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The drive out is as stunning as the destination. A must see for history buffs.
In 1816, the United States began constructing Third System forts along its coastline to protect important waterways and seaports. Five years later, the federal government began fortifying areas along Florida’s 3,500 mile seaboard. Pensacola Bay was one such area.
Great state park area with secluded beaches, a cool fort to explore, and gorgeous views.
This is a great day trip for your family. Also, on certain days Blue Angels practice over bay next to fort pickens
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