Evening on the Beach
Evening at the Beach
Savor breathtaking sunset views and an experience unlike any other with a front row seat at your own private three-hour long beach bonfire. Complete with 20 beach chairs, a table, tiki torches, speakers for music via your smart phone, a corn hole game, s’mores, and a cooler of ice, you will have everything you need for an evening to remember on our white sugar sand beaches. Want a worry-free dinner? Let us take care of it all with dinner around the bonfire with a low country boil, Southern BBQ or hamburgers & hotdogs!
Families, groups, and those looking for a unique beach experience.
Our Evening on the Beach is suited for all ages.
An Evening at the Beach includes the bonfire permit, 3 hour bonfire, 20 beach chairs, a table, tiki torches, 1 cooler of ice, s’mores, a cornhole game, speakers for music, and an beach bonfire attendant on site for set up, clean up, and the duration of the fire.
Low Country Boil: Adults, $49/person.
Southern BBQ: $36/person.
Hamburgers and Hot Dogs: $18/person*.
Chilled Seafood Station: $36.
For any dinner items, there is a $100 flat service fee.
This experience is offered every day of the week and fires can begin between 6-8 pm. Fires must be completed by 12 midnight.
Is there a maximum or minimum number of people we can have?
No, there is no maximum or minimum for the Evening at the Beach Experience.
Where can I have this on the beach?
The Evening at the Beach Experience is offered at any public beach access in Walton County. Please note that while we will do our best to secure the location you would like, bonfire permits may only be requested (1) week out from the date of the event and are limited in the number granted per access.
Is there any food included in this experience? If not, can I order food or bring my own?
The only food included in the Evening at the Beach is the s’mores package which serves around 20. Yes, you can absolutely order food through 360 Blue or bring whatever food you would like. Please note glass is prohibited on Walton County beaches.
What do the dinner options cost?
Dinner can always be added on for your Evening at the Beach Experience! Food options include low country boils, hamburgers and hot dogs, and Southern BBQ.
Low Country Boils (shrimp, potatoes, sausage): Adults: $49/person
Southern BBQ (pulled pork, chicken wings, coleslaw, baked beans, potato salad, and a variety of sauces): $36/person
All-American Meals (burgers, hot dogs, black bean/veggie available upon request, kettle chips): $18/person
Please note that for any food order a $100 catering fee is added.
What exactly does the Evening at the Beach Experience include?
The Evening at the Beach Experience includes the bonfire permit, a 3 hour long bonfire, 20 beach chairs, a table, tiki torches, 1 cooler of ice, s’mores, a cornhole game, speakers for music, and an beach bonfire attendant onsite for set up, clean up, and the duration of the fire.
Are beverages included with the bonfire or food packages?
No, beverages are not provided with the Evening at the Beach Experience or with any of the food packages. However, you are more than welcome to bring whatever drinks you like. Please note glass is prohibited on Walton County beaches.
What time can this experience start?
This experience can start anytime between 6-8 pm during peak season. Outside of peak season start times may vary from 4-8 pm.
What should I bring/wear?
We recommend bringing a blanket or sweatshirt to wear just in case it gets chilly.
For more information, please call 844-374-2203, email us at email@example.com directly or inquire using the contact form.
If the bonfire is canceled within 8-14 days of your scheduled event, a $75 cancellation fee will apply. If the bonfire is canceled within one week of your scheduled event, a half refund or full store credit will be available. Cancellations within 24 hours will not be refunded unless due to weather. 360 Blue reserves the right to cancel the bonfire if weather is unfavorable. There is no charge for bonfires canceled due to inclement weather. Rescheduling is recommended, although not guaranteed. A weather call will be made at 3 p.m. on the day of your scheduled bonfire.