State Parks in Panama City Beach
Traveling to Panama City Beach usually means a few days beachside or poolside and then out for some shopping and a bit to eat. Just on the outskirts of the World’s Most Beautiful beaches are some of the best state parks in Florida! Take a stroll along the secluded beaches, paddle a kayak or canoe, fish from the “jetties” or the surf, or take a long hike on a winding trail and experience the grand nature of North Florida up close!
Camp Helen Canoe & Kayak Rentals
The Friends of Camp Helen State Park is a Florida Citizens Support Organization (CSO) which assists the Florida Park Service in the preservation, restoration and improvement of Camp Helen State Park. Camp Helen became a State Park in 1996 through a grassroots effort to save the 183.5 acres from private development.The park is surrounded on three sides by water. The Gulf of Mexico is on the south and Lake Powell, an 867-acre coastal dune lake, is on the east and north sides.
St. Andrews State Park
St. Andrews State Park has been open to the public since 1951. The park offers some of the best resources for Educational/Historical research. From its state of the art Environmental Interpretative Center, History of the Guns of St. Andrews, to a Replica Old Cracker Turpentine Still on the park. This park offers tours of any of these amenities upon request.
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