3951 East Hwy 98
Port Saint Joe, FL 32456
Phone: (850) 229-6246
Fax: (850) 229-7829
3951 East Hwy 98, Port Saint Joe, FL, US, 32456
- Phone: (850) 229-6246
- Fax: (850) 229-7829
This small museum and 14-acre park is located just off Highway 98, outside Port St. Joe. The park conveys and represents the period when Florida was entered into statehood by the constitution. This is an interesting site, especially for the history buff.
The region of Port St. Joe in the U.S. State of Florida is swanked by the stellar Port Theatre. It is a monumental site that was first opened for the audience in 1938. The vintage theater site occupies a great deal of significance and served the nearby communities as a fine entertainment avenue. It was closed down in 1967. Further on, owing to its tremendous historical significance, the site got listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
Situated on the eastern shore of St. Joseph Bay, Port St. Joe Marina offers such amenities as transient slips, a 450-foot lay-a-long transient dock, wet slips, dry boat storage, a gift shop, the Dockside Seafood & Raw Bar restaurant, wireless Internet access, charter fishing, boat rentals, and more.
Originally known as the Kilmarnock, the Vamar was constructed in 1919, and sank close to Mexico Beach in 1942. Although the ship sank under questionable circumstances, the exact cause has never been determined. In 2004, the Vamar was added to the National Register of Historic Places and also became the ninth Underwater Archaeological Preserve in Florida. Today, diving is permitted, but nothing from the site can be excavated or removed.
Mexico Beach is a quiet community located to the east of Panama City. There are many vacation rentals located here, all of which are located close to the area's famous white sand beaches. Visit the website for more details about this area.
Overlooking the Apalachicola River, this antebellum home was built by Thomas Orman and was used for both business and social gatherings. The Orman Housed features both Federal and Greek Revival styles with wooden mantelpieces, molded plaster cornices, and wide heart-pine floorboards.
The Orman House is a beautiful 19th Century structure which was home to Thomas Orman, a cotton merchant. Today, the house and its surrounding areas are open to the public for exploring. Guided tours of the house and its vicinity are regularly conducted. The garden in the neighborhood proves to be a great picnicking spot.
The largest full service marina in Apalachicola, this marina offers dry dock storage and in-water slips, as well a full line of boating supplies, gas and diesel, bait, and a ship store.
Full service boat yard and marina in downtown Apalachicola. Permanent and transient slip rentals with power, water and floating docks, 20 ton travel lift and crane, painting and fiberglass repair, shower, and laundry.
Apalachicola's renowned John Gorrie State Museum is a landmark in Florida State Park. John Gorrie was a catalyst in the development of air conditioning. He was the rightful holder of the first patent in context to mechanical refrigeration in 1851. A replica of the ice machine this genius had produced in 1851 is present at the museum. The visitor center can be accessed and toured on Monday and from Thursday to Sunday between 9:00a and 5:00p. The museum also boasts of historic exhibits depicting the immense history of Apalachicola.
This Romanesque-style building was originally an ornate wooden structure that now houses great wooden pews and beautiful stained glass windows. The church also offers a fellowship hall that accommodates up to 200 people.