2017 Sports Facilities Guide: Panama City Beach, Florida

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Panama City Beach FloridaPanama City Beach is home to “The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches,” first-class sports venues, fantastic shopping and dining, and lots of fun activities on and off the beach, making it a top destination for sports events right holders to target for their events. Sports teams love to play in Panama City Beach because they can bring family members with them and turn a normal tournament or event into a fun family vacation!

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Richard Sanders, VP Sports & Events, and Chris O’Brien 850-233-5070 rsanders@visitpanamacitybeach.com cobrien@visitpanamacitybeach.com visitpanamacitybeach.com

Frank Brown Park Recreational Complex

Frank Brown Park Recreational ComplexWorld-class sports facilities at the Frank Brown Park and PCB Aquatic center, an average of 320 days of sunshine each year and an average temperature of 74 degrees: all this in an affordable destination with 27 miles of white-sand beaches that are consistently ranked as some of the best in the world!

Frank Brown Park received a $4 million renovation in 2016 and includes nine full-size baseball/softball diamonds designed for tournament-level play, two lighted T-ball fields, six lighted soccer fields, a lighted basketball court, volleyball courts, four lighted tennis courts, walking/biking trails, a 1.25-mile lighted jogging track and a state-of-the-art playground. The PCB Aquatic Center, located in Frank Brown Park, features a heated/cooled 50-meter Olympic pool with a 1-meter springboard diving well and a 5,000-sq.-ft. splash park.

Panama City Beach Sports Park

Panama City Beach Sports ParkOpening in spring 2018, the new Panama City Beach Sports Complex is a $30 million-plus project to bring a 210-acre sports park to the east end of the World’s Most Beautiful Beaches. This park will feature nine rectangular and multipurpose, synthetic turf fields, including configuration for five full-size baseball diamonds, plus four rectangular grass fields, for a total of 13 fields. The fields will add to and complement existing sports facilities in Panama City Beach, as well as offer space and field configurations to allow for collegiate spring training of baseball, soccer and lacrosse.