A couple dancing in Mexico Beach, FL

Calendar of Events

Blast on the Bay Songwriters Festival

October 15, 2015 to October 18, 2015
It's time once again that Florida’s Forgotten Coast will play host to a group of talented musicians and songwriters direct from the streets of Nashville. Festival performances will consist of over 30+ musicians who collectively have written hundreds of hit songs from Faith Hill and George Strait to Jason Aldean and Garth Brooks.

Turkey Trot

November 26, 2015 to November 26, 2015
Start Thanksgiving Day off by running your way to the dinner table! The Mexico Beach Community Garden presents the annual Turkey Trot. This run on Thanksgiving Day gives families and friends a great chance to get out and be active prior to the traditional Thanksgiving feast. All ages welcomed and all entries receive a t-shirt. Signup now and enjoy spending Thanksgiving in Mexico Beach.

License Free Saltwater Fishing Days

November 28, 2015
Come enjoy four different days to fish saltwater's in Mexico Beach for free! Fish from the shore, off the public pier or charter a boat and catch multiple big ones. This is a wonderful opportunity for experienced angles to share their skills and passion for fishing with friends and family.

Mexico Beach Christmas Tree Lighting

December 06, 2015, 6:00 pm to December 06, 2015, 8:00 pm
Come celebrate Christmas on the Beach! Santa, refreshments, carols and much more will be happening at the Mexico Beach Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony held at Sunset Park beginning at 6:00pm CT.

WindCreek Casino Day Trip

December 09, 2015 to December 09, 2015
Join us for a day of fun as we head off to win big and make lasting memories at WindCreek Casino. A favorite pastime among winter visitors and friends as you press your luck, this day trip will be one for the photo album. So come enjoy this unforgettable adventure during your time in Mexico Beach!

New Year's Eve Celebrate Twice

December 31, 2015 to January 01, 2016
No need to wait another 12 months for the next New Year. Ring in the New Year Twice! Start in the Eastern Time Zone in Port St. Joe and St. Joe Beach, then travel west just five minutes to Mexico Beach and celebrate all over again an hour later in the Central Time Zone.