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Coolest Transportation on 30A

07/04/2014 01:59PM ● Published by Melanie Teague

New Trolley in South Walton

Love 30A but not the traffic?  Then you’re going to love the Turtle Express trolley.  Funded by a group of business leaders along 30A which allows the service to be completely free to the public, the Turtle Express is the first trolley ever to serve residents and visitors in South Walton.  "The idea is for people to come to South Walton and park their cars and not have to get in their car again until they go back home,” said John Finch, owner of Sunshine Shuttle and Limousine Service and founder of the Turtle Express.

Transporting people through Grayton Corners, Grayton Bar and Grill, Seaside, Seagrove, and Publix, this free shuttle operates every day from 11:00am to midnight.  Not only does it add an old-time flair to South Walton, but it also serves as a valuable asset to means of transportation.  Stopping in popular South Walton areas, it is met with “miles of smiles” from its passengers. 

Travelling past beaches and through scenic routes, the Turtle Express trolley is a great way for people in South Walton to move around this beautiful area. So whether you’re visiting friends, touring South Walton, or going to the beach, this trolley is available to you – surround sound system and all - completely free of charge.

Cool Factors: Free and a fun form of transportation!

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