A Day at the Beach

Our sugar white sand and beautiful blue waters have always attracted beach goers. Whether enjoying the dunes in years past or the dunes today, our sea oats and sand have been pleasurable.

Whether enjoying a water craft ride in the past or a personal water craft ride today, our gulf, bays, and inlets have provided a source of entertainment.

Swim wear has certainly changed through the years although bathing beauties have long been a common sight in our area.

In 1932, a shipping pass was dug from the Gulf of Mexico into St. Andrew Bay forming Shell Island and creating the jetties in St. Andrew State Park.

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