Panama City Beach is so fortunate to have a diverse and beautiful ecological system and landscape. Frank Brown Park, opens to the winding conservation Park, and Gayle’s Trails. The City of Panama City Beach has established the Panama City Beach Conservation Park in concert with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (EPA) for the enjoyment of hikers, biking enthusiasts, and everyone who just loves to walk through a natural & beautiful setting.
Conservation Park Details
- Over a whole mile of awesome boardwalks for you to stroll upon!
- Many trails onsite allow observing native wildlife roaming freely in their natural habitat.
- A 4,400 square foot building has been constructed at the southeast corner, that serves as a shelter for Park users, containing garbage receptacles, restrooms, and drinking fountains.
- An interesting article on the completion of Gayle’s Trails.
The desire to protect and balance our natural resources has been a driving force behind the establishment of Conservation Park (Park). The West Bay Ecosystem, is being protected by the creation of this Park and the implementation of a beneficial use of the City of Panama City Beach’s (City’s) reclaimed water.
The Park’s forestry management practices will also lead to ecosystem restoration and habitat improvement for an area covering approximately 3,000 acres which is the equivalent to an area equal to twice the size of the City of Parker.
The Conservation Park features over two thousand nine hundred and twelve (2,912) acres of total area. (908 acres uplands and 2,004 acres of precious wetlands) and totaling over 24 miles of trails. Walkabout anyone?
Address: 100 Conservation Drive
Panama City Beach, FL 32413
This is a fabulous resource of nature available to anyone who lives nearby, and anyone visiting Panama City Beach Florida! Take advantage of this awesome trails system today.