The Quartz Crystals of Navarre Beach

One of the things that marks America is that we’re always looking to the future and how we can make what we have now even better. The same is true at Navarre Beach Camping Resort, where progress is always being made. Sometimes though, it pays to look around and see what you might be missing by focusing on the future.

Why Not the Beach?

One thing that we don’t always take the time to look at is Navarre Beach itself. Oh sure, people always look at the beach, but do we take the time to really think about it and appreciate how everything had to work together to give us that beautiful stretch of sand?

Probably not. That being the case, why not try to rectify that? Navarre Beach is part of the Gulf Coastal Plain. This stretches from around the Gulf of Mexico and is an extension of the Atlantic Coastal Plain.

White Sand Beach, Navarre Beach

That Beautiful White Sand

One of the things you notice right away when you’re seeing the beach is how beautiful and white it is. If you’ve been to beaches in other places, you know how amazing it is to see such gorgeous stretches of white meeting the emerald ocean.

The white sand is actually small quartz particles. At the end of the Ice Age, when temperatures started to rise, great quantities of water ran down the rivers to the Gulf of Mexico. These waters swept along the Appalachian range, broke down much of the mountain’s material, quartz, and carried it to the Gulf of Mexico where they eventually formed a new shoreline.

About Navarre Beach Camping Resort

Navarre Beach Camping Resort is located on the beautiful Florida Gulf Coast. In addition to that, it also boasts a Certificate of Excellence. You’ll find that it also offers amenities such as upgraded, free, high-speed Wi-Fi, a fitness center, dog walk, and much more. Make a reservation at