Casino Beach is named for the popular casino that put Pensacola Beach on the map. Though the Casino closed in the 1960s, Casino Beach still attracts loads of visitors yearly!

In the 1930s, Pensacola Beach wasn’t the family-friendly destination we know it today. A popular casino was the areas first tourist attractions. Over the years Pensacola Beach changed its image to attract families, but the “Casino” name stuck. Casino Beach is a throwback to times past. The Gulf Pier overlooks the beach’s white sand and clear waters.

Casino Beach is a vast beach with plenty of space for public beach-goers. With the backdrop of the Beach Ball Water Towers, and nearby dining, this beach is a top choice for visitors!


  • Nearby Beach-Side Dining
  • Easy Beach Access
  • Public Restrooms
  • Lifeguard/Sheriff’s Patrol (seasonal)


  • Public Parking Spaces
  • Enter from Casino Beach Boardwalk

Additional Info

Location: Casino Beach Boardwalk, Pensacola Beach, FL 32561
Hours: Open 24 Hours
Public: Yes