WaterColor is a vibrant beach resort and residential community that eases into its natural surroundings with a Southern simplicity and grace.
Hidden behind towering pines and native vegetation of an old growth coastal forest on the Gulf side of Scenic Highway 30-A is the charming, coastal retreat called WaterSound West Beach.
WaterSound Beach is a sophisticated, stylish gated community with a variety of cottages, homes and upscale condominiums that sit gracefully among dramatic dunes, meandering boardwalks and lush natural spaces.
Named "Course of the Millennium" by Travel + Leisure magazine, Camp Creek Golf Club is a Tom Fazio-designed, 18-hole, par-72 championship course measuring 7,159 yards and is a challenging course. Daily fee players welcome.
Adjacent to Lake Powell, the WaterSound community celebrates its vast natural surroundings by keeping natural conservation areas while offering an array of recreational activities such as walking and biking trails, fishing, swimming or just exploring.
The Origins Golf Club at WaterSound strives to make golf more fun and accessible to families, beginners and casual golfers, offering a six-hole regulation course that alternatively plays as a nine-hole executive course and a 10-hole par-three layout. Daily fee players welcome.
Designed by Greg Norman, the private Shark's Tooth was named one of "America's Best Residential Courses" as named by Golfweek. It stretches 7,209 yards from the back tees and features five fairways that border scenic Lake Powell. In addition to memberships, access to Shark's Tooth is available to property owners and resort guests in JOE-designated communities.
If you enjoy traveling or having family and friends come to visit you, the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport is convenient to many of St. Joe's communities along the Emerald Coast. Seviced by Delta and Southwest Airlines, access to international travel has become more convenient for Northwest Florida because of this newly-opened airport.
RiverCamps on Crooked Creek is a residential community carefully nestled in a secluded woodland preserve along the sparkling waters of Crooked Creek and the spectacular 18,000-acre expanse of West Bay in Bay County.
The Breakfast Point community epitomizes the importance of a convenient location. Imagine living in a community that's nestled next to thousands of acres of conservation land and within 2 miles of the beautiful, white sandy beaches and shimmering waters of the Emerald Coast as well as good schools, shopping, dining and medical facilities.