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Recent Florida Main North West reviews

  • wonderful place!

    "Wonderful place! Very clean and spacious rooms. Me my kids love our stay. We will defendant be back"
    Guest: jen Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 22, 2014
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  • All it was cracked up to be (and more) for a family of 6

    "We had a beautiful, first-time vacation on Saint George Island from Illinois and thoroughly enjoyed our accommodations at the Paradise Bungalow. It was clean and well-maintained and best of all -- RIGHT ON THE BEACH FOR CHEAP!! There are certainly fancier places to pick from, but at this price, we were thrilled with how nice it was and with its location. It is a stone's throw from the Gulf and right in the center of the Island and for us, we were glad we picked the Gulf side rather than the Bay side. It was great to be able to just dip in and out of the Gulf throughout the day and send the kids down to the beach where we could still see them (JR High and HS aged). My ONLY negative for the Bungalow was that we could smell a pet odor when we first came in since it was all closed up and the air was off. After the A/C was running for a few hours though we could no longer smell it at all. All 6 of us fit just fine (manageable with one bathroom for a week). The kids said their beds were all comfortable, as was the master bed. The Wi-Fi was fast and dependable. We saw lots of dolphin, all kinds of crabs, star fish, and sea snails. We were also lucky enough to be there when the conservation folks checked a hatched sea turtle nest and got to see them rescue two little survivors! We snorkeled and kayaked over in Port St. Joe and looked all around Apalachicola which are both nearby. FYI, there is a Dollar General nearby for anything you might forget. We felt like we had the beach to ourselves for the most part. To say it was not crowded would be a huge understatement. It was too hot the week we were there to rent bikes to go the four miles to the State Park, but we drove over there and swam and it is pristine. We actually preferred the beach right in front of our own place though! The water was warm, but refreshing and the food on the Island was very good. We ate at BJ's Pizza and the Beach Pit. We had a really great time, and would pick the exact same place again now that we have seen everything first hand."
    Guest: Kim H. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 16, 2014
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  • A pirate looks at 40 was perfect for our vacation.

    "A pirate looks at 40 was perfect for our vacation. It could be perfect for yours. The place is clean, huge, and laid out nicely for a large family. The walk to the beach is not far at all. The owner was very kind and helpful. If you email her she will respond quickly and has a few more pics she can send you. We would definitely stay in this home again."
    Guest: RANDALL E. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 4, 2014
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  • Convenience!!!!

    "We just returned from staying at the Waters Edge in a different condo after 2 years of renting from someone else there. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay this year based on convenience to our family!! We have a set of 3 year old triplets and a 9 and a 7 year old. Knowing we could walk right out the door and the pool was right there made our life so much easier!!!! Previously we were on the 4th floor and it was just drama every day packing up to head to the pool and someone always had to go in to be with the triplets during nap. This condo was so close to the pool that we just had to take our baby monitor during naps! We could also quickly run the triplets in for potty breaks as well!! I highly recommend for those with young children! The only dissappointment was the master bed. Felt like we were sinking towards the middle and sleeping on foam. Our other condo at Waters Edge was stocked with amenities as well and this condo was not as well stocked but we dealt with it. We plan to rent this condo again next year!"
    Guest: Missy A. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 18, 2014
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Florida Main North West Travel Tips

Northwest Florida, aka the Florida Panhandle, is known for its stellar white sand beaches and glowing blue-green waters. The beaches of northwest Florida provide the area's most popular attractions for visitors. Surrounding the surf and sand are a variety of parks, restaurants and shops. Within this region is the Emerald Coast that runs from Pensacola to Port St. Joe, and the Forgotten Coast that runs from Mexico Beach to St. Marks.

Things to Do in Northwest Florida

National Museum of Naval Aviation: Anyone interested in space travel is sure to enjoy the rich history found here. With more than 140 restored aircraft from the Navy, Coast Guard Aviation and Marine Corps, this space offers plenty to explore. Watch a live Blue Angels flight demonstration, experience flight and motion-based simulators and learn about the interior of a cockpit.

Gulf World Marine Park: Tons of family fun can be had at Gulf World Marine Park. With the park's dolphin, scuba, sea lion and tropical bird shows, visitors can see these local animals up close and personal performing entertaining and amazing tricks and feats. As you stroll though, don’t miss Tropical Gardens, where you can pet a live string ray and visit the exhibits of otters, iguanas, alligators and penguins.

Panhandle Butterfly House: Along U.S. Highway 98 you’ll find the Navarre Visitor Center, and at the foot of the beach bridge is an interactive butterfly garden that’s home to migrating butterflies and a nursery housing local butterfly species. The facility is operated by volunteers, and visitors can take a class to learn about butterfly gardening, ecosystem management and habitat conservation. Step inside and witness dozens of types of butterflies flying around. These colorful, winged creations are certainly a sight to see.

Mission San Luis: This exciting northwestern Florida attraction is a popular living history park. More than 60 acres rest on a quiet oasis away from city living. As you walk through the park you’ll feel as though you’ve gone back in time. Examine the exhibit gallery and museum in the visitor center, which houses artifacts both excavated and from private collections. The theater produces live entertainment and a classroom offers workshops and special events. If you visit on Sunday, take an Archeology Tour to learn how the site’s been excavated and how artifacts are preserved.

Panhandle Opry: To get a taste of some good ol’ fashioned country western music, check out the Panhandle Opry on the first and third Saturday of each month. A collection of musical artists gets together to put on a traditional show for visitors who love the genre.

Pensacola Museum of Art: Situated in Pensacola’s historic Old City Jail Building, this public institution encourages creativity in visual arts with 18 annual exhibitions, workshops, lectures and films.

Best Beaches of Northwest Florida

Santa Rosa Beach: Santa Rosa Beach was founded in 1910 and was the start of South Walton as its known today. Surrounding this sandy area are luxurious beach houses, a unique artist colony and plenty of upscale dining. Follow up a day of sun and surf with an elegant evening out, complete with fine dining and plenty of culture.

Pensacola Beach: Famously known for pearly white sand and stunningly green waters, Pensacola Beach is certainly one to put on the must-see list. There are endless opportunities for both fun and relaxation here. Stroll down Pensacola Beach Pier or set up your rod for a morning of fishing. Stake your claim on the beach itself for some quality time with loved ones in the sun before grabbing a lunch of fresh seafood at a nearby eatery.

Topsail Hill State Preserve: At Topsail Hill you’ll find amazing natural features, including 3.2 miles of secluded sandy beaches and dunes rising more than 25 feet tall. The state preserve offers and excellent location for an afternoon of fishing off the shore or hiking through the trees while on the lookout for local birds. Of course, there’s the beach itself, where you can soak up some rays, build an epic sand castle or have a swimming race.

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