Watersound Monarch Art Trail Scavenger Hunt
Time & Location
About the Event
The WatersoundⓇ Monarch Art Trail (MAT) is an outdoor sculpture project created by the CAA with support from The St. Joe Community Foundation. The MAT will include eight original sculptures designed specifically for installation along South Watersound Parkway’s existing mile-long walking and bike path that connects Highways 98 and 30A. Use of the area was made possible by The St. Joe Company.
The MAT is part of the CAA’s Art in Public Places (AIPS) program created to fulfill its vision to make Walton County a creative place. Other current and future AIPS projects include the Underwater Museum of Art, the U.S. Highway 98 Underpass project, the “Art Thrives in South Walton” billboard project, and a Walton County mural project.
Join us on Saturday, November 13th from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm for a family scavenger hunt and other fun entertainment. Guests are encouraged to download the OtoCast App for a self-guided audio tour which includes a description for each artwork from the artist.
Participants can complete and submit the scavenger hunt questions form onsite or online HERE to get a FREE pair of wings at the Flutterby Festival on Sunday, November 14th at Village Commons in Watersound Origins! Check in at the merchandise table to pick up a pair of wings to decorate and take home (a $10 value!) at Sunday's Flutterby event from 10 am - 4pm.
Attendees who wish to rent a bike and pedal the trail, can park and rent a bike for $20 at the nearby Peddler's Pavilion located in the Villages of South Walton at Seacrest Beach.
Parking for the MAT events is located on the north end of the trail at the Magnet Innovation Center at 133 South Watersound Parkway.