The Sandpiper Beacon is one of the closest beachfront hotels to Frank Brown Park; just a little over a mile away.
The USFA Fastpitch Softball tournament takes place in Panama City Beach's Frank Brown Park (opposite Pier Park) each year. The USFA World Series attracts teams from all over the country due to the high level of competition and great coastal atmosphere. After all, Panama city is home to the world's most beautiful beaches!
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Why not stay somewhere with multiple pools, a lazy river ride, on-site mini golf, games & contests, waterslides, and activities & entertainment in-between your games?
The Sandpiper Beacon is known as the "FUN Place!" for good reason... There's so much to do right here, included in the price of your stay, that many guests never leave... Of course, you'll have to go and play a few games!
Why not get an advantage over the other teams, by relaxing in style in-between games... Multiple indoor/outdoor (seasonally heated) swimming pools, on-site dining, 24-hour guest service, and LOTS of amenities, activities, games, and entertainment for the whole family! All at no extra cost.
As well as condos, we have 2 and 3 room suites with kitchens, joining suites in the hotel, as well as private beach houses and townhouses. All these options are perfect for larger groups who like extra privacy, but want to save money by splitting the cost of a single unit, rather than paying for lots of smaller rooms.
Take a closer look at all the Sandpiper Beacon Beach Resort has to offer... a.k.a The "FUN Place!" to stay on Panama City Beach.
The United States Fastpitch Association (USFA) is the authority of the Softball World Series, and one of the main reasons the softball tournaments are so successful in Panama City Beach. The format of the USFA World Series is 5 game format, 3 pool followed by double elimination.
The Fastpitch Softball tournament typically begins with festive opening ceremonies at Frank Brown Park. The USFA Fastpitch Softball teams bring with them a growing legion of loyal fans, which encourages even more sports tournaments to be held in Panama City Beach.