Quality Inn & Conference Center
1013 E. 23rd St.
Panama City, FL 32405
Phone: (850) 769-6969
Fax: (850) 763-4353
This monument, located at the end of Panama City's Public Marina is dedicated to those who lost their lives in the attacks of September 11th, 2001. Created in black marble and stainless steel, the monument evokes the twin towers of the world trade center and bears a brief inscription speaking to the solidarity and resolve felt by all Americans on that terrible day.
The Sharon J. Sheffield Park is located in the heart of Lynn Haven, right opposite the City Hall. A popular gathering point for the local residents, this park is the venue for several community events, like 4th of July Celebrations, Halloween Carnival, Fishing Rodeo, and Summer Music Festival. Besides the entertaining events, the park has facilities like tennis courts, a playground, picnic areas, and horse-shoe pits, making it a great recreational facility. So, if you are visiting Lynn Haven, then do stop by this park, if not for the facilities and events, then just to meet its branched residents, as the park is home to a variety of tree species. Call to know more.
Panama city has a lot to offer when it comes to nature, parks and marinas for its citizens to enjoy. The Panama City Marina is one such place to enjoy the beautiful view of the bay and take in all of Panama's natural beauty. There are bicycles available for a small charge or you could avail of their transient boat slip facility. Close to many restaurants and coffee shops, the place can also be used for hosting private parties and events. You can contact the Marina store for the rates and terms.
This park, one of Panama City's oldest, sits on the bayou at the mouth of the North Bay. The park provides a public launch for boats as well as picnic areas, sporting fields and playgrounds. It is also adjacent to the local community college and hosts a number of local fairs an festivals.
Located along the Highway 98 East, in the city of Parker, the Under the Oaks Park is a popular community park in Bay County. An ideal spot for a family picnic, the park features a Creative Playground, picnic areas, nature trails, fishing pier, and wildlife observation areas. Also, due to its proximity to the East Bay, the park has kayak and canoe launches, increasing its appeal to adventure seekers. Under the Oaks Park is the venue for several community events as well, including the Under the Oaks Bluegrass Festival. Call for further information.
The Bay Point Marina in Panama City Beach enjoys a prime location, of being only a few minutes from the Gulf of Mexico and the Intracoastal Waterway, which makes it a very prominent marina in the region. Besides the location, the marina also offers well-thought facilities and service, including 180 slips for boats, annual and monthly docking facilities, diesel fuel availability, yacht care services, and even Wi-Fi. The marina’s proximity to the Bay Point Marriott Resort means that visitors will not have to venture too far to look for accommodation. Call for more information.
Jaws specializes in the kind of beach supplies so typical of Panama City retailers like kooky T-shirts, surf supplies, head-shop type gear, local souvenirs and semi-sporting goods like reclining chairs, coolers and beach umbrellas. Another draw here is the sizeable reef shark tank with twice daily feeding shows. If you are interested in seeing some scaly monsters as you shop for keepsakes, look for the towering plaster shark outside this establishment.
This amusement park may be small, but there is no shortage of fun. Race on snow mobiles up to 60mph on the Snow Shot Racers, or try out their go carts. There is also an arcade on the premises.
With two eighteen hole miniature golf courses and one gigantic labyrinth, the Coconut Creek Family Fun Park lives up to its name. Bring your pint-sized putting champs or seasoned swinger to play through the beautifully landscaped mini golf courses with an African Safari theme, complete with cascading waterfalls and a lake with native fish. What's most unique about the park is not its scenery, however, but the Gran Maze, a human-sized labyrinth the size of a football field; the first of its kind in the United States. Compete one-on-one or move in teams through this challenging, exciting game that is safe for kids and adults of all ages.
Beautiful weather and white sand beaches are what bring people to Panama City Beach. Surrounded by St. Andrews Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, the sea is a real part of life here. Whether you are an adventurer who wishes to explore the depths of the ocean or you wish to sit under the palm shade catching up on your reading, Panama City Beach is just the ideal location for a day of sun and sand. Come here with your little ones and enjoy making sand castles or play a game of beach Volley Ball with your buddies, this local attraction is perfect for one and all. There are many points of public beach access in Panama City Beach. Visit the website for local beach information.
This miniature golf course offers mysterious caves, rope bridges, mountains, and waterfalls to test your talent and aptitude. There are two tropical 18-hole courses in Barnacle Bay's large location. A great attraction for families!
The City Pier is a popular spot for various festivals, and since the pier has beach for as far as the eyes can see to either side, it is usually pretty easy to find a spot, even with the big crowds. For the most popular festivals, it is advisable to get there early.