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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Destin?

    The price for luggage storage in Destin starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Destin?

    There are multiple locations all around Destin which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, Topsail Hill Preserve State Park RV Resort, Miramar Regional Beach Public Access and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Destin?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Destin.

  • Are there storage lockers in Destin?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Destin. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Destin.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Destin?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Pompano Joe's, AJ's Seafood & Oyster Bar, and Whale's Tail At Seascape. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Destin are The Palms of Destin Resort and Conference Center, Maravilla Resort, and Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Destin.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Destin?

    Destin offers several scenic parks including Raintree Estates Park, Deer Lake, and Destin Dog Park.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Destin?

    You can find local tourist information at Just Chute Me Parasail, Dockside Watersports, and Charter Fishing Destin.


Store Your Luggage Around Destin With Bounce

Destin in Florida is a coastal city that has it all where outdoor recreational activities are concerned. Incredible beaches lapped by the waves of the North Atlantic as they roll across the Gulf of Mexico, countless golf courses, enormous waterparks, and nature trails winding through a stunning dune and oak-studded landscape. There's no question that Destin is an amazing place to visit, but is there anything else to do if you need to stay out of the sun because you're suddenly resembling the lobster you had for dinner the night before?

Thankfully there's plenty of things to do in Destin which will give you some time out of the Florida sun and hopefully give your skin a chance to change from molten lava red to golden brown. Destin doesn't have an overload of museums, but what it has are excellent. Malls prevail where shopping is concerned, which is also great as they're fully air-conditioned. As for the restaurants in Destin, if you have a seafood allergy you might want to steer well clear of most, but if you don't you'll be in a culinary heaven you won't ever want to leave.

Carrying a suitcase around when it's hot and humid, and you've got sunburn, will make your stay in Destin memorable for all the wrong reasons. Drop your bags at a Bounce luggage storage service in Destin where they'll be off your hands and you won't spoil your stay by feeling sore.

Luggage Storage In Destin

Bounce is a luggage storage service that, by partnering with local businesses, is able to provide convenient and secure suitcase storage in Destin, in widespread cities across the US and around the world. Use a Bounce Luggage locker and you'll find their convenient locations are easily accessible twenty-four-seven, they’re all security tagged for your peace of mind and economical to hire so you keep more of your cash in your pocket.

Luggage Storage In Santa Rosa Beach 

When you’re visiting Destin paying, a visit to Santa Rosa Beach will undoubtedly be on your agenda. If you’ve left it to the last day of your stay, have checked out of your accommodation, and are lumbered with your luggage, don’t worry, it won’t spoil your day. You can store your bags in a Bounce luggage locker in Santa Rosa Beach for just a few hours or more if you decide to stay longer.

Destin City Guide

Top Things To Do

It's hard not to get over-excited when you arrive in a city like Destin and it's so easy to plunge into doing too much time on the beach or at a waterpark. Pace your time in the sun by interspersing it with museum visits, a few hours shopping, and of course, feasting on fish in some of the best restaurants on the Florida coastline. Listed below are three museums, malls, and great eateries to help get you started on your keeping-out-of-the-sun agenda.


There is only one museum in Destin itself so if you want to visit more than one, you'll have to travel a little further up the coast to Fort Walton Beach. That's a trip that's worth making as there’s a couple of fascinating museums in Fort Walton Beach, especially if you have kids, that will keep you, and them, out of the sun for quite a while.

  • Destin History and Fishing Museum: The Destin History and Fishing Museum is the museum where you can learn about the city's past and its connection with the fishing industry. Fishing has been an important source of food along this section of the Florida coast since Native Americans caught fish with spears. You can follow the development of fishing in Destin from then through to the 20th century, discover why Destin is known as the billfish capital of the world, and even see a fishing rod used by the great American author, Ernest Hemingway.
  • The Indian Temple Mounds Museum: The Indian Temple Mounds Museum is closer to Fort Walton Beach than it is to Destin, but worth the effort of getting there. Housed in this museum are artifacts excavated from three Native American burial mounds located along the I-98 as well as collections of maritime and pirate-related items from the 19th century.
  • Emerald Coast Science Museum: This is the ideal museum to take kids to spark their interest in the world around them and the sciences. In the Emerald Coast Science Museum, which is also in Fort Walton Beach, there are hands-on exhibits of robotics, technology, physics, and engineering. Don't leave the kids there too long or could end up with another Einstein on your hands.


Go shopping in Destin and you'll be escaping from the blazing sun to enter into a luxuriously chilled world full of stores stocking high-end goods and mostly with price tags to match. Bargains are not going to jump off the rails or shelves here, but look hard enough and you might just find something with a knocked down tag on it.

  • Destin Commons: Destin Commons is a massive mall on Legendary Drive that's legendary in its own right. It's the biggest mall in Destin and is open until eight on weekdays and to nine on Fridays and Saturdays. There's an endless variety of big name stores alongside smaller boutiques that haven't quite made the same name for themselves, but aren't far behind. If you're shopping with kids and they get tired, take them for a ride on the Cubby Caboose mini train around the center and they'll soon liven up.
  • HarborWalk Village: You can go shopping in Destin with the sea breeze blowing through your hair if you head to the Harborwalk Village. The huge, village-like complex has shops by the waterfront. Shopping here is akin to shopping in Jersey Shore. What is worth having will cost you an arm and a leg. What doesn't cost that much isn't worth having.
  • Southern Living Store: You can take something authentically southern home if you go shopping at the Southern Living Store. Everything in this store is related to the south in some way whether it's food, drinks, clothes, or gifts. If you time your visit right, you might even come across a southern food tasting event going on there.


Dining out in Destin? Then get ready to crack a crab, peel shrimp, and shuck oysters. With a fishing history like it has, it's not surprising many of the restaurants in Destin are dedicated to cooking the fruits of the sea in as many ways as they can. If seafood is something that turns your stomach, don't stress, you'll find a good selection of meat dishes hiding somewhere on their menus too.

  • Boshamps Seafood and Oyster House: Boshamps Seafood and Oyster House is right by Destin harbor front and in exactly the right place to get the freshest catches of the day for their customers. It also means you get spectacular views from the first floor dining room as you're diving into devil crab, calamari, gulf seafood gumbo, or lobster mac'n'cheese. The food here is as spectacular as the setting so don’t skip checking it out.
  • The Back Porch: Eating at the Back Porch is like eating at home away from home. This restaurant lives up to its name in every way and as well as having tables out on the porch makes food any southern mama would be proud to serve. The views of the Gulf Coast from the back porch are almost, but not quite, as divine as the food. Here you'll be getting stuck into plates of oysters, seafood nachos, or firecracker shrimp.
  • Bric a Brac: When you've had your fill of seafood for a few nights in a row, change tack and go to Bric a Brac. After eating grilled chicken or Greek-style stuffed bell peppers you can dance the night away to live music or sit and relax on the patio while you consider what to have for dessert. With bread pudding, key lime pie, and chocolate thunder to decide between, it won't be any choice.

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