St. Andrews State Park
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St. Andrews State Park is a protected preserve with five distinct ecological landscapes to explore. The park sits between the Gulf of Mexico and St. Andrews Bay with natural features in between like pines, dunes, scrub forest, and coastal plants.
The park features a mile and a half of pristine beaches and spots for paddleboarding, boating, fishing, swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, and more. The park also features a loop trail for walking and wildlife viewing.
Depending on the time of the year you go, you may also see a diverse variety of birds and other wildlife. Gator Lake is a man-made lake that is known for its dense population of gators as well as blue herons, great horned owls, bald eagles soft-shelled turtles, and other wading birds, lizards, insects, and small mammals.
St. Andrews State Park Details
Address: 4607 State Park Ln., Panama City Beach, FL 32408
Phone: (850) 708-6100
Hours: 8 a.m. - sundown