Grace Point offers the best of both worlds. The feel of a quiet beach community with enough local amenities to give you, your family and friends endless options for food and entertainment.
Grace Point itself provides:
Private Beach access via the WaterSound Beach Club
Boutique gated community
6 architect designed parks for community gatherings, children's play areas and dog park
Private access to WaterSound Beach Club
Ownership at Grace Point provides you with an opportunity to become a Lifestyle Member of The Clubs by JOE, which includes access to WaterSound Beach Club, Shark’s Tooth Golf Club and Camp Creek Golf Club.
Situated next to Grace Point, WaterSound Beach Club features:
1.5 miles of private, unspoiled, exclusive white beaches
2 resort-style pools with food and beverage services including a beach bar
Tennis courts, on-site fitness center and wellness spa
Coastal dune lakes for kayaking, paddle boarding and fishing
Elaborate boardwalk systems throughout
Welcome to Camp Creek! Located between Highway 98 and Scenic Highway 30A, Camp Creek is enclosed in a natural haven of beauty that neighbors the beautiful emerald green waters and white sand beaches of Northwest Florida.
Designed by Tom Fazio, Camp Creek offers nearly 7,200 yards of undulated fairways and greens and driveable bunkers, with a view of the green from every tee box. Unlike the traditional flat terrain of Florida, Camp Creek is a fun challenge with few flat lies, and tiered greens that roll quick, but true!
Not far from Panama City Beach, Sharks Tooth Golf Club offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Sharks Tooth Golf Club difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Sharks
Origins plays as a six-hole regulation course or a ten-hole par-3 course between 1,600 and 1,800 yards. Conceptually, designed to encourage junior golfers, beginners and families to participate in the game of golf and remain engaged throughout their recreational lives. Consistent with the Scottish origins of the game, in which six, nine and 12-hole courses were commonplace. Golf made simple and fun, again, yet challenging enough to retain the interest of avid players.