Walk Into the Wild at St Andrews State Park
Join the Friends of St. Andrews State Park for a "Walk into the Wild" Oct 2 & 3, 2015
Oct 2 | Coastal Dune Lakes film | 6:30pm
Park Campground Amphitheater
Screening of the beautiful film by Elam and Nic Stoltzfus. Soak in the beauty, importance, and diversity of the Panhandle's rare coastal dune lakes.
Oct 3 | Nature Walks in the Park
Explore the Park with naturalists and photographers with small group walks at 8:45am, 9:45am, 10:45am. Explore Gator Lake and capture wildlife via photography. Walk the beach and hear tales of St Andrews Bay turtles, watch the birds and see plants and bugs.
Lunch provided by The Olive Garden. Free to Friends of St Andrews State Park members or $10 donation for non members.
More info and pre-register to reserve our spot. Walk into the Wild signup at: http://friendsofstandrews.org/eventsignup.html
St. Andrews State Park is consistently one of the most popular and most visited state parks in Florida -- Given that Dr. Beach has also called it the Best Beach in America, it's no wonder!
St. Andrews State Park is situated on a peninsula at the far eastern edge of Panama City Beach. Bordered by the Gulf of Mexico to the south, the St. Andrews Pass to the east, and the Grand Lagoon to the north, you're never far from a relaxing sea breeze, or a chance to get a little sand between your toes while exploring the shoreline here.
St. Andrews State Park is located at 4607 State Park Lane, at the southeast edge of Panama City Beach.