Deadmans Island Snorkeling Trail Snorkeling

The 8th most popular snorkel dive spot in Florida Panhandle.

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South of Pensacola near Gulf Breeze, the Deadmans Island Snorkeling Trail features the natural resources and historical artifacts found in the water surrounding the island. The Deadmans snorkeling trail has six underwater educational kiosks and is maintained by the City of Gulf Breeze. To reach the snorkeling off the panhandle of Florida by air, you will need to fly into either Destin Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS) or Northwest Florida Beaches Airport (ECP) north of Panama City.

Overall, Deadmans Island Snorkeling Trail is the 8th most popular snorkel dive spot of all 16 snorkeling dives in Florida Panhandle. Several of the better snorkeling spots are nearby Deadmans Island Snorkeling Trail including Pensacola Beach Gulf Snorkel Reef, Navarre Beach Marine Sanctuary, Pensacola Beach Bay Snorkel Reef, Fort Pickens Jetties, Quietwater Beach and Catherine Wreck.

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Local Contact(s):  City Of Gulf Breeze (850) 934-5100; Florida Tourism (850) 488-5607

Recommended Book:  "Snorkeling Florida" from Brad Bertelli

Recommended Map:  "Pensacola Recreation Dive Map" from Top Spot

Best Season:  Any

Base Camp:  Fort Pickens campgrounds; Travelodge Pensacola Beach

Luxury Loding:  Hilton Pensacola Beach Resort

Reference Source:  click here http://cityofgulfbreeze.us/

Article Source:   Best Deadmans Island Snorkeling Trail Snorkeling Review https://www.snorkelingdives.com/?id=23316

GPS:  30.365525, -87.1878

Date Published:  12/31/2011

Date Updated:  11/19/2016

ID:  23316

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