Tiller Memorial Pier, Panama City Beach

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This tall wooden pier is on the west end of St. Andrews State Park beach. There is a picnic pavilion and a beach store here. The biggest crowd is down at the jetty, so on the day I visited, there were only a handful of people on the pier. What I enjoyed most about the pier was the wonderful bird's-eye view of the crystal clear water. I could just stand there for hours enjoying the beautiful emerald green water. I took some nice photos and shot some video. If you look east you can see the rock jetty near the inlet, and if you look west you'll have a great view of the tall resorts on Panama City Beach. It doesn't cost anything to walk out on the pier. After all, you've already paid the entrance fee to the Park.

G C Tiller Memorial Pier

Above: The G.C. Tiller Memorial Pier in St. Andrews State Park.


Above: Green flag = safe water conditions; Purple flag = dangerous marine life (jellyfish).

G C Tiller Memorial Pier
Above: It's a fairly tall pier and gives a great view of the beach.


Above: Looking east toward the jetty.


Above: The tall dunes and the very white sand define the beach at St. Andrews State Park.

The Tiller Memorial pier affords a great view of Panama City Beach.
Above: Panama City Beach as viewed from the Tiller Pier on a nearly 100 degree August day.


Above: Driving through Panama City Beach. The beach is to the left, behind the resorts.

Text and images Copyright 2007 David McRee, BeachHunter.net