Check out the Man in the Sea Museum for a look into Panama City’s underwater history.
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Away from the hustle and bustle of the main drag of our beach, you can find some peace and quiet within our Florida state parks. Here, we’ll share our favorite features of each park, from east to west. Just be back by dinner. All parks close at sunset.
Meet Dee. His ‘hang-out’ is one of the coolest places in Panama City Beach.
There’s no place to get up-close-and-personal with your favorite marine mammals (not fish!) than Gulf World in Panama City Beach FL.
When parking is so limited you have to fight for your seat from the street, you know you’re in for a great meal.
Panama City Beach has no shortage of places to go and things to do, but if you are looking for a one-stop destination for dining, shopping and entertainment, you can’t beat Pier Park.
When you think of your friendly neighborhood park, you might picture a swing set or a baseball diamond, picnic tables and the occasional walking trail.
Before he was Captain “Fearless” Phil, Phillip Adams was just another young boy grateful for the privilege to have been born to a family of fishermen in Panama City Beach. He spent his youth on the water, just as his father and grandfather had.
People who love good food (with or without lettuce and tomato), a whimsical atmosphere and lazy day music will be happy to dine and linger – or maybe even waste away – in Margaritaville.
Let’s start by saying you’ll feel like a captain yourself, with tables made from old ships, colorful hanging glass buoys, an enormous marlin as the restaurant’s centerpiece, steering wheels, propellers and vintage diving suits on the walls.