Navarre, Florida
  • Restaurants
  • Helen Back Again Pizza
    Helen Back Again Pizza

    (850) 396-6568

  • Golden Dragon Chinese
    Golden Dragon Chinese

    (850) 939-2555

  • Dirt Road Cookers
    Dirt Road Cookers

    (850) 384-8839

  • Alphy’s Catfish House
    Alphy’s Catfish House

    (850) 515-1201

  • St James Cheese Company
    St James Cheese Company

    5004 Prytania Street, Uptown

  • The Rib Shack
    The Rib Shack
  • Shrimp Basket
    Shrimp Basket
  • Juana’s Pagodas
    Juana’s Pagodas
  • Oishii Japanese Sushi & Grill Restaurant
    Oishii Japanese Sushi & Grill Restaurant
  • All American Heroes
    All American Heroes
  • East Bay Crab House
    East Bay Crab House
  • Tonie’s Gumbo House and Cafe
    Tonie’s Gumbo House and Cafe
  • Lagerheads on the Gulf
    Lagerheads on the Gulf
  • TC’s Front Porch
    TC’s Front Porch
  • Alphy’s Catfish House
    Alphy’s Catfish House
  • The Slippery Mermaid Sushi Bar
    The Slippery Mermaid Sushi Bar
  • Cactus Flower Cafe
    Cactus Flower Cafe
  • JJ Chago’s
    JJ Chago’s
  • Scooter’s Fish House
    Scooter’s Fish House
  • Shark Bite
    Shark Bite
  • Samurai Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi
    Samurai Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi
  • Johnny Huston’s
    Johnny Huston’s
  • Bite On The Beach
    Bite On The Beach
  • Tops Choice Hamburgers of Navarre
    Tops Choice Hamburgers of Navarre
  • Culver’s
    Culver’s
  • Attractions
  • ADVENTURES UNLIMITED
    ADVENTURES UNLIMITED

    Canoeing, tubing and camping fun on four wilderness streams. Two hours or three days…canoe, tube, kayak, paddleboat or raft…camp… in tents or cabins…alone or with family and friends. Established in 1976. Website >

    (850) 623-6197

  • Air Force Base
  • EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE
    EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE

    The largest base in the world. It is also home to the biggest environmental test chamber, which produces extremely hot temperatures and extremely frigid temperatures. The U.S. Air Force Armament Museum is the only American museum dedicated to Air Force weaponry with interesting displays. The spy plane “Blackbird” SR-71 is also on display, a must to see! Website >

    (850) 882-1110

  • Golf Course
  • Tiger Point Golf Club
    Tiger Point Golf Club

    850-932-1333 Ext. 6

    1255 Country Club Rd.
    Gulf Breeze, FL 32563

    Tigerpointgolf.com

  • HIDDEN CREEK GOLF COURSE
    HIDDEN CREEK GOLF COURSE

    Established in 1988 and designed by the renowned golf course architect Ron Garl, The Club at Hidden Creek is well known for its excellent conditions, fast greens, lush landscaping, rolling terrain, and scenic layout. The 18-hole championship golf course plays 7,012 yards from the back tees and provides excitement for golfers of all skill levels. Website >

    (850) 939-4604

  • Gun Range
  • Oak Ridge Gun Range
    Oak Ridge Gun Range
  • Local Attractions
  • NAVARRE BEACH FISHING PIER
    NAVARRE BEACH FISHING PIER

    The Navarre Fishing Pier reopened on June 5, 2010. This pier is the longest pier on the Gulf of Mexico at 1545 feet. The fishing pier is one of the most popular locations on Navarre Beach. http://navarrepier.com/

    (850) 936-1794

  • Navarre Beach
    Navarre Beach
  • Juana’s Pagodas
    Juana’s Pagodas
  • Marine
  • NAVARRE BEACH MARINE SCIENCE STATION
    NAVARRE BEACH MARINE SCIENCE STATION

    The mission of the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station is to promote the appreciation, conservation, and understanding of the marine ecosystem of coastal Florida through education and service. Website >

    (850) 261-2141

  • Museum
  • NATIONAL MUSEUM of NAVAL AVIATION
    NATIONAL MUSEUM of NAVAL AVIATION

    Pensacola Naval Air Station – One of the largest air-and-space museums in the nation, with more than 100 Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aircraft this clearly one of the best of it’s kind in the United States. Website >

    1-800-327-5002

  • INDIAN TEMPLE MOUND AND MUSEUM
    INDIAN TEMPLE MOUND AND MUSEUM

    It is the largest and most impressive collection of early culture in the United States. The museum houses interpretive exhibits depicting 10,000 years of four prehistoric Native American tribes’ occupation. Over 6,000 artifacts of stone, bone, clay and shell are here, as well as the largest collection of Fort Walton Period ceramics in the Southeastern United States. Exhibits also include artifacts from European Explorers, local pirates, Civil War soldiers and early settlers; the largest Indian mound discovered along saltwater (1400 A.D.) stands guard beside the museum. Website >

    (850) 833-9595

  • EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE
    EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE

    The largest base in the world. It is also home to the biggest environmental test chamber, which produces extremely hot temperatures and extremely frigid temperatures. The U.S. Air Force Armament Museum is the only American museum dedicated to Air Force weaponry with interesting displays. The spy plane “Blackbird” SR-71 is also on display, a must to see! Website >

    (850) 882-1110

  • Park
  • VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK
    VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK

    Bayfront Parkway near 9th Avenue – The Veterans Memorial Park includes The Wall South, the nation’s first full-name replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. FREE Website >

    850-450-5598

  • NAVARRE BEACH STATE PARK
    NAVARRE BEACH STATE PARK

    Navarre Beach State Park has one of Florida’s most prized assets, pristine white, sugar sand beaches, a fishing pier and a scenic shoreline bordering the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico. When you combine these quality natural resources with a wonderful park layout, they provide some of the highest quality resource based recreational opportunities in NW Florida. Website >

  • GULFARIUM
    GULFARIUM

    America’s second oldest marine park (1955), it hosts Atlantic bottlenose dolphins, California sea lions, Peruvian penguins, Ridley turtles and more in 14 fascinating Gulf-edged exhibits. Dolphin stars Princess and Delilah delight with feats from comedic soccer games to 18-foot (540cm) leaps. Website >

    (850) 243-9046

  • GULF ISLANDS NATIONAL SEASHORE
    GULF ISLANDS NATIONAL SEASHORE

    Gulf Islands National Seashore is rich in natural and cultural resources. There are sparkling blue waters, magnificent snowy white beaches, and fertile coastal marshes. In the national seashore there are 19th century forts, shaded picnic areas, winding nature trails, and comfortable campgrounds. Diverse and abounding with wildlife, the park is not a single block of land — it is a mosaic. It includes 11 separate units stretching eastward 150 miles from West Ship Island, Mississippi, to the eastern tip of Santa Rosa Island, Florida. Website >

    (850) 934-2600

  • BIG LAGOON STATE RECREATION AREA
    BIG LAGOON STATE RECREATION AREA

    Sandy beaches and salt marshes that are important habitat for birds and animals. An observation tower gives viewers a bird’s-eye view of great blue herons, cardinals and brown thrashers alike. Year-round camping is available, along with swimming, fishing, boating and nature study. Series of pops summer concerts scheduled. Website >

  • Recreation Area
  • ADVENTURES UNLIMITED
    ADVENTURES UNLIMITED

    Canoeing, tubing and camping fun on four wilderness streams. Two hours or three days…canoe, tube, kayak, paddleboat or raft…camp… in tents or cabins…alone or with family and friends. Established in 1976. Website >

    (850) 623-6197

  • Water Park
  • BIG KAHUNA’S LOST PARADISE
    BIG KAHUNA’S LOST PARADISE

    Big Kahuna’s Lost Paradise is a combination waterpark and amusement park that is located in Destin on Florida’s beautiful Emerald Coast. This fun family adventure park covers more than 25 acres and boasts more than 40 water attractions, plus an arcade, roller coaster and miniature golf. Dozens of slides, three rushing rivers, white water tubing, two wave pools, a children’s area and the “biggest man made waterfall in the world,” makes Big Kahuna’s one of the most exciting and diverse waterparks in the state. Website >

    Phone: (850) 837-8319

  • Zoo
  • THE GULF BREEZE ZOO
    THE GULF BREEZE ZOO

    The ZOO is home to more than 700 animals botanical gardens. Lowland gorillas, white Bengal tigers and Ellie the elephant. latest additions of our preserve African wild dogs (only 18 zoos in the country have them) and even a pygmy hippo exhibit. Visitors feed giraffes from a two story platform, ride a train through 30 acres of free-roaming animals. Fun for the whole family! Website >

    (850)-932-2229