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Be a SandCastle RockStar – in a 2 hour Lesson

SandCastle Lesson be a Rockstar

SandCastle Lessons are a unique 2-Hour experience for the whole family; recommended for kids and adults. Working together on one big project, your SandCastle RockStars will create a masterpiece to make everyone on the beach jealous; we call this “SandCastle Envy”. RockStar? REALLY? Oh YES! SandCastle ROCKSTARS! During your SandCastle Lesson, as you turn sand…

2018 Summer Jobs on the beach in Destin, Florida

audrey and nathan sandcastle crew

Job (no experience necessary) – Destin, Miramar, Fort Walton Beach, Santa Rosa Beach, South Walton, 30A, Panama City Beach (near Niceville, Defuniak Springs, Freeport, Navarre, Crestview, Lynn Haven) – Northwest Florida SandCastle Coach                                            …

Emerald Coast Realtors: a Closing Gift to Remember

greenlee family

by Capri Mungeam – Marketing/VP, Beach Sand Sculptures Realtors on Florida’s Emerald Coast, just like any other location, sometimes struggle to find just the right Closing Gift for their clients. Closing gifts not only serve as a nice gesture on a happy occasion, but they can also leave a lasting impression upon the buyers and…

Unique Christmas Stocking Stuffers – SandCastle Lessons

Give Vacation Memories for Christmas Does someone on your Christmas List vacation in Destin – Fort Walton Beach – or along the beaches of Scenic Hwy 30A in South Walton, Florida? Then we have the PERFECT Stocking Stuffer! SandCastle Lessons with Beach Sand Sculptures. Ahhh just go ahead – give your family a SandCastle Lesson…

SandCastle Lessons Expand on Florida Beaches

Beach Sand Sculptures van

SandCastle Lessons Expand SandCastle Lessons with Beach Sand Sculptures; The #1 Tripadvisor Activity in Destin are now available in Fort Walton Beach, Fl. They now provide a unique family bonding experience to vacationer along on Okaloosa Island (aka Fort Walton Beach, Fl) on the Emerald Coast on the Florida’s panhandle. FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. — Beach Sand Sculptures…

Where did you get the Sand? FAQ #20

Yes people really do ask this question, and you might too if you happened upon a 4-5 ton sand sculpture on the beach standing 6 feet tall. A:  . For those of you who really must know, the answer is – from the beach. The trick is to shovel the sand from the top layer…