Henderson Beach National Park
One of the most beautiful sights while visiting the park is a breathtaking view of a Dolphin family (porpoise) as they emerge from the waters for a breath of air, or a group of Rays as they soar across the shallow waters along the coastline.
Activities that visitors can enjoy while visiting Henderson Beach State Park include swimming, surf fishing, picnicking, camping, bicycle riding, nature trials, family reunions & weddings, as well as a leisurely walk in the sugar white sand or in the splash of the emerald green water.Henderson Beach State Park is located just east of the city of Destin on U.S.98, approximately 1.5 miles west of toll road 293 (Mid Bay Bridge). From the Northwest, take I-10 to highway 85 south until you reach highway 98. Drive east for approximately 10 miles and you will see signs for the park on the right. From the Northeast, take I-10 to Highway 331 South to Highway 20 West to Toll Road 293 South (Mid Bay Bridge). Go across the Mid Bay Bridge and turn west (right) on Highway 98. Drive approximately 1.5 miles west and park entrance will be on your left.
Hi my friends,
I hope you enjoy these sunset shots like I did it to photograph them for you! Today we will drive the last miles in Florida to Pensacola and after that we will enter the State of Alabama, trying to get an inexpensive night camp over there at the shores.
Oh, btw., we have entered yesterday also another time zone and were very surprised that our watches did'nt changed automatically also to Central time...LOL...