Unwind at Turtle Tracks, a 2-bedroom beachfront retreat on Cape San Blas, FL, accommodating up to 6 guests. Designed for outdoor lovers, it features an outdoor shower for beach cleanup. The master bedroom offers a king-sized bed, while the guest bedroom and sleeper sofa provide queen-sized comfort. The well-equipped kitchen has modern appliances and a coffee bar. Enjoy multiple deck seating areas for grilling and beach views. Just 100 yards from the beach and close to local favorites, Turtle Tracks is your beachfront haven for a relaxing getaway.
Port St. Joe, Florida, is a great place to fish. You can fish from the beaches, bays, and the Gulf. People here catch Redfish, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Tarpon, and King Mackerel. In July and August, you can go scalloping in St. Joseph Bay. You can also fish for Red Snapper all year round near the reefs. If you head offshore, you might find Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, and Tuna. You can fish from the shore, piers, or in a kayak. Or you can take a charter trip for more options. If you prefer freshwater fishing, there’s Lake Wimico and the Dead Lakes to explore.
St. Joseph Bay is a beautiful place to go kayaking. You’ll see clear water, dolphins, sea turtles, and you can even do some fishing. If you’re experienced, you can paddle from St. Joe Beach to Cape San Blas. For something unique, try kayaking in the Dead Lakes in Gulf County. You might spot eagles and alligators.
If you like duck hunting, Port St. Joe is a good spot, especially in the winter. You can hunt redheads, bluebills, buffleheads, and other ducks. Hunting from St. George Island gives you a peaceful experience surrounded by Gulf Coast nature.
Public Land & Wild Turkey Hunting
If you’re into turkey hunting, there are public hunting areas near St. Joseph Bay. These include Apalachicola WMA, Tate’s Hell State Forest, Chapman WMA, Joe Budd WMA, and Choctawhatchee River WMA.
If you enjoy biking, there are several scenic trails to explore. Port City Trail, T. H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, Loggerhead Run Bike Path, Cape Palms Park Trails, and Indian Pass Road offer various biking experiences. You can also go mountain biking in the Apalachicola National Forest.
Port St. Joe is a fantastic place for birdwatching. You can see many different birds throughout the year, like Loons, Grebes, Boobies, Pelicans, Cormorants, Darters, Herons, Egrets, Ibises, Woodpeckers, Warblers, Sparrows, Tanagers, and Finches. The diverse habitats here make it an excellent destination for birdwatchers.
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