Breakfast Point

Explore Breakfast Point, a sought-after community in Panama City Beach, FL, celebrated for its top-rated schools, verdant surroundings, and contemporary homes. Enjoy a lifestyle of convenience with easy access to beaches and city amenities, perfect for individuals and couples alike.

Welcome to Breakfast Point

A desirable place to live that blends in with nature.
Breakfast Point is a subdivision of Panama City Beach in northwest Florida. It’s ideally located just a few miles from the emerald-colored waters of the Gulf of Mexico and close to three freshwater bays where boating and fishing are abundant. In your backyard are thousands of acres of protected conservation land, making Breakfast Point a scenic place to live.
Its unique name, Breakfast Point, originated from a story of local fishermen. They fished before dawn on West Bay and would then join up for breakfast at the same spot daily to share their fishing tales. The name stuck; today, it’s a lovely neighborhood with clean streets and parks.

What to Love

  • Close to the Emerald Coast and its sparkling beaches 
  • Breathtaking views of the water and nature preserve 
  • Open green spaces with hiking and biking trails 
  • Exceptional shopping and dining nearby

Local Lifestyle

Living in Breakfast Point is relaxing, and the homes are in beautiful natural settings. Spacious homes with open floor concepts are available on quiet streets with wide sidewalks. Many homes have large screened-in back porches with views facing the water or natural wildlife areas. There’s a definite small-town atmosphere in Breakfast Point, but all the amenities of an urban area are readily available.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Fish Out of Water is a family-style restaurant overlooking the Gulf of Mexico featuring locally sourced coastal cuisine. They're open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and keep you entertained with live music events while you dine. For some fine casual dining in an elegant setting, go to g. Foley’s for fresh seafood, hand-cut steaks, and a premier wine selection.  
If you need something quick, there is a shopping center conveniently located next to the entrance to the community. Pier Park is only five miles away for upscale shopping and features plenty of brand-name stores, local boutiques, and fine dining. Silver Sands Premium Outlets is a great designer outlet mall about 40 miles away near Destin and well worth the drive.  
A vibrant nightlife is easy to find at beach bars like Pineapple Willy’s and Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville, showcasing drink specials, dancing, and live music.

Things to Do

Just minutes from Breakfast Point is Frank Brown Park, with more than 200 acres to play away. There’s something for everyone with all the major sports fields, picnic areas, an aquatic center, playgrounds, dog parks, shuffleboard courts, and even a youth fishing pond. There are also many hiking and biking trails all around Breakfast Point. 
With the ocean minutes away, take advantage of the many available water activities. Sunset and dolphin watch cruises are breathtaking on the sparkling waters of the Emerald Coast. Take a catamaran over to the uninhabited Shell Island, where you can spend the day soaking up the rays or looking for shells on the shimmering sandy beaches.  
Shark’s Tooth Golf Club is a Greg Norman-designed course with beautiful views of the coastal dunes and Lake Powell. Watersound Club members and guests can enjoy this challenging 18-hole course, which blends beautifully with the surrounding dunes, water, and forest. Another top-notch golf course is Camp Creek Golf Course, where members can enjoy a state-of-the-art practice facility.
For something festive, pirates and treasure hunts are brought back to life at Pier Park in an annual event dubbed the Pirates of the High Seas Festival. Pirate attire is welcome, and it's a jam-packed weekend of live music, fireworks, storytelling, and treasure hunting!


Highly acclaimed academics are institutionalized by Bay District Schools. Bay District operates on an eight-point platform with provisions for adequate resources, data-driven decisions, and a passionate commitment to education. Students may attend:

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Overview for Breakfast Point, FL

1,201 people live in Breakfast Point, where the median age is 35 and the average individual income is $45,590. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Breakfast Point, FL

Breakfast Point has 511 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Breakfast Point do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 1,201 people call Breakfast Point home. The population density is 7,709.03 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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57.37 / 42.55%

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