How to Make the Most of Thanksgiving on 30A in Florida

Updated: 7 days ago


If you're looking for a place to escape the cold this Thanksgiving, look no further than 30A in sunny Florida! Although you never know whether it will be 75 and sunny or 40 and cloudy this time of year, there are still plenty of things to do on 30A thanks to its great weather and even better company. From Watercolor parks to family games, here are some of the best ways to make the most of your Thanksgiving this year.





Turkey Trot: One of the main events that takes place on 30A during Thanksgiving is the 30A 10K and one mile. It is perfect for all ages and benefits a great cause. With such a scenic route, it's easy to see why this event is so popular among locals and visitors alike.


Watercolor Parks: locals know that one of the best things about living on 30A is having access to all of the amazing parks. Watercolor, in particular, has some of the most beautiful parks in all of Florida. From Nature Walk to Cerulean Park, there's something for everyone to enjoy. So if you're looking for a place to take a walk or just relax with a good book, these parks are definitely worth checking out.


Family Games: Another great way to spend Thanksgiving on 30A is by playing some family games. From football and frisbee to cornhole and horseshoes, there's no shortage of fun activities to choose from. And what's more, these games are a great way to create lasting memories with your loved ones.





What to do about Thanksgiving Food!

Here is a list of local places that are offering pickup options!


LOCATIONS WITH THANKSGIVING DAY MEALS

Ovide

Marrow Private Chefs

The Bay Restaurant

The Great Southern Cafe

Down Island Gulf Seafood Restaurant

Beach Cow at WaterColor Beach Club

The Canteen at WaterColor Resort.

Scratch Biscuit Kitchen





No matter what Mother Nature has in store for us this Thanksgiving, there's always something fun to do on 30A. So if you're looking for a place to escape the cold and spend some quality time with your loved ones, look no further than 30A.



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