Panama City, FL


Greetings to all!  We are excited to be hosting the Feast of Tabernacles again at the Boardwalk Convention Center in Panama City Beach, FL.  This site has so much to offer Feastgoers of all ages!  Panama City Beach is located in Northwest Florida, just 98 miles southwest of Tallahassee and 297 miles southwest of Atlanta.  The city has a year-round population of just over 12,000.

The legendary pure-white sand of Panama City Beach is attributed to quartz crystals washing down from the Appalachian Mountains centuries ago.  Along their journey, the crystals were bleached, ground, smoothed, and polished.  The surf and tides of the Gulf of Mexico is responsible for depositing these millions of grains of sugar-white sand onto the pristine shoreline; the result of this rigorous process is the beautiful, renowned beaches of Panama City Beach.

Panama City Beach has an average of 320 days of sunshine per year and its weather is sub-tropical, with a year-round temperature averaging 74 degrees.  This means great conditions for those enjoying Panama City Beach travel.

Panama City Beach is bordered on either side by state parks: St. Andrews and Camp Helen.  The city is also known as the Wreck Capital of the South due to the large number of historic wrecks for scuba divers to explore.  It is home to the only Deepwater diving museum in the U.S., the Man in the Sea Museum.


St. Andrews State Park has been named the #2 Beach in America by Trip Advisor.  The 1,260-acre park has forests, sand dunes covered with sea oats, fresh and saltwater marshes, a lagoon swimming area, fishing jetties, hiking trails, 1.5 miles of beach and two campgrounds.  Opened in 1951, St. Andrews was once the site of a World War II Military Reservation and has won the World's Best Beach Award. 

It is home to one of the country's largest sport fishing fleets.  Panama City Beach fishing is world famous, and fisherman can troll for multiple varieties of fish in the waters.

For additional information regarding the Feast at Panama City Beach, click on the various tabs at the top of this webpage or contact the Festival Coordinator.

Festival Coordinator/Contact: 
Mr. Ed Breaux
Phone: 601-649-1911 OR 337-849-4270
Email: [email protected]

 


And He said to them,

"Go into the world and preach the gospel to every creature."

- Mark 16:15

Time Till The Feast!


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