Links to Local Tourism/Travel Information Pages
Traveling After Hurricane Sally
- The Pensacola Bay Bridge (3-Mile Bridge) is currently closed. Florida Dept of Transportation - Pensacola Bay Bridge
- If you are traveling to Pensacola Beach or Gulf Breeze, you will need to plan an alternate route. The tolls to cross over Garçon Point Bridge (FL-281) have been waived.
- If you are coming from I-10, take exit 22 toward FL-281 N/FL-281 Toll S/Milton/Gulf Breeze. This should not add too much travel time to get to Pensacola Beach when coming from I-10.
- If you are already in Pensacola or flying into Pensacola Airport, and need to get to Pensacola Beach or Gulf Breeze, you will take I-110 north to I-10 and then follow the above directions. This can add 20-30 minutes to your travel time to the beach depending on where you are coming from in Pensacola.
- As of 9/25/2020, they are estimating the Pensacola Bay Bridge to be closed for repairs anywhere from 3 months to 1 year.
- The Bob Sikes Bridge (the bridge over to Pensacola Beach from Gulf Breeze), is reopen now.
- Pensacola Beach is open to vacationers and the public at this time. We ask ALL of our guests to be mindful of the residential community on the beach as well as in the surrounding areas, as they rebuild and recover from the storm. There were many residents with homes destroyed and we ask that you please try to avoid disturbing residents or driving through neighborhoods just to look at damage.
- All of our vacation rental properties are okay after the storm. None of our rentals sustained any damage to prevent travel or guests from staying.
- Many restaurants have reopened as of 9/25/2020 and many continue to reopen in the coming days. See updates from the Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce business members here.
- Santa Rosa Island Authority (Governing Body for Pensacola Beach), offers updates on VisitPensacolaBeach.com
- Please use diligence and caution when swimming or entering the water on the Santa Rosa Sound (opposite side of the island from the Gulf of Mexico). There is debris from the storm that can be hazardous. Consider water shoes when in the water of the "Sound-Side" for the time being.
Covid-19 Travel Information
- Mask's are required at all stores and restaurants in the City of Pensacola city limits.
- There is no mask mandate for Pensacola Beach, however some establishments are requiring masks to be worn inside.
- Social Distancing is encouraged while at Pensacola Beach and in Pensacola.
- Restaurants are still at 50% capacity for indoor seating and 100% for outdoor seating based on the Governor of Florida's order.
- All of the surfaces in our rentals are cleaned after each guest with disinfectant. In addition to our housekeeper's, there is also an additional inspection prior to your check in by our manager.