Exciting Destin Water Sports on the Emerald Coast

Parasailing is one of the premier Destin water sports.Make your next Destin vacation truly unique this summer by trying one of the fun and exciting Destin water sports that fill the Emerald Coast. From parasailing to banana boat rides, there are enough Destin water sports to spice up any guest’s vacation this summer. 

Parasailing

Experience the breathtaking ocean views of the Emerald Coast like never before. Parasailing tours take guests high above the water to create exciting memories that will last for years to come. Just Chute Me! Parasail Company is just the team that can bring this Destin water sport to life. Taking passengers upwards of 800 feet into the air, the friendly staff at Just Chute Me offers 17 years of experience in bringing vacationers an ideal parasailing adventure. Their U.S. Coast Guard certified boats can hold anywhere between 12 and 15 passengers per tour.  If you forgot your camera, no worries, the staff at Just Chute Me offers a package that includes a photo visitors can take home as a souvenir of their adventure.

Kayaking

For visitors looking for a more low-key way to enjoy the beautiful ocean water, Henderson Park Inn suggests looking into the relaxing Destin water sport of kayaking. This ocean activity is a great way to spend a few hours, or an entire day, out in the clear water of the Emerald Coast. Guests will not want to miss out on this fun aquatic adventure!

Banana Boat Rides

Rated among one of the top thing things to do in Destin, Banana Boat rides promise to bring fun and exciting memories for every guest to enjoy. Guests can battle the waves on an exciting ride aboard the Banana Boat, or they can sit back and enjoy the view.

Looking for other fun and exciting ways to enjoy the beautiful Destin water? Guests of Henderson Park Inn will be pleased by the awe-inspiring beach views directly from the inn. Our friendly staff is eager to ensure that all guests’ needs are met while staying at Henderson Park Inn, including complimentary chairs and umbrellas for the day on a private beach.

Mal Alder

Mal Alder is a graduate of the University of Tennessee where she studied Creative Writing with a minor in Journalism and Electronic Media. Beyond writing, her interests include politics, new technology and anything involving the Smoky Mountains. When she's not at work she can be found at the dog park, a bookstore or a golf course, depending on the weather.