Pirates of the High Seas Fest Invades Panama City Beach

The white sands of the Gulf of Mexico beckon.

It boasts pirates, parades and sword-swinging showdowns. It features costume contests and a dueling fireworks display.

As far as I can tell, about the only thing The Fun Never Sets Pirates of the High Seas Fest doesn’t have is dragons walking the plank — and who knows, they’ll probably add them at the last minute!

Columbus Day weekend will bring a wave of adventures to Panama City Beach when the admission -free Fest invades the coastal community Sept. 30 – Oct. 7, 2012.

“The festival comes at an ideal time for families looking to get away during the busy fall season,” says Dan Rowe, president and CEO of the Panama City Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau. “We are excited to host this annual event once again, which is bigger than ever and has spectacular activities planned for visitors of all ages.”

Smells like fun to me!

Never been to Panama City Beach?

That's as sad as fish without fins, because it’s lovely. This affordable getaway boasts a whopping 27 miles of sugar-sand beaches nestled against the clear, emerald-green waters of the Gulf, more than 300 days of sunshine annually, plus attractions that include St. Andrews State Park and Pier Park.

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