Naval Live Oaks Reservation is a great place to hike, bike or kayak.
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Blackwater River is the premier destination for kayaking, canoeing and tubing on the Gulf Coast.
Fort Pickens was one of only four forts located in the South to be completely controlled by the Union Army.
Pensacola is certainly well-known for its beautiful white sands, but just a short trip across the Pensacola Bay and you can be transported back in time at The Historic Pensacola Village just downtown
Pensacola is reaching for the sky with a new attraction that will have kids and grownups literally jumping for joy.
When the weather is warm on Pensacola Beach, the pirates and the mermaids come out at the Holiday Inn Resort.
Trying to decide where to eat today? There’s no need to flounder.
There are many beach restaurants to choose from, several within walking distance of our beachfront hotel.
Pensacola is a beach town. To be honest, there are few places you couldn’t take the kids to eat with you. But to be even more honest, do you want to spend a bunch of money and get all dressed up to go somewhere your children are going to be miserable?
No, we didn’t think so.
There’s nothing lazy about the beach attendants on Pensacola Beach.
Every day, the team at Lazy Days Beach Rentals, founded by Bill Patterson and managed by Ashley Curd, rises before the sun and starts to work putting out the bright blue cushions that have become synonymous with relaxation on our shores.
If you’re out on the beach and you wonder why tiny holes dot the shore, come back after dark. There’s a little crab who digs these tunnels, some four feet deep into the sand.
Small and iridescent, you’ll rarely see them poke their heads out during the day, because they’re very susceptible to dehydration. (Also, they’re not keen on becoming a seagull’s lunch.)