Cape San Blas is a seventeen-mile peninsula along Florida’s Big Bend – jutting out from the mainland of the Port St. Joe area. On the Gulf-facing side of the peninsula, you’ll find white sand beaches, gentle surf and towering sand dunes. On the St. Joe Bay-facing side, serene shallow waters are great for small boats, kayaking, snorkeling, scalloping and more.
“The Cape” is a favorite for vacationing families, second homeowners and permanent residents who choose the area for its beauty & seclusion. The Cape is low in density with only two units per acre on the bay and three units per acre on the beach. There are no high-rise buildings and limited commercialism. The wildlife is abundant with frequent sightings of bald eagles, ospreys, herons, loggerhead turtles and dolphins.
- Cape San Blas is home to the noteworthy Joseph Peninsula State Park that boasts 2,416 acres of protected land, clear waters, towering sand dunes, and plenty of native wildlife.
- In 2002, The Cape’s white sand beaches ranked first place in the continental United States by Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, also known as “Dr. Beach.”
- Joseph Bay scallops are a rare treat harvested recreationally July through September. Venture out onto the Bay a pick up your limit for a delicious Florida dinner.
- Walk, run or bike the Loggerhead Run-Bike Trail. The eight-mile trail runs the length of The Cape from Salinas Park near 30A out to the entrance of Joseph Peninsula State Park.
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