Welcome to our Secrets of Panama City Beach series, showing you things about the beach, you’ve never dreamed of.
Well the New Year is sure off to a chilly start! Don’t let the cool weather stop you from heading to the beaches. Some of the best times to be had at the beach are when it’s cooler and calmer.
Continue reading “Secrets of PCB – Close Encounters!”
For the third year in a row, Pier Park’s New Year’s Eve party was the largest on the beach. With a family friendly atmosphere, tons of excellent live entertainment, 7,000 beach balls, loads of fireworks and a warm night, it’s no wonder this was the place to be.
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With a brief break in the frigid weather, this year’s Christmas Parade was as great as ever. With thousands of attendees lining the route that weaved through Pier Park and float riders passing out buckets of candy and beads, Saturday evening was a joyous time for all.
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This year’s Emerald Coast Cruizin Event was a great as ever. This weekend was full of interesting and beautiful cars and thousands of people out enjoying the shiny metal and wonderful weather. I was talking to the event promoter this morning, and his head was still spinning from the whirlwind of activity over the weekend at Frank Brown Park.
Continue reading “3 Reasons Emerald Coast Cruizin Rocked this Year”
Some of you might have noticed the excavating and construction going on at Thomas Drive and Luff Street. We took it upon ourselves to find out for you.
It is going to be a new Dollar General! It is being developed by Concept Construction and Development, and is the newest Dollar General in Panama City Beach. Concept Construction and Development has also built the Dollar General on 15th Street, 22nd Street and the one in Lynn Haven on Highway 390.
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After 16 months of construction, the new County Pier is open to the public for spectators and anglers alike. Located right off Alf Coleman Road (the road that Shipwreck Island is on), the new M.B Miller Pier is three times as long as it’s predecessor and exactly mirrors the new Russel Fields Pier across from Pier Park.
Continue reading “M.B Miller (aka County Pier) is Now Open”
What was a long time landmark in Panama City Beach and quite possibly considered a home away from home for many has now fallen peril to the almighty and deathly bulldozer. What was once the destination for families and spring breakers alike is now the resting place of mountains of rubble, re-bar and kitchen sinks.
Continue reading “Giant Hole – Fiesta Motel – GONE!”