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  • The Pensacola area offers the Civil War Soldiers Museum, the National Museum of Naval Aviation, The Zoo, the Pensacola Museum of Art, and the Pensacola Greyhound Track. Fort Walton is home to the “Gulfarium”, the Indian Temple Mound Museum, and The Focus Center.Destin offers the Big Kahuna Water Park, a forty-five acre park with more than fifty attractions, and the Henderson State Park; home to many campsites. Panama City Beach is home to Club La Vela, which is the largest nightclub in the United States, Shipwreck Island Water Park, and St. Andrew’s State Recreation Area, which was recently voted the “World’s Best Beach” by Travel Magazine.
  • Finally, the Beaches of South Walton are home to the Eden Gardens State Park, the town of Seaside, and Grayton Beach State Recreation Area. No matter where you choose to spend your Florida Panhandle vacation, your vacation rental is sure to be near many attractions and surrounded by beautiful scenery.
  • Florida’s Emerald Coast offers a wide variety of both natural and manmade attractions, ranging from culturally significant events to beautiful white sandy beaches. Panhandle Emerald Coast Vacation rentals by owner have the chance to experience firsthand the extraordinary offerings of this picturesque destination.
  • The Big Kahuna’s Lost Paradise Water Park is located on the Emerald Coast, offering dozens of water attractions, go-kart tracks, restaurants, and even min golf. The Emerald Coast Science Center is another attraction, giving families and individuals alike a unique, hands-on scientific experience. If you’ve ever wanted to meet a baby alligator, then Fudpucker’s Gator Beach should be your destination. If marine mammals are more your thing, then head to Okaloosa Island’s Gulfarium.
  • There is also the Gulf World Marine Park, Shipwreck Island Water Park, and the Track Recreation Center, which offers go-karts, bumper cars, and even bungee jumping. Guests of the Emerald Coast’s vacation cabins and homes can also visit ZooWorld Zoological and Botanical Park and the Zoological Park and Botanical Gardens of Northwest Florida.


Northwest Florida in U.S.A, is actually a strip of land about 50-100 miles wide and 200 miles long, lying or stretching between Georgia on the north, Alabama on the west and also north, and Gulf of Mexico lying to its south. Emerald Coast is another name for this northwestern part of Florida, however, unofficial and informal term is Florida Panhandle. Their boundary to the eastern part is arbitrarily defined. Panhandle is today generally synonymous with West Florida and Northwest Florida, although the name of West Florida bear its resemblance and literally to the British colony and later to a Spanish colony, both included Florida west of modern day of the Apalachiola River and portions of Mississipi, Louisiana and Alabama as well. Talking about references to Florida Panhandle, it always includes several countries to the west of Apalachiola River, creating a geographic boundary between East and West Florida.