Port St. Joe

Port St. Joe is the closest town in this beaches area

This quaint town of about 3,000 residents boasts some great restaurants, shopping, a marina, and a golf course.

Port St. Joe Real Estate

One of the most pristine coastal bays in all of Florida.

Port St. Joe sits on St. Joseph Bay and is wrapped on one side by the shores of St. Josephy Peninsula and bordered on the other by Port St. Joe. We are especially proud of our new Sacred Heart Hospital! Port St. Joe also provides the education for our kids with an elementary, middle and high school! GO SHARKS! There may not be a mall or a movie theatre but who needs that when you can scallop and fish, snorkle, kayak on the bay all day!

Port St. Joe Highlights

  • Small coastal town sitting on St. Joe Bay.
  • A population of about 3400 full time residents.
  • Downtown area boasts great locally owned boutiques and restaurants.
  • St. Joe Marina provides dry dock as well as boat slips for every size boat.
  • St Joe Bay Golf Club is an 18 hole course with club house, restaurant and pool.
  • Access to beaches just a 5-10 minute drive either east or west!
  • The elementary, middle and high school serves Port St. Joe as well as Mexico Beach students.
  • Sacred Heart Hospital is a 19 bed/ 24 hour emergency state of the art hospital.
  • Gulf coast state college campus.

Port St. Joe Map

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Shopping

There is lot’s of unique shopping scattered across the beaches. Stock up on supplies and hit the beaches.

Restaurants

You’ll find everything from upscale/trendy to southern cuisine and outdoor dining.

Downtown Historic Reid Avenue

Take a relaxing stroll and enjoy local art, unique gifts and even home furnishings.

The Bay Walk Trail

Walkers, joggers and bikers will love this trail that connects from Port St. Joe Marina.

Frank Pate Park

Right in the center of town, the park has tennis courts, picnic tables, pier and boat launch.

Festivals and Events

From the annual Scallop Festival to the Farmers Market’s, there is always a celebration happening.

Constitutional Museum

Florida’s first state convention was held there in 1830.

Centennial Building

Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.