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We had not been here in may years and was pleased to see this land set aside for public use and not for development. The seashore lands are vast as compared to other Florida beach areas and this area will become our new favorite place...More
The Gulf Islands National Seashore is a treasure - great white sandy beaches with easy access, lovely views, and abundant sea life. Early morning and late evening we enjoyed the beach in near solitude. Highly recommend visiting in the off season.
We stopped for a quick trip while staying in Perdido. It has been stormy the past few days and it was unseasonably cold and windy today but the shelling was amazing! We found sand dollars the size of plates!
We stopped at a few different spots to run along the beach, collect seashells and take photographs.
The sand is so fine, it's like sugar. The opportunities for pictures are great.
This is a very relaxing place and worth a quick side trip.
Very clean and quiet. We had a great time walking the beach. Just what I needed beach therapy. Listening to the waves on a beautiful December day. We will be back for more enjoyment. We have a park pass so it's a free activity. Bathrooms...More
My only regret about this visit is that a half day didn't allow enough time to thoroughly enjoy everything the park had to offer. Fort Pickens alone needs at least two hours to fully experience, and we could've spent another several hours hiking before relaxing...More
I have been all over the world, both as a sight-seer and as a scuba diver, and have sampled many, many beaches. Most can't even begin to compare with those offered by the Gulf Islands National Seashore. White sand that is more like sugar in...More
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One more thing...you can also access Johnson Beach which is part of the seashore easily from Perdido Key. The entrance to that portion is going back towards the Alabama line from Pensacola. Depending on where you are staying... More
One more thing...you can also access Johnson Beach which is part of the seashore easily from Perdido Key. The entrance to that portion is going back towards the Alabama line from Pensacola. Depending on where you are staying it could be east or west from you.