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Ameinty Wristband Process



Please pre-register on the Association’s website at the following web address:

Either the homeowners, the property manager, or individual renting a home in our community will be required to complete the registration form to receive their amenity wristbands and parking passes. The registration form requires the following information:

  • Contact information for the primary guest
  • Address of the residence in Seacrest being rented
  • Arrival and departure dates
  • Number of occupants eleven years of age and older
  • Number of occupants under eleven years of age
  • Year, Make, Model, Color, and Tag # of all vehicles to be parked at the residence

This information is required to ensure compliance with Association rules and is considered confidential. It is only accessible by our two Community Association Managers and the manager of the Guest Services Department. It will be shared with the members of the Security Department, the Walton County Sheriff’s Department, and/or the South Walton Fire Department on an as-needed basis.

Amenity Packet Pickup

Packets containing amenity wristbands, parking passes, and the welcome packet will be available for pickup at the Guest Service Window (location “P” on the map shown below).

Each individual picking up a packet will need to provide identification and will be required to sign a document confirming they’ve received the packet. Guests can enter the lagoon area amenity complex at any of the six gates (G1 to G6 in the map above). There will be a queue outside of the Guest Services office marked by safety yellow beach umbrellas.

With this new process, property managers will be able to pick up the amenity packets from the Guest Services office and place them inside the respective homes so everything is ready for their guests’ arrival. In order to pickup the packet, the property manager will have to provide identification that proves they are the homeowner or a bonafide agent of the Property Management company identified on the Emergency Contact Registration Form for the residence in question.