Escape to Doc’s Fish Camp on St. George Island, a 4-bedroom waterfront haven with spectacular bay views and sunsets. This spacious and well-appointed retreat offers ample room for up to 10 guests, including a master bedroom with a king bed and attached bathroom, a second bedroom with a king bed, and a third bedroom with a queen bed, all equipped with HD TVs. The main living area features an open floor plan with a renovated eat-in kitchen, a large dining room, and a cozy living room with a wood-burning fireplace and various entertainment options. Outside, oversized decks provide the perfect setting for outdoor dining and lounging. Enjoy amenities like a hot tub, boat dock, hot/cold private outdoor shower, and even cornhole. Plus, the fenced yard welcomes up to two dogs, and beach access, restaurants, and shopping are just minutes away.
Offshore Fishing: Experience thrilling offshore fishing adventures by launching from the St. George Island Marina. Venture into the expansive Gulf of Mexico, where you’ll discover hidden treasures like reefs and wrecks, teeming with prized catches such as red snapper, grouper, and amberjack. Charter companies in the area have honed their expertise and can guide you to their preferred hotspots.
Inshore Fishing: Delve into the rich fishing opportunities offered by the Apalachicola Bay. Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of the bay’s shallow waters, oyster bars, and lush grass flats. Here, you can target a diverse range of species, including speckled trout, redfish, and flounder. The waters around East Hole and Cat Point are renowned among anglers for their productivity.
Scalloping: Embark on a scalloping adventure in St. Joseph Bay, just a short drive from St. George Island. The bay’s pristine grass beds provide the perfect habitat for scallops. Popular scalloping areas include Eagle Harbor and the picturesque surroundings of Black’s Island.
Hiking and Biking Trails
St. George Island State Park: Discover the natural wonders of St. George Island State Park through a network of scenic trails, including:
Apalachicola National Forest: Although not located on St. George Island itself, the Apalachicola National Forest, nearby, offers a diverse range of hiking and biking trails to explore.
Apalachicola Bay Aquatic Preserve: Immerse yourself in the vast beauty of the Apalachicola Bay Aquatic Preserve. Kayak among the bay’s enchanting islands and estuaries, where you can savor the diverse coastal ecosystem up close.
St. George Island provides a unique opportunity for coastal duck hunting enthusiasts. Nestled in the Apalachee Bay region, this area is celebrated for hosting a diverse population of diving ducks during the winter months. Renowned for its redheads, considered among the best in the country, the bay also welcomes bluebills, buffleheads, canvasbacks, pintails, teal, scoters, wigeons, gadwalls, mergansers, wood ducks, ring-necked ducks, spoonbills, ruddy ducks, and goldeneyes. Coastal duck hunting from St. George Island offers a tranquil and secluded environment compared to other regions. The Gulf Coast’s serene setting and the opportunity to pursue divers in open water create a unique and fulfilling experience for hunters seeking solace amidst the natural beauty of Florida’s Gulf Coast.
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