Gayle's Trails connect to the Conservation Park, pictured above.
Gayle's Trails began with the construction of the walking trails at Frank Brown Park in 1998. The trail system has continued to expand over the years and now includes several miles of paved path, which connects to the trails at the Panama City Beach Conservation Park west of State Road 79.
The trails were named for former mayor Gayle Oberst.
The trail system also includes:
- 5 miles of trails up State Road 79 across the West Bay Bridge.
- 3.5 miles of trails at Frank Brown Park
- 1.5 miles of trails at Aaron Bessant Park in Pier Park
- Connection to nearly 30 miles of trails at the Panama City Beach Conservation Park
Please click on the following link to view the Panama City Beach's current & future trails map.