A visit to the Cape San Blas area may include a trip to St. Vincent's Wildlife Refuge or the Cape San Blas Lighthouse in Port St. Joe. Fresh and saltwater fishing trips may be arranged as well as horseback riding on the beach. Canoes and kayaks are available for the self-guided adventurer and snorkeling gear can be rented for those wanting an up-close-and-personal experience with the local flora and fauna.
Arrange for that special photo on the beach by a local photographer or spend the day shopping & dining in nearby Apalachicola or Port St. Joe. Of course, relaxing on the beach is always the best way to spend the day on Cape San Blas!
Visit these websites to learn more about available activities in the area:Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerce
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Explore the sands of the Cape in the comfort of a four-person gas-powered beach cart. The Cape offers miles of white sand beaches along the Emerald Coast where you can stop for a picnic or gather seashells to take home from your vacation.
Come, enjoy our piece of heaven on the Forgotten Coast of Florida's Panhandle. Whether you're a beginner on stand-up paddleboards or a seasoned kayaker, let Happy Ours Kayaks help you plan your next nature-based adventure. Get safety tips for newcomers!
Explore the pristine waters and natural treasures in Cape San Blas. Enjoy fishing, sightseeing, shell trips, and more with a charter. Whether you're looking for shallow water angling or off-shore fishing for tuna, there's something for everyone.
Experience an abundance of sea life up-close-and-personal in St. Joe Bay, one of the largest seagrass beds in the country! Or take in the amazing sights, smells, and sounds on the shore as you ride along the beach on horseback.
Located just across from the inn, the Cape Trading Post offers you a full line of groceries, souvenirs, and a fully-stocked liquor store. They have just about anything you may need to make your visit enjoyable.