Trails are located throughout the Watersound® community meandering through homes and community amenities. In the fall of 2014, a new 5 mile trail was completed that has a trailhead in Watersound OriginsSM and winds through the pine woods all the way to the Panama City Beach Conservation Park.
The Watersound Trail currently connects Walton County from the Watersound OriginsSM community to the Panama City Beach Conservation Park. This is a 5 mile trail that can be accessed at Village Commons in Watersound OriginsSM and is perfect for a leisurely stroll or a quiet bike ride through nature. * The Watersound Trail will be closed for the remainder of 2016 – due to exciting new developments in the community. Look forward to its return in 2017!
For questions about the Watersound Trail call 850-213-5299
The Conservation Park consists of 2,912 total acres with 24 miles of trails. This area is open to bikers, hikers, and nature lovers. This park exists to protect the natural resources while also providing an outdoor recreational facility. Approximately 11 miles away
Currently connecting the Panama City Beach Conservation Park to Frank Brown Park, it will eventually span most of Panama City Beach. Approximately 11 miles away