To help you plan your next visit, here are answers to some of the more frequently asked questions about Mexico Beach.
Q. How large is the city of Mexico Beach, Florida?
A. Mexico Beach, a seaside community of about one thousand residents, encompasses five miles of pristine beaches, has no traffic lights and features only family owned restaurants. It’s the perfect place for you to enjoy the white-sand beaches and emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico in quiet seclusion.
Q. Does Mexico Beach have public boat ramps?
A. Yes! Our public boat ramp offers easy and direct access to the Gulf of Mexico.
Q. I don’t have a boat. Can I still enjoying the great fishing in Mexico Beach?
A. Yes! Our city pier extends far into the Gulf, allowing easy access to species such as Spanish mackerel and kingfish. Great surf fishing for species such as pompano can be experienced right from our beaches.
Q. Are dogs allowed on the beach?
A. Dogs are not permitted on the beach within the city limits of Mexico Beach. Dogs are allowed on St. Joe Beach in Gulf County east of the county line at Highway 386.
Q. Are there any scuba diving opportunities in Mexico Beach?
A. Yes! Mexico Beach offers easy access to artificial reefs and the historic shipwreck of the Vamar. Divers, snorkelers, and spear fishermen will find much to do here!