I like the walk and the plaques along the way that picture the trees and plants along with history of the land its worth the trip while visiting and or if you live in the area. Homes are going up in the subdivsion too starting point currently is 3.9 million for the subdivison with a condo location 3 bed 2600 sq ft to be built. Last year lowest price sold was in the 2017 build LUCIAN CONDO 1218 sq ft for 1.495 according to MLS data.
From Wiki page
They describe the walking area aas The northern portion of Alys Beach is devoted to a 20-acre nature preserve that provides a quiet and reflective getaway. The trail winds its way through the preserve, with most of it on an elevated wooden boardwalk that gives a great view of the varied habitats below. While on the trail, look for slash pines, cypress trees, open meadows, wiregrass and wildflowers. Be sure to look for the carnivorous pitcher plants - their tubelike leaf structure captures and digests insects, giving the plants added nitrogen in this nutrient-poor environment. Trail Distance: .75 Miles Easy - Flat and Paved Trail Parking Available Wheelchair Accessible Pets Allowed on Leash"
I think its a good description you can also find more info on the Visit Walton page. I wanted to add some pictures of my partner and our dogs walking enjoying the area.