CC's Modular and Manufactured Housing

3220 Hwy 77 North
Panama City, Florida 32405
(850) 522-1488

Panama City Florida

Along the shore lines of Panama City blue marlin, sailfish, bull dolphin, wahoo and tuna follow the Yucatan Current close to the shores of Panama City Beach, making this area one of the finest sport fishing destination in the world.

Scuba divers enjoy exploring the many shipwrecks that lie offshore.  The 465-ft. Merchant ship, S.S. Empire Mica, was sunk by a German submarine during World War II.  In 1930, a 130-foot steamer, loaded with 200 tons of cargo and 31 passengers began taking on water.  With only one life raft, eighteen people perished when the ship sank.  On a rescue mission in 1906, the 93-foot E.E. Simpson sank.  This wreck lies in 20 feet of water, 12 mile east of the Panama City Pass.

Pioneer Homestead is an outdoor exhibit containing authentic buildings, dating back to the late 1800’s, including a log cabin, barn, smokehouse, and gristmill. This learning experience teaches young and old alike, the history of Northwest Florida pioneers.


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