Cape San Blas , Indian Pass, Money Bayou, etc are no exception. Alligators are all around the area–especially around marshy or swampy areas, lagoons, in the pockets of marshy areas along the Loggerhead Bike Path on Cape San Blas , inside T.H. Stone Memorial St . Joseph Peninsula State Park, etc.
Cape San Blas is a 17-mile peninsula nestled between St. Joseph Bay and the Gulf of Mexico on Northwest Florida’s Forgotten Coast.
The beach is very pretty, very gradual slope, very clear water .
Flying To Cape San Blas This scenic drive is about 2 hours. From the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, you’ll take US-98 South to 30A. Without traffic this drive will take you about an hour and 45 minutes.
Those of us who live in Cape San Blas and the areas around it know that our beaches are hands down, some of the most beautiful in all of Florida. Our miles of pristine beaches are not crowded .
Cape San Blas is very low key. Aside from sea shelling, reading books, walking dogs, walking to the local ice cream shop or on the beach, or if you are going on a fishing excursion, there’s not much else to do in this laid back, safe family and dog friendly destination.
Nearly equal parts pristine beaches , a bay with abundant sea life and a laid-back lifestyle, Cape San Blas is truly a vacation paradise. The gem of Cape San Blas is T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park. The park is open for day passes only at this time.
Joseph Bay, Cape San Blas , FL is one of the last remaining undiscovered beach sanctuaries along the beautiful Florida Panhandle–definitely one of the last uncrowded ones!