What to do on a Rainy Day at the Beach

A rainy day at the beach is better than a sunny day anywhere else. Even during those unpredictable summer popup thunderstorms, the beach is a beautiful place to live and to visit.

Unfortunately, it looks like this weekend is going to be on the stormy side. That doesn’t mean that your weekend fun is ruined! Here are some fun things to do during a rainy day at the beach:

Fun Things to Do in PCB Rain or Shine!

Sunny Day:

  • St. Andrews
  • Shell Island
  • Shipwreck Island
  • Gayle’s Trails
  • Dolphin Tours
  • Gulf World
  • Zoo World
  • Rent a Jet Ski

Rainy Day:

  • Shop Local
  • Local Restaurants
  • Visit the Winery
  • Escape Room
  • Rocket Lanes
  • Kartona
  • WonderWorks
  • Mirror Maze

Weekend Weather

You can stay informed on the weather by checking in with our friends at WJHG. Below is a look at the weather for Panama City Beach for this weekend. The weather at the beach can be on the unpredictable side, especially during the summer so it is best to be prepared for rain or shine.

Be sure to check the weather before heading out. This graphic was for the week this post was originally posted an displayed rainy weather with a average high temperature of 83 degrees farenheit.
Thank you, WJHG for the local weather!


You can also call your favorite Realtor (Kelli & Renata lol) to talk real estate. Is now a good time to invest in property? Are you ready to buy the beach house that you have always dreamed of? Maybe you are considering downsizing. Or you might be wondering if now is a good time to sell your property? The Got Beach Team is here to answer all of your questions!

Contact Us for More Info!

Kelli Sullivan & Renata Murphree

The Got Beach Team at Beachy Beach Real Estate

Kelli: (850) 819-8246 | [email protected]

Renata: (850) 527-3923 | [email protected]

We wish you a fun, memorable, safe weekend at our beautiful beach!

Oh! And this is your friendly reminder to learn the flags and their meanings. If you are caught swimming in the Gulf on a double-red flag day when the beach is closed, the fine is $500. You can sign up for text messages to alert you when the flag changes here.

The Beach Flag Warning System: 1. Double red flags mean the water is closed to public use. 2. A single red flag means that there is a high hazard due to rough conditions like strong surf and/or currents. 3. A single yellow flag indicates a medium hazard due to light surf and or currents. 4. A single green flag means that the water is calm and it is a low hazard condition. 5. A single purple flag means that there is a marine pest warning due to jellyfish, stingrays, and or other dangerous fish.  Always be sure to learn and check the flag status before going swimming.
Know the Flags and Stay Safe!