Within 4 or 5 blocks is
Galvez Landing which has a boat ramp where you can put your boat or jet ski into the water for free. If you get hungry while you are there, you can eat at Hub Stacey’s or even go there for an evening drink after a day of fun in the sun. You can see their menu here. Just across the Intracoastal Waterway (or over the bridge) is the Holiday Harbor Marina which has a small restaurant, gas for your boat, fishing & boat rentals/charters, and a small golf course (approximately 20 in area).

There are countless other activities, not to mention fishing on our private dock. There are other fishing opportunities close by, and various shops.

Families or those on the go there is Burger King, Sonic, Domino's Pizza,
Triggers Seafood Restaurant (serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and is about 1 mile from the house). If finer dining is more what you are looking for, there is the Oyster Bar, Crab Trap, Lillian's Pan Pizza, The Reef, and other fine dining of Perdido Key are within 5 miles. Winn-Dixie, Wal-Mart, the Post Office and Library, Perdido Kids Play Park (free admission), Gray's Tackle and Guide Service, are all within a 2 mile radius of us.

Access to the Gulf Islands National Seashore is only one mile from the house by way of Old River Road. The website is
www.nps.gov/guis/. Johnson Beach is within 5 road miles (less than a mile by the way the bird flies), or within 15 minutes or less on a wave runner or a boat from our beach. It is located on the Gulf Islands National Seashore. It has covered and open picnic areas, restrooms, showers and offers swimming on the Gulf or the Intracoastal Water side of the seashore. Big Lagoon State Park is also nearby. Explore the ruins of Fort McRee on the tip of the National Seashore. Access to Johnson Beach/National Seashore by boat or wave runner doesn't cost a thing. If driving, the fee is $8 per day per car or $25 for a season pass.

National Naval Aviation Museum (free admission) is within 5 miles. There is everything from airplanes made in the early 1900's to the space shuttle. You can eat at the Cubi Bar Cafe, go to the kids fun area , try your skills out in the Top Gun air combat simulators, go to the IMAX theater, take a guided tour, or just look around. The Pensacola Naval Air Station is the home of the famous Blue Angels. And of course, the Blue Angels (The Navy Precision Flying Team) are based here. See the Blue Angels website for practice schedules and air shows.