Waterscape Condominiums Overview
Are you looking for the perfect place to stay for a family vacation in Florida? The Waterscape Condominiums by ResortQuest in Fort Walton Beach gives families the ideal accommodations for an unforgettable trip. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and offer a wide range of amenities and fun activities. In addition, it is centrally located in the Fort Walton Beach area, making it easy to travel and see everything that is possible along Florida’s famed Emerald Coast.
People come to Fort Walton Beach for their beach vacations in Florida from all over the world. The area has rightfully earned a reputation as a premier tourist destination in the United States because of its beautiful beaches and world-class dining, attractions and entertainment. Staying at the Waterscape Condominiums brings you close to all the action. Guests can lounge at a spot on almost 500 yards of pristine beach that is exclusive for the condos. There are also three beautiful swimming pools, including a “lazy river” perfect for families who want to float on a inner tube.
When it comes to relaxing beach vacations, Fort Walton Beach is a great choice. Along with hanging out on one of the white, sandy beaches, visitors can also indulge in a wide range of water activities. Tourists can go sailing, boating or water skiing. Snorkeling and scuba diving are also popular activities, as the Atlantic Ocean is home to some breathtaking marine life. Anglers can also charter a boat for some deep-sea fishing. Even if you don’t reel in a big one, you’re sure to have an amazing time.
A stay at the Waterscape Condominiums is sure to be a pleasant experience, whether you are on a family trip or a romantic getaway. Rooms offer stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico and are angled to give the best perspectives. The courtyard has two hot tubs, perfect for enjoy clear skies on a summer night. Other amenities include BBQs perfect for grilling and complimentary WiFi access.
Persons booking unit must be over 25 and occupy unit for entire rental period. No singles under 25 w/o guardian.
The City of Fort Walton Beach, home to 22,000 people, was first formed and chartered as a metropolis in 1937. Though Fort Walton Beach is a fairly young city, its history actually goes back thousands of years.