Henderson Beach State Park

Henderson Beach State Park comprises some 6,000 feet of the most gorgeous, white sand beaches along the Emerald Coast in Florida. You will be absolutely impressed by the breathtaking vistas of the crystal clear, emerald waters and the sand that resembles fluffy sugar more than anything else. Henderson Beach Park Destin Florida is not only a place where you will enjoy the raw natural beauty of the Gulf Coast, but also a wide variety of water sports and activities. These activities include everything from swimming and sunbathing to scuba diving and snorkeling. Henderson Beach quite literally has something that is sure to appeal to everyone, as long as you love the sun and idyllic weather conditions.

There are boardwalks that provide convenient access to Henderson Beach and two large pavilions for outdoor barbecues and gatherings. There are also public facilities within easy reach of the beach (restrooms, changing rooms, etc.). The nature trail provides insight into the beauty of the beaches and the dunes and there are over 60 campsites at Henderson Beach State Park. The campsites are perfect for people looking to stay under the stars or in their RV in Henderson Beach Park Destin Florida. There are hook-ups for electricity so you will be able to charge up before getting on your way to the next destination. One of the bonuses of this place is that it is pet-friendly as well. So enjoy one of the most beautiful parts of the Emerald Coast of Florida and see the beautiful coastline and dune ecosystem. It is a memorable experience to be sure.

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