Fort Pickens Campground
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White sand and water everywhere. Gulf on one side and bay on the other. Campgrounds are clean and well kept and the staff friendly and helpful. Not the best wheelchair friendly place but they are working on it.
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We had a great time relaxing at Fort Pickens. Nita went for a nice long bicycle ride along the coast. She was flying - until it was time to turn around. Suddenly the truth dawned - she was flying because the wind was helping. The return trip was against the wind!
I went exploring access points to the beach and the actual fort. Saw my first …
This was going to be a one night stay before we head to New Orleans but it is so beautiful, we've decided to stay here 2 nights instead of New Orleans.
Tomorrow is going to be an exploring day! Pictures to come...
After last night's rain, we are relieved that the day would stay dry and sunny. As with all of the gulf shore beaches, the sands are crystal white. It was cool to be camped right across the street of some of the most beautiful beaches. We stared the day biking the road and taking in the oceans views. Next came a visit to Fort Pickens which was …
... is $20.95! The menu explains that the restaurant was built as a club house in 1912 and served as an area cultural center, but not necessarily an opera house. One review I read says it best: It has "beaded pine walls and ceilings and is open for the enjoyment and merriment of people from all over who enjoy dining in complete luxury, yet a casual atmosphere. The menu varies daily, but is always served on their 28ft. ...
Yet again another fort. This one spans about 150 years. First built in 1834 to guard Pensacola Bay, it was used through the Civil War, the Spanish American War, World War 1 and 2. It was decommissioned in 1946. There are very old parts of the fort with brick and mortar and later parts with concrete. There are watch towers and big concrete bunker that look like those on the coast of France. It was all place there to protect the harbor and ...
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