The Panama City RV Park & Cabins are located at Panama City Naval Support Activity Base in Panama City, Florida. It is located right on the St. Andrew’s Bay, with a beautiful view of the Hathaway Bridge and only minutes from the “World’s Most Beautiful Beaches”. Enjoy the sandy, white beaches and many outdoor activities.
The comfortable log cabins have one bedroom, a sleeping loft and a futon to sleep a total of six. The cabins are equipped with a full bath, microwave, coffee maker, kitchen, serving and cooking utensils, AC/heat and bed linens. Be advised they do not provide towels, so don’t forget to bring your own. Pets are not allowed in the cabins and the facilities are smoke free.
There are 2 RV parks, to enjoy, as well! The Mainside RV Park, which is located on site at NSA Panama City, offers 21 RV campsites, 17 with full hookup (water, electric, cable and sewage), 4 with no sewer. The Southside RV park, which is located a few miles from NSA Panama City, offers 24 spacious RV sites with full hookup complete with trash receptacles, an outdoor grill and picnic table. Also available is a 13 foot Camplite Automotive Travel Trailer, which sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children and includes a bathroom, kitchen (refrigerator and microwave), A/C and heater and can be utilized at the RV Parks (or taken off-site).
The Marina offers bikes, canoes, kayaks, YOLO paddle boards, paddle boats, pontoon boats, fishing equipment, lawn and garden equipment, party equipment, pavilions, snorkeling gear and more. Enjoy sand volleyball and a children’s playground. Local dive shops and charter fishing are available nearby! A Florida fishing license required.
Some local insights include Frank Brown Park, Conservation Park, Pier Park, Escape the Room Panama City Beach, the Seacrest Wolf Preserve, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Odditorium, Wonderworks, and much more!
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**Please note: Due to the impact of COVID-19 on travel, we encourage people to always plan trips in accordance with the guidance provided by government and health officials.