Welcome To Our Version Of Paradise!
Dolphin Bay is a private, gated, family oriented community nestled alongside scenic St. Andrews Bay in beautiful Panama City Beach, Florida. The pet friendly community, located only minutes away from the nation's most  beautiful beaches and the area's best entertainment and shopping, has a small-town feel and offers such amenities as a marina, tennis/pickle-ball/basketball court and picnic areas. 
Tucked away within the community is the Harbourage Yacht Club that provides 64 spacious and secluded boat slips with easy access to the bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
Dolphin Bay is located 1/2 mile north of US Highway 98 on Wildwood Road, with convenient access to Panama City, the beaches and Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport.

The Dolphin Bay Architectural Review Committee (ARC) has openings for two property owners from our community to serve on the oversight committee charged by the Home Owners Association Board of Directors with insuring that the architectural standards of our community are followed and upheld pursuant to the Dolphin Bay Covenants and Restrictions. The primary focus of the ARC is to qualify and approve new residence construction builders and to ensure that formerly approved builders continue to meet all mandated construction requirements. In addition, the ARC reviews requests for any project which changes the exterior appearance of a home to include roofing, painting, installation of new fences, installation of children's play sets or back yard stand alone gazebo like structures. While some knowledge of residential construction or exterior home design is beneficial, it is not a requirement. 
Application for these positions can be made to Richard Hunt, ARC Chairman, at [email protected]

 The BOD will consider adopting the following language amending Exhibit D to the Guidelines and Restrictions of the Dolphin Bay Declaration at its August 21st meeting:

Property owners living in the duplexes of Dolphin Bay share both an exterior wall and overhead roof. As such, any anticipated work that will change the color or appearance of either the roof or the exterior on one unit must be coordinated between the two contiguous owners and a joint agreement on the change attained prior to submission of the change request to the Architectural Review Committee.  This requirement will ensure that any one condominium unit, as viewed from the right of way, remains uniform in both color and appearance vice mismatched.