If you’re looking for something fun to do this summer in Panama City Beach you have to check out Camp Helen State Park and their movies and more events through summer.
Beginning on June 14 from 5:30 PM until 8:30 PM, Camp Helen State Park will present its fourth annual Movies & More series. Admission to the park is free but donations are accepted, which go directly to the friends of Camp Helen State Park to be used benefit the parks resource management, projects and interpretive programs.
Gulf World will present an interpretive program on the American Alligator followed by old-fashioned campfire cookouts with hot dogs and s’mores. The evening concludes with family orientated movies in the recreation hall. Will kick off this summer with Nims Island. Other movies this summer include:
June 14: Nim’s Island
June 28: The Dolphin: Story of a Dreamer
July 12: Firehouse Dog
July 26: Antz
Other interpretive recitations will be on the savanna monitor, a Park Ranger will give an interpretive program on aunts and Port Washington State Forest will present an interpretive program on prescribed buyers and safety.
In order to participate, attendees must have the ability to follow visual and verbal instruction either independently or with the assistance of a companion, they must have the ability to withstand exposure to the nighttime outdoors for about 1 to 2 hours, and they must have the ability to navigate uneven terrain on paved and unpaved surfaces independently or with assistance.
For more information visit the Florida State Parks.org website or will see you there starting tomorrow, June 14.