About the Scenic Highway
Rich in history, the Scenic Bluffs provide a wonderful sample of the Pensacola area’s past. Read about the Scenic Highway as well as the history of the bluffs.
Native and Invasive Species
With an abundance of native and invasive species, the Scenic Highway Corridor offers an assortment of specimens to explore.
Attractions & Shopping
The Pensacola Scenic Bluffs corridor has abundant recreational opportunities in the form of boating, fishing, picnicking, hiking, bicycling, bird watching, walking and of course shopping and eating.
Scenic Highway Clean Up
Thank you Mr. Apple for you generous donation of breakfast snacks for the volunteers that came to Scenic Highway Foundation/Ocean Hour beach-clean up the second Saturday of each month. Even though the volunteers collected for only an hour, they were able to remove over 2500 lbs. of debris total for this year. An impressive amount!!!
Please say thank you to Mr. Apple when you go to Apple Market—the place to shop!!!!
Ever’man Cooperative Charity Eco-Friendly Bag Program
Hey, SHF friends and members! You can shop for healthy groceries and raise a little money for Chimney Park. For every ecofriendly bag you bring to Ever’man Cooperative during the months of July and August, you may choose Scenic Highway Foundation to be the recipient of 5¢.
The nickels really add up and will be used for enhancements to Chimney Park on Scenic Highway.
A big ‘Thank You’ to Ever’man and to all our friends who support Scenic Highway
October 2017 Newsletter
The October 2017 edition of the Scenic View, The Newsletter of the Scenic Highway Foundation is now available for download (PDF).
1916 Pensacola: A City in Transition
Dr. Brian Rucker presentation on “1916 Pensacola: A City in Transition”.
Recently Added Photos
Redesigning the Pensacola Scenic Bluffs Highway
Increasing Environmental and Cultural Sustainability by Creating Identity
This presentation provides a landscape design created by three Michigan University Master Degree Candidates for Scenic Highway.
Created by Olivia Garnett, Helen Graham, and Mary Hejna in April 2012, at the University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment, this presentation provides information on the redesign of the Pensacola Scenic Bluffs Highway.
Monthly Chimney Park and Bay Bluffs Cleanups
Please join OceanHourFL, Earth Ethics Inc., The Pensacola Scenic Highway Foundation, University of Florida Sea Grant Program, Keep Pensacola Beautiful and the City of Pensacola every 2nd Saturday of the month at Chimney Park (Scenic Highway at Langley) or Bay Bluffs Park (Scenic Highway at Summit) from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. for our monthly cleanups. Sign In is at 8:45 a.m. at either location. We really need folks at Chimney Park. Bay Bluffs is in a maintenance mode where Chimney Park is in a need mode. All supplies provided.
You can Sign Up In advance at: OceanHourFL.com
The Pensacola Scenic Bluffs has partnered with Ocean Hour.
The purpose of the partnership is to support a clean environment for the seashores, oceans and marine life for the benefit of marine live and the reduction of ocean debris and its affect on human health.
Plastics don’t biodegrade, they photodegrade and just become smaller pieces.
To promote positive human actions as to human behavior towards the ocean environment and how ocean pollution can and will have a negative impact on the planet and the quality of human life through the food chain. Also, efforts to bring youth groups into and participate in the Ocean Debris issues that they will inherit during their lifetime.
The Pensacola Scenic Bluffs and Ocean Hour are looking for volunteers to help remove waste from various locations. For a list of volunteer opportunities as well times and locations, please visit the Calendar page.