"This beach is a bit more secluded and slightly less crowded than some of the other in Fort Walton Beach. It has all the facilities you need for a relaxed day in the sun, including free parking, toilets, and outdoor showers. There is a lifeguard on patrol here and some wooden gazebos for you to sit under to escape the heat of the sun."
"John C. Beasley Park was established in 1960, three years after the death of its namesake and who it’s named after, John C. Beasley. John C. Beasly was noted for being active in civic organizations and government, often including his donation of time and effort toward community advancement."
"Parks388 Miracle Strip Pkwy, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548MoreLess Info. Overlooking the water, Liza Jackson Park provides fishing and boating opportunities and includes a pier and boat ramps. The park features a paved walking path, playground equipment, rock-climbing wall, pavilions and picnic tables."
"This park near Miracle Strip Parkway has great picnic areas and is also great for walking your dog. Not only is it by the beach, it is also opposite the Gulf Island National Seashore. There are over 100 car parking spaces, meaning there should always be space for you to bring your own set of wheels."
"Type of Facilities:
1,000 feet of water front, boat ramps, fishing pier, pavilions, restrooms, and playground equipment. Type of Recreation:
Passive, picnics, rest area, boat launching, fishing, and community events"
Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier
4.6 (1864 ratings)4.5 (787 ratings)
Expansive concrete pier known for its saltwater fishing, birdwatching & summer fireworks.
1030 Miracle Strip Pkwy SE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548, USA
"If you are thinking to go fishing this weekend, Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier in Fort Walton Beach is where you must go. Built in 1972, the Okaloosa Island Fishing was 962 feet into the Gulf of Mexico, and today extends up to 1262 feet under. This has created a great fishing opportunity for the public and serves as a pleasant place if you want to...Read more"
"Piers & Boardwalks1030 Miracle Strip Parkway East, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548MoreLess Info. With 1,262 feet and a large octagonal point, the Okaloosa Island Pier is best suited for catching both smaller fries and big, fighting fish. The biggest catch was a 42 pound king mackerel."
"Come to Gulf World Marine Park in Panama City Beach, Florida, and see shows featuring dolphins, sea lions tropical birds and reptiles. Explore fascinating exhibits showcasing penguins, flamingos, sharks, alligators, sea turtles, and much more. Stop by our sting ray petting pool to get up close to these fascinating creatures."
"Tropical gardens plus shark feedings, dolphin encounters & sea lion, parrot & dolphin shows. Explore fascinating exhibits showcasing penguins, flamingos, sharks, alligators, sea turtles, iguana and more. Interactive programs include Swim with a Dolphin, Trainer for a Day, Animal Encounters, Meet N` Greets and many more!"
"Gulf World Marine Park in Panama City Beach, Florida is a great place for the whole family to explore. Enjoy daily live shows featuring dolphins, sea lions, reptiles and tropical birds. Or just swim with dolphins!"
4.7 (507 ratings)4.5 (285 ratings)
Expansive green space featuring vast woodland areas with miles of hiking trails.
100 Conservation Drive, Panama City Beach, FL 32413, USA
"Panama City Conservation Park includes a dozen trails that range from a half-mile long to more than 10 miles; they’re popular with hikers, bird watchers, and amateur nature photographers. The park is comprised of nearly 3,000 acres, much of which is coastal wetlands that are so vital to shore preservation and home to a vast variety of plants and animals. Open daily from dusk until dawn, there are plenty of restroom and picnic areas, as well as a covered pavilion that’s available for rent for large group events like birthday parties and family reunions."
"This Panama City Beach state park has been established with the help of both the City of Panama City Beach and the Florida Department of Environmental Protections for all nature lovers. Spanning 2,900 acres, Conservation State Park has activities for all that visit!. Both hikers and bikers can enjoy approximately 24 miles of trails ranging in length from 0.6 miles to over 10 miles with a variety of starting points."
"There’s more to PCB than beach scenery, as you’ll discover while hiking through the beautifully-preserved wetlands at Conservation Park. This vast green space provides one of the most peaceful, nature-filled experiences on the Emerald Coast."
SkyWheel Panama City Beach
4.6 (983 ratings)5 (10 ratings)
15700 L C Hilton Jr Dr, Panama City Beach, FL 32413, USA
"Editor's Note: Photo taken from the establishment's official social account. If you’re in town with family, especially kids, a visit to SkyWheel Panama City Beach should be in order. This tourist venue mainly features its 200-ft (67-yard) wheel named SkyWheel Observation Wheel, but it is a full entertainment center with other attractions like the 18-hole mini-golf course, ropes course, and zip line."
"This nature preserve is a heavily wooded nature park & preserve offering tranquil walking & hiking trails. The hike is about 1.5 miles for a round trip with plenty of shade and a small creek. As you walk into this forest, the highway noise starts to dissipate while the temperature drops from all dense canopy."
"This is a lovely, relaxed public park, and the place to come on a Friday night for concerts and movie nights, with the stars above for a backdrop. Twice a month, the Landing also plays host to the Saturday Farmers market. If you’re looking to make friends or are at a loose end, be sure to head down to see what’s going on – there seems to always be something happening here."
"139 Brooks St. SE
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547Phone: 1 (850) 833-9500. Fort Walton Beach Landing Park sits right on the water and offers a playground, a rock-climbing wall, and even a stage for the occasional outdoor concert or event."
"Located beachside at Pier Park, you’ll enjoy incredible Gulf views and amazing local seafood with a Caribbean twist at Pompano Joe’s Seafood House which is a “must visit” destination restaurant. Within a few minutes of arriving, you’ll find that this is a local beach hangout where you can enjoy the company of locals and visitors as you choose fresh, affordable local seafood seasoned and presented with the “flavor” of the Islands. In addition to its award-winning Seafood Gumbo, the crab and shrimp stuffed flounder, fish tacos, and coconut shrimp are at the top of the “must try” list."
"The Travel Channel featured Pompano Joe`s as the ultimate beach snack shack & one of the world`s best beach restaurants!. They are know for their gulf seafood and caribbean flavor and check out their best gumbo on the coast!"
"A little off the beaten path, Boon Docks could be easy to miss if not for the well-placed signage. This little seafood joint nestles in by some of PCB’s most productive fishing operations, and it serves up seafood so fresh you can practically taste the saltwater. This is the place to go if you’re in the market for gorgeous views of the docks, mouthwatering hush puppies, and some of the best grouper you’ve ever tasted."
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"Located under the mighty oaks on the Intracoastal Waterway just 5 minutes from the Beaches in West Bay, Boon Docks offers you a delicious array of local and regional seafood, which may be prepared in a variety of ways. Take in the history of our 1941 West Bay landmark, the old fish house, the Buchanan home, and the old bait store, all now part of Boon Docks Restaurant. Phone: 850.230-0005www.boondocksfl.com"
"A good massage could be the perfect chaser after a long day of shopping some of PCB’s finest locales. Located in Pier Park North near the heart of the shopping district, Hand & Stone offers a selection of relaxation services, including Swedish, prenatal, deep tissue and sports massages in addition to their namesake hot stone massage, which can be great for chronic pain and arthritis sufferers. They also offer couples massages, a bevy of facials and hair removal options for those that need a bit more pampering."
3.7 (79 ratings)
132a Perry Ave SE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548, USA
"Mr. Puff’s is a great place to go for a little outside-the-box frozen-dessert foraying. The ice cream here comes in rolled-up form, accentuated by any number of different toppings. There’s a novelty factor to enjoying your ice cream in this getup, but the flavors are also mighty tasty: They include everything from brownie/Oreo and strawberry/blueberry combos to cookie dough and the ultra-sugary Fruity Pebbles option."
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Holiday Surf & Racquet 614 - 2 Br Condo
3.4 (16 reviews)
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