Margaritaville Beach Hotel
Portofino Island Resort
Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort
St George Island
St. George Island is one of the best fishing areas on the West Coast of Florida. A series of inlets from the bay to the gulf allow ocean water to meet the river discharge, creating a very rich environment. The Bay is a mixture of clear water grass flats with sporadic oyster bars. This is a key ingredient for healthy fish populations of redfish, trout, black drum, and sheepshead.
Pensacola Beach Gulf Pier
At almost 1,500 feet long, you can catch a huge range of fish from Pensacola Beach Pier. Reel in Sheepshead, Flounder, and Drum near the beach. Battle Cobia, Kingfish, and even Mahi Mahi at the end.
Pensacola Bay Fishing Bridge
Drive right onto the bridge and park up where you want to fish. Put out your chair and drop some shrimp. Before long, you’ll be reeling in a mix of Trout, Redfish, Spanish Mackerel, Sheepshead, and more.
Pensacola Pass is the deepest point in the bay. It’s also the only way in or out for miles around. This makes it a bottleneck for any migratory fish. If you’re looking for a reliable place to fight big fish inshore, this is about as good as it gets.
Panama City Marina
if you're looking for mangrove snapper, grouper, Spanish mackerel, ladyfish, trout, black drum, and redfish, this is a good spot. There are three gulf-side piers as well as a pier in the Grand Lagoon.
The Club at Hidden Creek
It's known for its consistently good conditions, offering some of the best quality for the price. Since opening in 1988, the Club at Hidden Creek served as a host site for the U.S. Open qualifying rounds and it has even been recognized as one of the finest golf facilities in northwest Florida.
Lost Key Golf Club
Lost Key Golf Club is conveniently situated equidistant from the historic downtown area of Pensacola and the pristine white sand beaches of Orange Beach and the Gulf Shores. The Arnold Palmer-designed layout was Florida's first golf course to be certified as an Audubon International Silver Signature Sanctuary.
Perdido Bay Golf Club
Perdido Bay Golf Club has hosted several notable players including Jack Nicklaus, Tom Kite, and Curtis Strange. It also formerly served as the site to the Pensacola Open for a decade-long stretch and while it may not be host anymore it still preserves its integrity as a challenging, championship course.
Burnt Pine at Sandestin Golf
Burnt Pine Golf Club is the most revered of Sandestin Resort's four golf course offerings. Rees Jones designed the course and it is a perfect example of why he is such a respected course architect.
Baytowne at Sandestin Golf
Baytowne Golf Club at Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort is routed from the beach to the bay, providing stunning views along the way. The course rolls across the few elevation changes that the area has to offer.
Camp Creek Golf Club
It offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep it difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round.