1. The Beach
Panama City Beach is home to a 27 mile stretch of white sandy beaches and emerald green waves. The first week in November held on to warm enough temps to enjoy the water.
2. St. Andrews State Park
St. Andrews State Park is a part of the Ironman Florida run course. A short ferry ride to Shell Island is a popular attraction.
Open 24/7. For a small fee, County Pier is good for fishing and viewing ocean life.
4. Pier Park
Pier Park is the shopping and entertainment mecca of Panama City Beach. It has a boardwalk/outlet vibe with plenty of places to satisfy food cravings.
5. Good Eats
What’s a vacation with out indulging in the spots where the locals dine. Froyo is cute, but sometimes you need a high caloric double scoop on a waffle cone. Make that 2. Pink Pelican, Firefly, Moe’s Original BBQ, Diego’s and Popcorn Kingdom were the best!
See ya’ next time PCB!
I didn’t even need to read any further than seeing that first set of beach pics…SOLD. I’ve never been to PCB, but it looks awesome! I’m off to Florida in February and this just got me a little more excited about my trip. (Although we won’t really be near a beach, but at least the warm weather will be a welcome change from how freezing it will likely be here.)
Being that it was the off season, it almost felt like a private beach. I can’t wait to go back during peak season.
Any change in scenery is a good thing. Have a blast in February!