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Nestled in the heart of St Andrews is the Old Sentry Oak. It is estimated to be 250 years old and although it survived Hurricane Michael, it sustained damage that will require at least one of it's lower branches to be cut to ensure the tree remains healthy. (Oaks by the Bay Park)
Panama City had four canopy covered walking tracks located within various parks prior to Hurricane Michael. With an estimated 1M trees lost in the City, there is no better time to create the future we want to see, than now. #replant
(Bay Memorial Walking Track)
Oaks by the Bay Park was home to the worlds only known four-headed Pindo Palm. The palm was estimated to be between 80-100 years old.
Panama City is surrounded by the natural beauty of St Andrew Bay and it's numerous Bayous. Scenes like this are scattered throughout the City and it's neighborhoods. (Lake Caroline)
Prior to Hurricane Michael, it was not uncommon to see squirrels or birds being overly friendly in hopes of receiving an edible handout in one of our many parks.
(Oaks by the Bay Park)
With an abundant tree canopy, you didn't have to look far to find your own private little place in the shade. (Asbell Park)
Our parks and walking tracks offered the perfect backdrop for outdoor activities.
Panama City's parks were the perfect place to get away from it all and relax.