Just east of Cape San Blas is Indian Pass. This picturesque “Old Florida” area has a nostalgic charm that makes it a true treasure. It’s untouched; rustic nature draws people that appreciate taking the back roads and the simple Panhandle lifestyle.
This small peninsula sitting directly along the mainland is a haven for endangered and threatened species including bald eagles, sea turtles, indigo snakes, gopher tortoises, and much more.
- Indian Lagoon is home to one of the most prized oyster beds in Florida. The oysters harvested here are nationally known for their quality and flavor. For a taste, stop by the local Indian Pass Raw Bar which was named among the top 50 Best Southern Bars by Garden and Gun Magazine.
- Directly on the horizon from Indian Pass lies the Vincent Wildlife Refuge that boasts over 12,000 acres of protected lands and wildlife habitat. Great for a day hike.
- Beach Driving is allowed (with a permit) on Indian Pass beaches and families often take part in meeting to enjoy a beach bonfire together.
Take a look at these Indian Pass properties and contact us for specific information!