On the Florida panhandle, in the northern part of Florida, is Panama City. It is best known for its world-class coastline and amazing watersports that go along with it. Panama City is a great place to enjoy watersports year-round and is best for paddleboarders over beachgoers. It is similar to a sea jungle gym – whether you like kiteboarding, paddleboarding, cruising, swimming, or surfing. The beach is unquestionably one of Panama City’s best attractions.

Florida’s Panama City is a great place to stay for water sports enthusiasts. Panama City will not let you down if you enjoy ocean-related and active activities. When it comes to meeting marine animals, you should stay away from places like Gulf World Marine Park and concentrate on doing so in an ethical manner in the ocean, where they belong.

There are many things to do in Panama City including exploring St. Andrews Park. Visitors who want to swim, snorkel, or surf will be spoiled rotten with St. Andrews Bay and the Gulf of Mexico on either side. When Theodore Tollofson was shipwrecked in what is now St. Andrews State Park during a hurricane in 1929, he clearly enjoyed what he saw. For the next 25 years, he used his abandoned boat as a homestead. Visitors to the state park can now experience the things that kept “Teddy the Hermit” at St. Andrews, which are the sugar-white sands, the emerald-green waters, and a wide variety of constantly changing winged creatures. Numerous species of birds and butterflies frequent the park during their migratory journeys. St. Andrews offers visitors the opportunity to walk through pines, along dunes, and coastal plant communities, as well as the opportunity to spend the night in the campground. In addition to its half-mile of clean beaches for swimming, fishing, and other activities.

There is lodging for any budget. On the low end there is Sleep Inn & Suites, mid-range and luxury resorts along with a great inventory of VRBO and Airbnb’s.