Situated west of Pensacola Beach within the Gulf Island National Seashore, Perdido Key Beach is a barrier island featuring tons of wildlife and award-winning powder-white beaches perfect for surfing, swimming, fishing or just kicking back in a beach chair. The area is also home to protected dunes and the remains of Fort McRae, circa 1836.
Top Things to do at Perdido Key Beach:
- Enjoy accessible bird watching along the Perdido Key Discovery [Boardwalk] Trail
- Johnson Beach hosts two large parking lots, restrooms, outdoor showers, and picnic pavilions
- Visit tidal outlets in Big Lagoon State Park