Reopen & Rebuilding


Mexico Beach, Florida, has pushed through and moved forward since Hurricane Michael made landfall on our beloved Unforgettable Coast on October 10, 2018. Since then, many residents and business owners have begun to pick up the pieces and repair their homes and businesses. The Mexico Beach Welcome Center is one of them. While the actual building received damage and had to be demolished, the heart and spirit of the Community Development Council’s mission continues. The Welcome Center has reopened in a temporary location in the parking lot area of the former building just off Highway 98. It is open and greeting visitors, assisting residents, and ready to answer any questions you might have!

Mexico Beach Florida Welcome Center Temporary Location Spring 2019

Other businesses have made great strides in reopening their doors, as well. We welcome all those who want to come support Mexico Beach businesses during this time; however, please be advised that construction and debris removal are still taking place. The beach is open, with public parking located on 37th Street. We have places that are ready for you to come stay, eat, and shop. When you do visit Mexico Beach, stop by the Welcome Center and say hello! #rebuildingwithlove

Businesses Open:

Barefoot Kayak & Paddle Board Rentals
Caribbean Coffee
Cathey’s ACE Hardware

Centennial Bank (ATM only)
Crazy Beach Pizza
Forgotten Coast Property Management & Rentals
Harmon Realty Vacation Rentals

Mexico Beach Sundance Realty
Mango Marley’s
Mexico Beach Vacation Rentals By Owners
Mexico Beach Wine & Spirits
No Worries Vacation Rentals
Pristine Properties
Rustic Sands Resort Campground
Two Gulls At The Beach
United States Post Office
Wallace Pump & Supply
VACASA