Overlooking the waterfront and right in the middle of everything, the Village Center is becoming the gathering place and hub of activity within the community. Local musicians have appeared at the amphitheatre. With shops such as Joseph's Cottage and The Fuss Boutique, the Village Center has small town charm in a big way!
BeachWalk and BoardwalkWindMark Beach is designed to be a tigh-knit community, with the BeachWalk tying it together. Planned to eventually stretch three and a half miles along the waterfront, it will connect the proposed 14 miles of walkways and boardwalks that will wind through WindMark Beach. Perfect for a leisurely strolling, morning jogging, biking and inline skating, the BeachWalk keeps everybody moving.
Fit As A FiddleThis new state-of-the-art fitness center has top of the line equipment by TechnoGym and PreCor. PreCor equipment has personal televisions installed for viewing and also has a hook-up for personal earphones. There are two large screen televisions for all to view as well. Lockers, showers and changing rooms are also an added bonus.
Village Center Pool
The Windmark Beach Pool club includes a 35,000 square foot zero-entry pool with direct access to the beachwalk. Adjacent to the deck is a substantial lawn area with a children's playground. Guests at Seagull Landing have access to the Village Center pool, in addition to the pool at Windmark Way (closest to the house).
Steps away from a stunning 3-mile stretch of beach, Boon Docks Restaurant is a casual Gulf-front venue featuring local seafood and area produce, with outstanding views of St. Joseph Bay. Coastal Living magazine selected Boon Docks in its Top 25 restaurants for 2007 and 2009 and Southern Living magazine named Boon Docks its Favorite Seafood Dive in 2004. While you're at Boon Docks, be sure to stop by their on-site gift shop, Pickles.
Boon Docks entrance
View of restaurant from the boardwalk.
View from second floor of restaurant