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There are numerous places one can walk on the beach. My favorite is out at Gulf Island National Seashore, Fort Pickens. With the gulf on one side and the inter coastal and Pensacola bay on the other, there are a lot of places to walk...More
The National Seashore along Perdido Key and Santa Rosa Island has to be among the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world. No matter what time of year it is , the beach has a calming affect on us whenever we go...It is pure...More
It's a little drive to get out to opal beach, but it is really worth it. They have great shower facilities, picnic areas, restrooms, white sand and clear waters. When the water is calm you can do some decent snorkeling. Great visit for the family.
Living here in Pensacola has its perks. Great little city, and great beaches! The entire Island is a great place for fun, adventure, fine dining, and more. I went this past week with my family and we have enjoyed the sea side and the time...More
The Gulf Islands Seashore is a national treasure! I consider it the best beach anywhere in America. There are miles of sand dunes and soft, fine sand. Wear sun glasses or the glare from all that white sand will dazzle you for hours. There is...More
Some of the most beautiful and natural beaches I’ve ever seen. Soft white sand, clean turquoise water, and totally undeveloped. Thank you NPS! Well maintained and protected. Totally worth the $20 admission fee. That money gets you a week long pass to all of the...More