10 Things To Do In Panama City Beach This Spring Break
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10 Things To Do In Panama City Beach During Spring Break

Panama City Beach is so beautiful and has so much to do!

10 Things To Do In Panama City Beach During Spring Break
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Spring break is coming up and I know lots of people head to Panama City Beach from some fun and sun. Since I visit there often, I'll let you know what you should do during your stay!

1. Jet Ski or Parasailing

Really, just anything to get you in that gorgeous water. Depends on what thrills you're looking for but both are a lot of fun. Up in the air, you get a serene view of the beach and down on the water, you get a nice adrenaline rush.

2. A Banana Boat

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If you are ready for some laughs and the ride of your life, go on a banana boat and hold on for dear life. These things will throw you off like nobody's business and it is so funny to see your friends fly off. Warning: Do not wear sunglasses, hats, or bring phones, it is very easy to lose them!

3. Eat at Patches

Watch a game and take in the interesting decor with some good eats!

4. Coyote Ugly

Down for a country night out? Want to live the movie? Go to Coyote Ugly! Small but packed with fun. Get ready to become a true Coyote by dancing on the bar!

5. Club La Vela

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Want even more action-packed night-time fun? Club La Vela is the largest nightclub in the USA with 10 theme rooms!

6. Ripley's Believe or Not/Wonderworks

Maybe for a bit younger age, but go explore and have some childish fun!

7. Pineapple Willy's

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Fun drinks and food. And you can sit outside and enjoy the view of the beach.

8. Go-Karting and Mini Golf

Grab your group, and get ready to get competitive. Whether its a need for speed or getting your Tiger Woods on, this is sure to be fun for everyone!

9. Shopping at Pier Park

With a bunch of cute boutiques, big name stores, Ron Jon, and lots of restaurants, there is plenty to do at Pier Park and you are sure to snag a cute outfit or two!

10. Lay on the Beach

The water in Panama City is amazing. Take a day to just be a beach bum and layout and get some sun, you won't regret it.

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