Panama City is a city in and the county seat of Bay County, Florida, United States. Located along U.S. Highway 98, it is the largest city between Tallahassee and Pensacola.
Explore Panama City
Explore Panama City
50 Chip Seal Parkway, Panama City Beach, FL 32407
Complex boasts 160 acres of premium, flexible space and is host to a magnitude of sporting events and tournaments. 13 Configurable Fields, nine Synthetic Turf Fields, two Championship Fields.
4607 State Park Ln, Panama City Beach, Florida 32408
St. Andrews State Park is situated on a peninsula at the far eastern edge of Panama City Beach. Bordered by the Gulf of Mexico to the south, the St. Andrews Pass to the east, and the Grand Lagoon to the north, you're never far from a relaxing sea breeze, or a chance to get a little sand between your toes while exploring the shoreline here. Explore trails, hiking, fishing on the jetties, snorkeling, scuba diving, pristine beaches, pontoon boat rentals, camping, and so much more.
Come enjoy some of America's most beautiful beaches. Whether you enjoy looking for seashells, metal detecting, or swimming with the fish and wildlife, our beaches have it all.
600 Pier Park Dr, Panama City Beach, FL 32408
The Panhandle's favorite shopping and dining destination. Spanning over 2 million square feet, features 250 retail, dining and entertainment options.
1 Harrison Avenue, Panama City, Florida 32401
Panama City Marina is one of two Marina's owned and operated by the City of Panama City, Florida. This marina is located on the intercoastal Waterway one block from Downtown Panama City. The Panama City Marina is a newly renovated 240-slip marina facility designed for all classes of vessels, from 30 feet to 120 feet with drafts to 10 feet.
Come enjoy great food with a friendly atmosphere. Downtown Panama City is located on the water next to the Panama City Marina. Whether you have a craving for fish, steak or chicken the restaurants in this area have it all. Every first Friday of the month, they also host Friday Fest which includes car shows, street vendors, local companies, and live music.
In Walton County, CR 30-A starts in the west near Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, dipping southeast and passing through Blue Mountain Beach, Grayton Beach, and Seaside, before rejoining old SR 30 some 19-miles away in Inlet Beach. The road known as 30-A follows the shore along Bay San Blas, Indian Lagoon, and St. Vincent Sound. Those in-the-know will be quick to note that one of their favorite restaurants can be found here along 30-A: Indian Pass Raw Bar.