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Fort Pickens Pensacola Beach Pensacola, FL- I grew up exploring this fort :-)

You can ride in comfort year-round on 360 Pensacola Beach, a giant observation wheel that offers 360-degree views spanning more than 17 miles in every direction. It's across the street from the Hilton in Pensacola Beach. Find out more about the wheel at http://www.beachguide.com/blog/northwest-florida/pensacola-beach/pensacola-beach-360-ferris-wheel.

ou can ride in comfort year-round on 360 Pensacola Beach, a giant observation wheel that offers views spanning more than 17 miles in every direction. It's across the street from the Hilton in Pensacola Beach.

The Philip Dane Beall Sr. Memorial Bridge, also known as the Pensacola Bay Bridge or colloquially as the Three-Mile Bridge, spans a three-mile section of Pensacola Bay and is the main artery from Pensacola to Gulf Breeze and Pensacola Beach.  The bridge was dedicated on October 31, 1960, replacing the 30-year-old Thomas A. Johnson Bridge (which subsequently became a fishing pier).  It was named in honor of Florida Senator Philip D. Beall, Sr..

The Philip Dane Beall Sr. Memorial Bridge, also known as the Pensacola Bay Bridge or colloquially as the Three-Mile Bridge, spans a three-mile section of Pensacola Bay and is the main artery from Pensacola to Gulf Breeze and Pensacola Beach.

Pensacola Beach boardwalk: - Cactus Flower · - The Wine Bar - Hemmingway's - Hooter's - Surf Burger · - Papa's Pizza · - Flounder's -  Santa Rosa Sound - Pensacola Beach

Pensacola Beach boardwalk: - Cactus Flower · - The Wine Bar - Hemmingway's - Hooter's - Surf Burger · - Papa's Pizza · - Flounder's - Santa Rosa Sound - Pensacola Beach

Pensacola-LightHouse

Pensacola Lighthouse is just one of many amazing historical attractions in America's first settlement - Pensacola! 32508 STOP

Gulf Island National Seashore, Fort Pickens Area. The Fort Pickens Campground is located near Pensacola and has 200 campsites, w/up to 50' drive. $26.00 a night with water, electricity. Park entrance fee $15/7 day, not included. Max 42 days annually, and max 14 days  March 1 through Labor Day. Labor Day thru Feb, campers may stay a max 14 day increments with a 48 hour absence. Hiking and biking trails, fishing piers, old fort to explore, visitor center and museum.

A sign sits on the beach identifying the Fort Pickens Area while the sun sets directly behind the sign.

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