St. Joseph Peninsula State Park


For out-of-the-way beaches, those in the know head to a peninsula of sand known as Cape San Blas and St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, a 1,650-acre wilderness area at the far end of the cape with camping, beach time, fishing, and wildlife watching. On a map, the skinny peninsula stretches up about 20 miles into St. Joseph Bay. The park lies on the upper half, with nine miles of unspoiled Gulf beach. More than 200 species of birds have been spotted, and monarch butterflies stop here en route to Mexico in the winter. Rent a cabin here and leave your cares behind.


8899 Cape San Blas Rd
Port St. Joe, FL 32456


29.74980000, -85.39539800
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(850) 227-1327

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