Russell-Fields City Pier

Panama City Beach, Florida

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Mar 4 ~ Mar 10
Spanning more than 1,500 feet, Russell-Fields City Pier is a popular destination and one of the longest piers on the charming Gulf of Mexico. It’s an incredible spot for leisurely walks, tranquil sunrises and sunsets, and relaxed fishing. The pier offers excellent opportunities to view remarkable marine life such as sea turtles, dolphins, fish, manatees, and more.

Russell-Fields City Pier Visitors Guide

Russell-Fields City Pier provides visitors with exceptional opportunities for fishing and an astonishing view of the Gulf. Fishing enthusiasts and beginners can find incredible catches such as pompano flounder, hardtails, and mackerel. If fishing is not one of your interests, no problem. This beautiful location has an atmosphere that everyone in the family can enjoy.

The pier boasts multiple volleyball courts, flawless white sands for building sandcastles or sunbathing, and gorgeous scenery. Additionally, just minutes away, you will find amazing shopping and dining options. Check out retail favorites such as Charming Charlie, Old Navy, and Latitude 29. After a long day of enjoyment, have a delicious meal at one of the nearby eateries such as Angry Tuna Seafood Company.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How deep is the water at the end of Russell-Fields Pier?

The depth of the water at the ends of the piers is approximately 30 feet.

2. Is Russell-Fields City Pier handicap accessible?

Yes. Russell-Fields City Pier is handicap accessible. There are three beach-accessible wheelchairs available free of charge. There is also a handicap-accessible ramp that allows the wheelchairs to get to the beach.

3. How much does it cost to fish off Russell-Field City Pier?

The cost to fish is $7 and that includes your daily fishing license.

4. What is the best month to fish?

The best time to fish in saltwater is April through September. The best time to fish in freshwater is spring to November.

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