Cape San Blas

Cape San Blas is a 17 mile barrier peninsula

Cape San Blas juts out into the Gulf of Mexico with the Bay on one side, the Gulf on the other, Cape San Blas is a gorgeous resort area.

Cape San Blas Real Estate

A life without distractions…That’s Cape San Blas.

You’ve got just the necessities out there, basic groceries, gas, beach accessories, Cone Heads restaurant, nothing to distract you from the complete vacation paradise. You simply can not have a worry in the world out here as you collect seashells, catch a red fish, kayak as the sun sets, see the full moon from the lighthouse!

Cape San Blas Highlights

  • 17 mile peninsula bordered by St. Joe Bay on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other.
  • Mainly vacation resort homes with a handful of full time residents lucky enough to live full time there.
  • Gulf county allows driving on the beach with permits, bonfires, and dogs, horseback riding.
  • Eastern time zone (Mexico beach is central).
  • State park at the end of the peninsula with camping facilities as well as a boat launch area.
  • bike path along the entire length of the peninsula.
  • St joe bay is great for kayaking, bay fishing and SCALLOPING.

Bike Path
Just North of Scallop Cove you will find a bayside bicycle path that goes all the way to the St. Joseph State Park entrance.

Pet Friendly Beaches
Animal lovers! Dogs are ALLOWED on the beaches but must keep them on a leash, and clean up after them.

Boat Ramps
Boat ramps are available all over. If you live here, you have to get out on the water.

St. Joseph’s State Park
The park features approximately 2,500 acres of wildlife refuge. You’ll also find a boat ramp, basin plus tent and RV camping.

Beach Fires, Beach Lights
A warm beach fire is common and allowed on the beaches if there is no ban in effect. Look out for sea turtle nests!

Scallop Season
Scallop season is July 1st thru Labor Day weekend. The delicious little creations are plentiful and are fun to harvest.