Panama City Neighborhoods
Historic St. Andrews – A quaint bayside area, bustling with marina activity and boasting some of the area’s best dining and nightlife. From the world-famous Hunt’s Oyster Bar to the stunning Shrimp Boat restaurant and House of Bourbon bar, there are plenty of opportunities to eat, drink, listen to live music, and stroll through a weekend farmer’s market, all with breathtaking bay views in the background. Explore historic buildings, grab a drink or just wander around the bayside park, there is no shortage of things to do in St. Andrews. Spend some time on a walking tour of the area, or use our map for a self guided tour.
Historic Downtown Panama City – The heart of Panama City and a thriving business district with all the charm of a historic city center plus plenty of local character. Harrison Ave, the main street through historic downtown Panama City offers a variety of local dining options as well as antique shops, boutiques, bars and more. The Martin Theater, a gorgeous art deco building is undergoing major renovations to bring back its former glory and add some modern amenities. The Panama City Marina is also getting some major upgrades along with a beautiful waterside hotel. There is so much to do and see in this gorgeous area you will want to plan to spend the day exploring. Take a walking tour or use our map for a self guided tour of the area.
Glenwood – A community-centric neighborhood that boasts an active recreation center with an up-coming state of the art expansion. The area has deep cultural and historical significance as it has been at the center of local Civil Rights movements. This little neighborhood has lots of personality and charm. Glenwood is also near Sacred Heart Hospital, one of Panama City’s premier medical facilities.
Millville – Nestled along Watson Bayou, Millville is the definition of southern charm. This historic area is brimming with local character, from locally owned restaurants to a beautiful marina, there is plenty to do and see. Millville is also an industry leader with large employers and access to the City’s port expansion.
Retail Corridors of 15th & 23rd Streets – Whether you’re looking for groceries, fashion, home décor or more, the retail corridors of 15th & 23rd streets have you covered. 23rd street boasts access to Publix grocery, Wal-Mart, TJ Maxx, Homegoods, Ulta, Burlington Coat Factory and a myriad of other shops, restaurants, and services. Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center is also located on 23rd street. 15th street offers access to even more dining and shopping as well as some great locally owned consignment and specialty shops. Both 15th and 23rd Streets offer a selection of automobile dealers as well.