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Quitewater Beach Boardwalk

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By Water 30.336230, -87.141074

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The Quietwater Beach Boardwalk is great for browsing after a relaxing day on the beach. Visit out Alvin's Island's unique beach gift items for your loved ones who couldn't join your beach holiday. Swing through Island Style - Island Trader and Wings for the latest in hip beach gear, or embrace the laid back lifestyle with a straw hat and breezy sundress from Go Fish. A tropical Tommy Bahamas shirt will bring out the Southern charm in him.

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Fort Pickens

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By Water:  30.330204, -87.288907

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ft-pickensEnjoy swimming and snorkeling in the emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico, or go the calmer Pensacola Bay with its remote locations along Fort Pickens and Fort McRee. Wherever you decide to set anchor, expect bountiful seashells and sand dollars while strolling along Pensacola’s white sandy beaches.

Boaters planning to camp can unload their passengers and gear near Battery Langdon located on the bayside of the island and west of the Ranger Station dock and hike on the bike path or Fort Pickens Road to “Loop A”. See Map for details.

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Fort McRee

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3000021By Water: 30.324167, -87.314142

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Fort McRee

When U.S. engineers devised a plan for defending Pensacola Bay, they planned the construction of two forts on opposite sides of the entrance to the bay. One of these, Fort Pickens, still stands on the western end of Santa Rosa Island. The other, Fort McRee, stood on
Foster's Bank opposite Fort Pickens, but has long since vanished.

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