While visiting the panhandle, it’s important to be aware of the seasons to ensure you are comfortable during your vacation:


Fall (September through November):

Quickly becoming vacationers favorite time to visit, fall is an excellent time to stay with us as the temperatures still reside in the area of 68-88 degrees with a twinge of humidity. Additional precipitation can be experienced, and don’t forget that hurricane season happens during the fall. Think about grabbing a pair of pants for those cooler evenings. Guests enjoy lower rates after Labor Day.


Winter (December through February):

Visiting during the winter months is probably enjoyed more by Northerners and our repeat snowbirds than warm weather travelers. The average high at this period is between 61-68 degrees. Warmer dressing is recommended while you catch some fantastic deals on your vacation rental.


Hurricanes and High Tides in 30A

Preparing for a hurricane may be the last thing you want to think about when planning for your 30A vacation. One resource to check out if you plan on visiting in the fall is the National Hurricane Center. You can keep an eye on potential tropical storms and hurricanes that may affect your trip. Sandpiper will work with you on your upcoming stay should a hurricane look imminent. Guests will receive a full refund for the days a mandatory evacuation is issued.

Make the most of your fishing trip when you know the high tide schedule. Be on the lookout for warning flags, so you will have an idea what the conditions are and how it may affect your trip. Your concierge service at your Sandpiper Vacation Rental can give you the information you seek.

Prepare for the Best Trip of Your Life

Be prepared to take in all the sights, sounds, and tastes with a little Seaside weather preparation. No matter which season you choose to visit, remain flexible when packing your getaway case. Just don’t forget your swimsuit and flip flops!

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