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St. Andrews State Park

4607 State Park Ln, Panama City Beach, FL 32408-7347
+1 850-233-5140
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4607 State Park Ln, Panama City Beach, FL 32408-7347
+1 850-233-5140
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Reviewed yesterday

My wife's parents used to camp there when she was a child. She has many fond memoires of the park. We go to P.C.B. at least once a year sometimes more and a trip to St Andrews is always planned while we're there. We enjoy...More

Thank dixie306
Reviewed yesterday

I would stay here for ever. The camp ground is very nice. Restrooms are always clean and in good shape. The beach is beautiful. We hang out in the logon area most of the time, because we love to snorkel and that place is the...More

Thank brenwillifo
Reviewed 2 days ago

We were looking for not the usual beach activities so we decided to try the park. It is a go to now. The path around Gator pond is so tranquil and beautiful. Right across the road in the swamp/pond we saw an osprey, a snowy...More

Thank avery59
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Intercostal was gross! It smelled and was dirty. The state park cost to get in and only takes cash. Not somewhere I would take my family.

Thank Amy C
Reviewed 2 days ago

Instead of paying to go to Shell Island, we enjoyed a semi-private strip of St. Andrews State Park. The shelling was wonderful, as was the snorkeling and watching all of the boats pass by. Easy walk from the park shop, restroom facilities, covered picnic areas...More

Thank 426meredithg
Reviewed 5 days ago

Nice place to come and visit the ocean, snorkeling is great here. However, on the day that we came it was too windy and the sand was too stirred up for good visibility.

Thank Nancy H
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a nice park if you just want to walk nature trails, go out on the pier, see alligators and deer then walk to the beach. There's a small fee to get in, $4.00 per person or eight dollars for car load. Something like...More

Thank SusanW1958
Reviewed 1 week ago

First time (and certainly not our last) to visit St. Andrews State Park. This place is a hidden piece of heaven. Great beaches, nice fishing pier (and you can literally watch fish around the pilings). There is a store that sells drinks, fishing items, tanning...More

Thank deliman1954
Reviewed 1 week ago

St. Andrews State Park continues to be one of the more popular attractions in Panama City Beach. Located on the east end of Thomas Drive , the park provides, camping, hiking beach activities, and water sports. Boat and kayak rentals qre available as well as...More

Thank Grouper57
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Panama City Beach last week and spent several hours at St. Andrews State Park. It was lovely! The beach access was well laid out, there is ample parking and there are several picnic pavilions with large tables to accommodate groups. We took my...More

Thank Laurie W
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6 September 2017|
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Response from Ray L | Reviewed this property |
There will still be boat trips over to Shell Island but the water may be too chilly to swim in unless you have a wet suit! You can still fish off of the St Andrews two fishing piers! The Black Drum and the Sheephead should... More
3 September 2017|
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Response from KraftsAlot | Reviewed this property |
Yes, they will if the shuttle is not full.
Russell W
6 August 2017|
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Response from John D | Reviewed this property |
Yes. If you have an Annual Pass or are staying in the campground, you can be in the park at night. The park closes at sunset for people who purchase day passes. We are annual passholders and have been on the piers at... More