beach Florida? Try paddleboarding! While the sport of paddleboarding has roots in ancient Polynesian culture, it’s only really gained steam in the past decade or so, quickly surpassing many other forms of water-based sports to become one of the most popular ways to have fun on the water. Learn more about paddleboarding in 30A down below!

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If you’re interested in renting out a stand-up paddleboard (SUP), there are a number of local rental providers that can help you out.

 

YOLO Board offers 30a paddle board rentals, as well as gear, boards, and paddles for purchase. You can rent on an hourly, half-day, or daily basis. Additionally, the company also offers lessons at their Sandestin location, as well as SUP tours and group paddles of Western lake in Grayton Beach State Park.

 

Coldwater Excursions is another rental and tour company in the area that offers 30a paddle board rentals and tours out of Alys Beach, Rosemary Beach, Seacrest, Seaside, Seagrove, Inlet Beach, and Santa Rosa Beach.

 

Once you’ve gotten your SUP board and gear, try launching out on the water! Grayton Beach State Park is a fantastic place for paddleboarding, especially if you’re not quite ready to take on the ocean waves. Explore the park’s famous Western Lake, easily accessible from the eastern entrance. It’s a picturesque place to enjoy paddleboarding and sightseeing in the park, encompassed by dense pine forests. Nearby, the boat ramp east of Red Bar is also a great place to launch your SUP board.

 

On Santa Rosa beach, Hogtown Bayou is a lovely place to paddleboard. And if you think you can handle a longer paddle, you can explore Choctawhatchee Bay, with its numerous inlets and beautiful homes visible from the water. Hogtown Bayou’s sunsets are especially beautiful, making this a fantastic destination for sunset paddleboarding—though morning paddleboarding is best if you’re planning on launching into the Gulf of Mexico.

 

After you’ve grown comfortable with paddleboarding, you may want to try something unique and exciting, such as paddleboard yoga. 30A Paddleboard Yoga offers yoga classes using paddleboards out of Grayton Beach, Seaside, WaterColor, and Rosemary Beach. You can also receive private lessons, sunset paddle tours, and more.