A quiet, nautical community composed of a stretch of peninsula and a private gated island neighborhood at it’s most western end. Innerarity Point is surrounded by the navigable waters of Perdido Bay, Old River and the Intracoastal waterway. This part of Paradise is just a short 5-12 minutes ride from to the white sand Beaches of the Gulf, and the restaurants and shopping of Perdido Key.
Innerarity Point is home to two local restaurants:
Innerarity Point Restaurant – 14340 Innerarity Point Rd Pensacola Fl 32507 Phone: (850) 492-3577
Nothing fancy, but famous for fresh, local seafood and the “funnest” Bluegrass band around. It’s the place where all the locals eat seafood. Open for lunch & dinner.
Hub Stacey’s at the Point – 5851 Galvez Rd. Pensacola, Fl 32507 Phone: 850 497-0071
The Point provides some of the best sandwiches in the area. Eat in or take out. The quaint surroundings of The Point and their large deck offer a great place to relax and listen to the many bands that play there. Galvez Landing offers a place to dock your boat and walk a short distance to our front door.
Friends & Amenities in Our Neighborhood
Innerarity Point Fire Department – 14250 Innerarity Point Rd, Pensacola, FL 32507 (850) 492-0544
The Innerarity Point Volunteer Fire Department, also known as IPVFD, offers fire suppression, rescue and prevention services. The public department s inventory of apparatus features a brush fire truck and engines. It hosts demonstration sessions on electrical hazards. The Innerarity Point Volunteer Fire Department also provides firefighting, emergency medical and advanced life support services. The department operates several fire stations. It serves the residents of Innerarity Point in Florida. The Innerarity Point Volunteer Fire Department offers inspection services for commercial buildings and residential facilities. The department also responds to emergency calls. It provides safety tips and hosts training programs for children and adults.
Perdido Bay Community Center – 13660 Innerarity Point Rd, Pensacola Fl 32507 (850) 497-0000
Perdido Bay Community Center opened in 2004 as an outreach mission of the Perdido Bay United Methodist Church. 4 months after its grand opening, Hurricane Ivan hit, sculpting the vision of the Community Center into what it is today: an outreach post, a rescue station, a place of friendship, fellowship, peace, and support. To this day, it continues to be the center hub for community events, classes, and activities, for the surrounding area. From Pilates to Karate, Bible Studies to Business Meetings, and Grumpsters to Kiwanis, this center strives to meet the needs of the community by providing an activity for everyone.