The Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association (FRLA) to co-own and host a Seafood and Music Festival. The event will take place at Grand Lagoon Marina between Captain Anderson’s and Boatyard restaurants on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, until Sunday, October 28, 2012. The Beach Chamber is excited to work with Carol Dover and Ray Green of the FRLA, Dan Rowe and… (Read More)
The Thunder Beach Spring bike rally brought the party to Panama City Beach!
U.S. 98 was established in 1933 as a route between Pensacola and Apalachicola and later was extended into Mississippi and across the Florida peninsula, leading to the creation of area landmarks along its path. With so much to do and see as development has extended into outlying areas, there’s only one answer: Take a road trip. Whether you are heading down U.S. 98 or taking the Alternate 98 (Front Beach… (Read More)
Memorial Day Weekend on Panama City Beach is the traditional opening of the summer season, and is the perfect opportunity to explore this vacation paradise. And, there’s even a music and barbecue festival to keep your toes tapping and your belly full! Most of the major attractions, restaurants and beach clubs are now open, and are swinging into high gear in an effort to entice visitors to the World’s Most… (Read More)
Lately there have been many reports of flooding along Florida’s Gulf Coast. Cities such as Pensacola, less than 100 mi. west of Panama City Beach, have seen upwards of 23 inches of rain in the past week. Luckily, as far as Panama City Beach is concerned, there’s been plenty of sun and plenty of fun. Don’t let the national weather reports deter you and your family from the world’s most… (Read More)