The 10th annual Beaches to Woodlands Tour has become a true Santa Rosa County multi-generational showcase with more than 40 events staged throughout the month of October.from Navarre Beach and Gulf Breeze in the south to the north end communities of Historic Downtown Milton and Pace and rural communities of Munson, Allentown and Jay.
“This tour was designed to bring people into Santa Rosa County during a slower time of the year,” said fifth-year tour coordinator Karen Harrell. “Over the past decade the tour has become a beloved part of the Fall season for locals and visitors alike who have discovered how many great treasures this county has to offer.”
Most of the events are free or low-cost and are tied to a charity. Area accommodations offer special rates and deals from beach rentals to RV parks, hotels and wooded cabins.
“After the 100 days of summer (high season) are over, rates drop and so do the crowds and it can be the perfect time to get away whether you live 100 miles away or just 10,” Harrell said. “We all need a change of scenery from time to time.”
Have a suggestion or question? Email Karen Harrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-291-1266.
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