St. Andrews State Park is a jewel on the Florida Panhandle with two and a half miles of sugar sand beach on the Gulf of Mexico.
Originally a military reservation, the park today covers 1260 acres.
Camping, hiking snorkeling, surfing are available. There are two hiking trails in the park. There is a boat ramp. In the summer, snacks, souvenirs and baits are sold at several small stores.
There is a turn of the century saw mill set up for display and a old Florida turpentine still.
St. Andrews State Park, three miles east of Panama City off State Road 392.
Friends of St. Andrews State Park, 4607 State Park Lane, Panama City, FL 32408