Florida Beach Warning Flags
with Fort Walton Beach Okaloosa Island
along the coastal communities of Scenic Hwy 30A; Miramar Beach Sandestin Santa Rosa Beach Seaside Seacrest Grayton Beach Rosemary Beach Alys Beach Inlet Beach Watercolor Seagove Dune Allen Gulf Place
Sand and Water are the two natural elements we use during a SandCastle Lesson. When the water is closed we are unable to use the water from The Gulf of Mexico. Unfortunately sometimes this occurs on beautifully sunny days. Rip Currents are a serious matter – the safety of our guests is very important to Beach Sand Sculptures and the Sunshine State as well!
Florida’s Beach Warning Flag Program @ Florida Department of Environmental Protection
The safety and enjoyment of Florida’s public beaches are affected by changes in tide and surf conditions. To minimize the risks of drowning or serious injury, the Florida Coastal Management Program worked with the Florida Beach Patrol Chiefs Association, the United States Lifesaving Association (USLA), and the International Life Saving Federation to develop a uniform warning flag program for use by Florida’s beachfront communities.