Gulf Beach Highway
Big Lagoon State Park has hiking, biking, kayaking, snorkeling, and camping. It is a great camping spot and the folks that work there are tops.
Innerarity Point Road
“The Way” is a short trail designed and developed by Master Naturalist Jerry Patee. The small loop traverses’ cypress, marsh, bog, and some upland habitats. It is not long and is handicap accessible. The trail runs from Perdido United Methodist Church to Bayou Garcon and back. Galvez Landing is a county-owned boat ramp where you can launch your kayak or paddleboard and paddle the small islets of “Old River.” At Southwind Marina, you can find a charter for fishing or diving and can even hunt lionfish if you want. The Bill Dickson Boat Ramp is a county-owned ramp is off of Gulf Beach Highway on the upper end of Bayou Grande. This is a great location for paddling marsh habitat. Aboard NAS Pensacola, there is Trout Point Hiking Trail and the view from atop the lighthouse is worth the fee, and the legwork, to get there. You must enter the Naval Air Station from the west gate at Gulf Beach Highway and Blue Angel Parkway.
Tarkiln Bayou State Park is part of the Big Lagoon Park system. There are three hiking trails (1.5 miles, 2 miles, 7 miles) where you can explore the wetlands of lower Perdido. Bald eagles have been seen here!
Perdido Bay Country Club is a good spot to view and photograph. As you enter the road leading to the country club, there is a small county park with a boardwalk to Bayou Garcon.
Blue Angel Recreational Center this facility is right on Perdido Bay. To use the camping and kayak facilities, you must be active or retired DoD but civilians can pay to use the disk golf course. Herron Bayou Boat Ramp is a county-owned boat ramp is at the corner of Highway 98 and Dogtrack Road. From here, you can paddle saltmarsh habitat and access Perdido Bay.