Florida Panhandle Wedding Locations

Navarre Wedding Locations

Opal Beach Navarre Beach Marine Park

Navarre Beach County Park is a diamond in the rough, this County Beach Park is located on the most picturesque beaches in the Country (Santa Rosa Island). Free Admission for vehicles, Large (For Rent) Pavilions, Unlimited Parking, and the crystal white beach sand is among the prime Beach Wedding locations in the region. Once a Florida State Park, the damage from Hurricane Ivan (2004) and Hurricane Dennis (2005) Navarre Beach State Park was returned to County Control.

Nestled next to Eglin Air Force Base, you are at the Peninsula between Santa Rosa Island and the community of Navarre Beach.

Fort Walton Beach

Emerald Promenade Beachwalk – Seashore Beachwalk – Emerald View Beachwalk – Blue Dolphin BeachwalkJohn Beasley Park

The Sunshine State has about 1,800 miles of coastline and 1,100 miles of beach – more than any state in the union. Twenty-four miles of this sandy shoreline – some would say the best of the best – are right here at the Heart of Florida’s Emerald Coast. The sand here has been described as “shockingly fine” and so clean that it squeaks underfoot. The brilliant emerald-green water of the Gulf of Mexico provides such a contrast with the blue sky above and the white sand below, it’s no wonder artists have been painting this stretch of paradise since it was discovered by the Spanish centuries ago. But perhaps one of the most amazing things about our beaches is that the very best belong to you, the beach-loving public.

Gulf Shores – AL

Gulf State Park PavilionRomar Beach – Cotton Bayou Orange Beach Alabama

Gulf State Park Beach Pavilion is the perfect place for your beach wedding + reception! With miles of white sand beaches in both Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Gulf State Park offers the ideal beach front sunset wedding location.

Gulf State Park’s two miles of beaches greet you with plenty of white sun-kissed sand, surging surf, seagulls and sea shells, but there is more than sand and surf to sink your toes into.

The Cotton Bayou Pubic Beach Access location is the ideal location for Medium to Large sized weddings in the heart of Orange Beach.

Our Gulf Islands National Seashore was named “Best Beach in Florida” in 2015 by USA Today … Come explore, relax, or be adventurous with us!

Go kayaking, charter a boat, watch the dolphins, walk a trail, spend time on the beach, eat some fresh seafood, then see what you can find to do in the afternoon. There is so much to do on Perdido Key, you can spend a lifetime doing it.

Panama City

Inlet Beach – MB Miller Park – Richard Seltzer ParkSt Andrew’s State Park

Panama City is the ultimate location for a  beach lover’s beach ceremony!  There are three boardwalks here that emanate privacy, surrounded by Turquoise water and sugar white sand.  South Walton’s easternmost beach, this 13 acre oasis provides the perfect backdrop in which to say ‘I do’ amongst family and friends.  Neatly tucked in the middle of residential, you truly get the sense of an untouched territory only accessible by the locals.  Beach cottages mixed with modern homes in this old meets new neighborhood; this laid-back and carefree crockpot of sweeping sand dunes and shade landscape encompass all that is Inlet Beach.

Pensacola Beach

Pensacola Park East – Pensacola Park West

Pensacola Beach occupies nearly eight miles of the 40-mile-long Santa Rosa barrier island. It is surrounded by the Santa Rosa Sound to the north, the Gulf of Mexico to the south and on either side by the federally protected Gulf Islands National Seashore. You can swim, fish, kayak and play at one of two area beach parks: Casino Beach and Quietwater Beach. Lively Casino Beach is considered the geographic center of the area, while Quietwater Beach is closer to the commercial center and features its own boardwalk and concert area. There is also plenty of access to quiet areas of the beach where you can avoid the crowds.

Santa Rosa Beach

Henderson State Beach ParkJames Lee ParkMiramar BeachDune Allen Beach Ed Walline 30AGulf View Heights Blue Mountain Beach Van Ness Butler Santa Clara

Pristine white sugar sand beaches and more than 6,000 feet of natural scenic shoreline border the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Natural features of the park include sand pines, scrub oaks, and dune rosemary. Boardwalks provide access to the beach for swimming, sunbathing, and fishing. Four large and two small pavilions allow for picnicking and grilling. A playground is the first stop on our nature trail and is sure to be a success with the kids. The nature trail provides visitors a rare glimpse of the coastal dune ecosystem and abundant wildlife and is pet friendly.

Perdido Key Wedding Locations

West Perdido BeachEast Perdido Beach

Located on a thin strip of land in the extreme northwest corner of the state, Perdido Key and its Perdido Key State Park offer rolling, white-sand dunes and stunning views of the calm Gulf waters. Perdido Key State Park is open for day use from 8 a.m. to sunset. With two parking areas and eight covered pavilions total, Perdido Key State Park is a perfect place to bring the family for a picnic lunch, while enjoying the gentle breezes off the Gulf of Mexico.

Our Gulf Islands National Seashore was named “Best Beach in Florida” in 2015 by USA Today … Come explore, relax, or be adventurous with us!

Go kayaking, charter a boat, watch the dolphins, walk a trail, spend time on the beach, eat some fresh seafood, then see what you can find to do in the afternoon. There is so much to do on Perdido Key, you can spend a lifetime doing it.

Gulf Islands National Seashore

Johnson Beach – Gulf Islands National SeashoreFort Pickens (Langdon Beach)

Gulf Islands National Seashores are located in various places throughout the Pensacola Bay Area, which include: The Naval Live Oaks Visitor Center, Fort Pickens and Perdido Key Beach (Johnson Beach). Historic Fort Pickens which has been standing since 1834 held its ground during the hurricane with only minor damage. Lead roofing was placed over the sallyport and sink holes filled in along the parade ground. There is increased erosion around the casemates and the tower bastion will be buttressed by sand.

Many visitors young and old come to Fort Pickens to enjoy its scenic location on the beach. The white sands of Santa Rosa Island are the perfect place for a long walk or an afternoon of building sandcastles. The warm ocean waters are great for swimming and snorkeling.

Fishermen will find a pier just a short distance from the picnic pavilions. It can be used by visitors without a Florida fishing license. Many hiking trails through the sand dunes provide beautiful views and hours of exploration.

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