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Navarre Beach Pier

Drop your line or take a stroll on the longest pier in Florida and the Gulf of Mexico

At 1,545 feet long and 30 feet above the water, the pier offers fun for the whole family. Visitors can rent a fishing pole at the privately operated bait & tackle shop or enjoy the breeze at the outdoor restaurant. Whether you are an experienced angler looking for world-class fishing, it's your first time to wet a hook, or you want the perfect spot for spectacular views of the sunset, the Navarre Beach Pier is the place to be year-round.

Navarre Beach Pier Admission

Admission for disabled veterans and mobility and visually impaired is free. The pier has an accessible entrance ramp and 16 handicapped accessible railing locations.

Summer Hours: 5A to 11 P


Fishing license included in admission
  • $7 adults
  • $6 seniors & active duty military
  • $4 youth (15 & under)
  • 5 & under free
Rod rental and bait available at the pier store.

  • $1
  • 5 & under free

Weekly Passes:
  • Weekly Senior & Active Duty Military Fishing Pass $40
  • Weekly Adult Fishing Pass $45
  • Weekly Youth Fishing Pass $25
  • Weekly Walking Pass $5

Annual Passes:
  • Annual Adult Fishing Pass $150
  • Annual Senior Fishing Pass $100 (65 years and older)
  • Annual Youth Fishing Pass $75 (Under 16 years old)
  • Annual Active Duty Military Fishing Pass $100
  • Annual Family Fishing Pass $300 (Immediate family defined as spouse and children)
  • Annual Walking Pass $60
Passes can be purchased at the pier store.

Navarre Beach Pier Rules

  • No running on the pier.
  • No sitting or standing on the railing.
  • No pets allowed.
  • No jumping off the pier.
  • No glass containers allowed.
  • No camping or cooking allowed on the pier.
  • No fish of any kind left on the pier.
  • No fish cleaning tables on the pier.
  • No lights allowed.
  • No sabiki rigs allowed on the octagon.
  • Place all trash in containers.
  • All tackle, except for one rod and one reel, ice chests, carts, etc., must stay in the center of the octagon and away from the octagon railing.