Three Must-Dos While Visiting Cape San Blas, Florida

We’re so happy you’ve decided to spend your vacation here with us. Here are three unique experiences you’ll want to be sure to enjoy while here:


1. Cape San Blas Lighthouse climb in Port St. Joe

Rich with history, and beaming with beauty as you pass through Port St. Joe, The Cape San Blas Lighthouse has been a local landmark for years.  Built well over 100 years ago, the lighthouse was moved from its home on Cape San Blas to take up residence on the shores of St. Joseph Bay at beautiful George Core Park.

Be sure to stop by on your next visit to the area.  Bring a picnic basket and a blanket, and make an afternoon of it.  George Core Park offers a relaxed setting with St. Joseph Bay as a backdrop.  It doesn’t get any better.

For more information about The Cape San Blas Lighthouse, and to learn how you and your family can register to climb, contact 850-229-1151 or 850-229-8261 (Wed-Sat 11am-5pm EST)


2. Horseback riding on the beach

Horseback riding on the beach is the perfect way to reconnect with the ones you love, all while experiencing a wonderful adventure together. Choose from a sunrise ride, sunset ride, photography package, and so much more. Contact one of these local stables for more info.

Broke-A-Toe Horseback Riding
Cape San Blas
(850) 899-7433
[email protected]
http://www.brokeatoe.com

Two-Bit Stable
Cape San Blas
(850) 227-4744
https://twobitstable.com

The Rockin’ M Ranch
Cape San Blas
(850) 227-6117
Email
http://www.therockinmranch.com/Home.php

Sand N Spur
Cape San Blas
(850) 227-5009
https://sandnspur.com


3. Bonfire on the beach with your friends and family

Enjoy a beach bonfire with your group, and reflect on your day full of adventures.  Just make sure to follow a few simple guidelines https://www.visitgulf.com/leave-no-trace.


For tons of additional ideas of things to do and see in the area, visit the Gulf County Tourist Development Council website. You can download the most recent Visitor’s Guide here.

You can also email [email protected]m with any questions about the area, and for complimentary help connecting with people, places and activities that best suit you.  Visit https://www.visitgulf.com/concierge-program/ to learn more.


Visit https://www.visitgulf.com/hurricane-updates/ for the most recent list of businesses to re-open following the storm.  These guys are so excited to serve you and your families.

For more local resources:

Gulf County Tourist Development Council Welcome Center
Captain Fred’s Place
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
(850) 229-7800
(800) 482-GULF
[email protected]
https://www.visitgulf.com

Mexico Beach Community Development Council Welcome Center
102 Canal Parkway
Mexico Beach, Florida 32456
(850) 648-8196
(888) 723-2546
http://mexicobeach.com