8 Unique Places to Stay in Navarre Beach

  1. Modern Treehouse
    Located within Coldwater Gardens, this tree house is positioned among dense magnolia canopy and overlooks cotton fields. Tree house includes 2 queen beds, a full bath, equipped kitchen, hot tub and a fire pit. Guests can enjoy the Treehouse year-round with its heat and AC.
Photo by Coldwater Gardens
  1. Katie’s Kaboose
    All aboard! Katie’s Kaboose is a one-of-a-kind accommodation at Adventures Unlimited. Katie’s Kaboose is a renovated train caboose equipped with a full sized bed and single trundle bed. You and your guests will love sitting by the campfire during the evening after a day of zip-lining and tubing. S’mores, anyone?
  1. Glamping tent
    You’ll be camping in style with Coldwater Gardens’ Glamping tents. Each tent includes a queen size Tempurpedic bed, mini-fridge, coffee maker and fire pit. Evenings can get chilly during the winter season, bringing extra blankets is recommended.
  1. Lorax Loft
    The perfect spot for an adventure loving couple. The Lorax Loft sleeps 2 people and is perched among the trees overlooking Coldwater Creek. Let romance spark with its champagne soaker tub, fireplace and outdoor swing.
  1. Luxury RV
    Ideal for weekend stays, this Luxury RV is equipped with a full kitchen, private master suite, convertible sofa, and dinette. Guests can also enjoy an onsite grill, bikes, paddleboards, kayaks and beach chairs.

    Photo by Air BnB

  1. Tiny-House Cabana
    This open-air cabana gives guests the best of both worlds – comfort and nature. This cabana is equipped with a queen size Tempurpedic bed, outdoor stainless steel kitchen, fire pit, charcoal and propane grills, outdoor shower, and climate controlled bed and bath.

Photo by Coldwater Gardens

  1. Tent
    If you’re looking to enjoy nature to its fullest, consider camping at one of the many great locations surrounding Navarre Beach.

One great place to camp is Blackwater River State Park, which has 30 campsites available.  Blackwater River camping sites are nestled among longleaf pine trees and are equipped with electrical service and potable water connections. Campsites can host tent camping and RVs up to 50 feet. The best seasons for comfortable camping are fall and spring.

  1. “No Shoes” Beach House
    This brand new 9 bed / 9.5 bath beach house can sleep you and 29 of your closest friends. This beach house is one of the largest homes on Navarre Beach and is located directly across from the Gulf of Mexico. Guests can enjoy a private pool, game room with two arcade games, an outdoor ping pong table and parking for 14 vehicles.
Photo by VRBO

Whether you’re looking for a weekend camping adventure, or a luxury week by the beach, Santa Rosa County has many one-of-a-kind accommodations for you. What are you waiting for? Time to pack your bags!