Afro-Dance at the Park
8 a.m. to sunset daily
This popular beach park is located on a 199-acre barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico and features more than a mile of unspoiled beach. Enjoy fishing, sunbathing, shelling, birding, picnicking, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving on the natural hard bottom reef just offshore. Named No. 9 on the Top Ten USA Beaches list.
Resident eagles, ospreys, owls, and other woodland species make room every fall for the migratory shore birds along the beach and in the natural hammock at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. Watch for dolphins in the Gulf near the beach and in Wiggins Pass. Bring your binoculars and cameras; there will be plenty of opportunities to use both.