About Cape San Blas
Cape San Blas is a thin strip of land separating St. Joe Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Beautiful, uncrowded beaches make this a popular vacation spot.
If it's quiet seclusion, sugar-white sand and blue-green water that you're seeking, then you have come to the right place. You will not find any high-rises, or huge crowds here. Cape San Blas is approximately 20 miles of quiet coastline where relaxation is a way of life.
In addition to the St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, you can visit:
Cape Palms Park: One of Gulf County’s recently developed parks, Cape Palms Park offers public access to the beach with convenient parking. It has all the amenities to make your day at the beach a great one! A picnic pavilion, playground, grills, restroom facilities, and an observation deck that escorts you over the dunes. This park is also handicap accessible.
Salinas Park: Located at the entrance of Cape San Blas, Salinas Park includes picnic tables, grills and restrooms. Boardwalks allow you to meander and observe wildlife while leading you to miles of unspoiled beach.