CAPE SAN BLAS WEATHER

Experiences

Gulf County Tourism


Fishing Charters

Cape Safaris

Perfect Cast Charters

Liquid Addiction Charters

Doghouse Charters

 


 Bike Rentals

San Flea Rentals

San Flea is located on the Cape and they have a variety of bikes.
Bike trails run the length of the Cape and are a great way to get around.
They have bicycles for all ages, tandem bicycles, surrey bikes, and slingshot trikes.

 

Kayak/Pontoon Rental

Happy Ours 

Scallop Cove

We have everything you need, right where you need it.
We offer local tap beer, growler station, groceries, deli, pizza, souvenirs, clothing,
bait and tackle, bike / kayak / SUP / fishing cart rentals.

Captain Clint’s 

Bayou Boat Rentals

Apalachicola Airboat Adventures 

Port St Joe Clear Kayaks

 

Turtle Patrol

 

Sign up for a walk along:

www.floridacc.org

Cape San Blas has a number of sea turtle nest and young hatchlings each year.

 

Horseback Riding 

Take a sunset ride along the beach.

Broke-a-toe

 

St. Vincent Island

St. Vincent Island is only accessible by boat.

The refuge is only open during daylight
hours and the ferry is located in Indian Pass.


Cape San Blas Lighthouse

Lighthouse

History of the Lighthouse

Enjoy a birds eye view of the St Joe Bay and the town of Port St Joe


St Joseph State Park

Pack a picnic and enjoy exploring both the Bay and the Gulf

 

The Dead Lakes State Recreation Area

Explore this beautiful area with a guided tour.

Located close to the tiny town of Wewahitchka, in north Gulf County Florida, you'll find the legendary Dead Lakes. This 6,700 acre body of water is part swamp, part river, part lake, and all pristine Florida wilderness. Very little of Dead Lakes is visible from the roads or boat launches, you must take to the water to get to the heart of it. And there is no better way to take it all in than a guided kayak trip or pontoon boat tour by a Coast Guard licensed captain. 

Off the Map Expeditions

Gulf Specimen Aquarium 

Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory’s mission is to further through study, research, publication, teaching and public display the knowledge of marine biology; to promote protection of marine life and the marine environment; to collect, classify and disseminate marine biological specimens.

 

Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park


The world’s largest and deepest freshwater spring rimmed by an ancient cypress swamp.