The "occupied area" of the peninsula stretches from the park entrance to Salinas Park. The Cape offers the tranquil waters of St. Joseph Bay on one side and white sand beaches along the Gulf of Mexico on the other. The area is known for great fishing, scalloping and a relaxed family setting. Port St. Joe is a ten-minute drive and offers quaint shopping, a full-service marina and coastal restaurants.
Venture beyond the Cape San Blas Light House to a classic Old Florida coastal community called Indian Pass. This area is truly a sportsman's paradise with broad beaches facing the open Gulf of Mexico and a sheltered lagoon, home to the celebrated Lagoon Oyster. Opportunities for exploration abound with beach horseback rides, great fishing, golf within ten minutes & a fifteen minute drive to historic Apalachicola.
Cape San Blas and Indian Pass areas are considered low-density, low-rise areas with accommodations ranging from luxury beach estates to bay front homes with private boat docks. Lots, town homes and cabins are all available and Gulf Coast Real Estate Group's agents are available to show any and all properties, including the area's newest waterfront community, Ovation.