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
Destin charter fishing is a great way to spend a few hours
Specializing in exciting offshore and inshore saltwater fishing trips in the beautiful St. Joe Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, this charter company fishes for trout, redfish, flounder, wahoo, grouper, and snapper aboard an all fiberglass 40 foot Infinity boat. Fishing licenses are provided.
Tall Tales Charter Fishing specializes in fishing for redfish, speckled trout, flounder, tarpon, sharks, and more.
Designed by Bill Amick and built in 1969, St. Joseph's Bay Country Club is an 18-hole championship golf course, pro shop, restaurant, and bar. The course is semi-private and will challenge intermediate players. There are mature trees, verdant fairways, strategic hazards, and, believe it or not, alligators on this course.
Charter/guide for the waters of the Gulf Coast . Bays, back country and flats fishing come have fun on the Forgotten Coast and experience the real Florida with A Bay Charter.
This complete watersports company offers guided kayak trips, diving charters, cruise boat charters, snorkeling trips, boat rentals, and rental gear and equipment.
A full time, bays and backcountry fishing charter guide service. They offer two-hour, four- hour and full day trips for fishing and sightseeing.
Guided eco-tour kayak trips, snorkeling trips, fishing trips, and scallop diving trips are offered by Happy Ours Kayak & Canoe Outpost. Complete rental packages for fishing and skindiving enthusiasts are available. Happy Ours Kayak & Canoe Outpost also sells and rents kayaks and canoes.
With beautiful forested areas and pristine, white, sandy beaches that line the shores of both the Gulf of Mexico and St. Joseph's Bay, St. Joseph's Peninsula is a park that has it all. Located about 90 minutes from Panama City, floating in the open waters, this picturesque coastal barrier peninsula offers all varieties of outdoor activities, from kayaking and hiking, to boating, hiking, and bicycling. The park is well known for its bird-watching opportunities, with more than 240 species known to inhabit the peninsula. Camp by the beach or inland among the wilderness, or stay overnight in one of eight cabins available on the park's bay side. Please note that open flames, including campfires, are prohibited in Florida State Parks. Daily admission is $4 per vehicle and $1 for each additional passenger or pedestrian. Camping fees are $20 per night and cabins are $90 per night. Check out the park's website for information on the 70-seat picnic pavilion and reservations.
What better way to take in the uniqueness of the beaches at Cape San Blas than by horseback? This forgotten coast boasts being one of the only remaining vacation destinations in the country to allow visitors to enjoy horseback riding on the beach. A relaxing ride next to the waves of the Gulf is just another way to experience the laid back atmosphere of the area. There will be plenty of photo opportunities during your ride. Just a short drive from Apalachicola and St. George Island.
Climb aboard a 36-foot Sports Fishermen with this fishing charter and enjoy inshore fishing trips which range from four to 12 hours where you can catch blue dolphin, grouper, red snapper, shark, mackerel, tuna and more. Offshore sunset and sightseeing cruises and dive charters are also offered. Fishing licenses, tackle, and equipment are provided.
Experience first hand harvesting shrimp and see up close the sea life of Apalachicola Bay aboard this real shrimp trawler with Captain Kevin Martina, a third generation shrimper with 22 years experience.