Find adventure in Florida Gulf County and so much more! From the Constitution Convention Museum State Park where the Florida State Constitution was signed to 43 miles of shore to find your perfect beach, it’s a vacation lovers dream. GCFL Adventure Guide
A Day At The Beach
Choose the beach that fits your need. From the crystal clear waters of St. Joseph Bay, the emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and even the mysterious waters of the lakes, rivers and lagoons, there is never a bad day on the water. You’ll find different shades of sand and different shades of water to the various heights of the dunes and the surf. Enjoy pristine beaches and watch bottled nose dolphins in their habitat while splashing in the emerald water or soaking in rays in the sugar white sand. Serenity Beach Rentals
Each spring Loggerhead Sea Turtles make their way to lay their eggs in a sandy nest. After roughly a two-month incubation period, the tiny hatchlings emerge from the sand and scramble to the Gulf, counting on the light of the moon and stars to guide them to the sea.
Visit The Cape San Blas Lighthouse, relocated in George Core Park, this lighthouse built over 130 years ago has survived attacks by wind, storms, surf, and Union Troops in 1862. Register to climb the Lighthouse and visit the historic Maddox House.
Find your favorite adventure or try something new. Discover Scuba will take you through basic training and gear you up to explore the beauty under the sea. Take a sunset horseback ride along the beach…. I’ll call my horse Trigger! Access to kayaking, all types of fishing, hiking, biking, bird watching, snorkeling, diving, paddleboarding, ecotouring, and boating is no more than 15 minutes away at any given point in the area. Daly’s Watersports
No matter what your adventure is, you have the variety and easy access to water of all kinds. The Gulf of Mexico, the pristine, saltwater St. Joseph Bay, Indian Pass Lagoon, the Gulf County Canal, the Intracoastal Waterway, the Apalachicola Bay and river basin (a brackish mix of both) and the freshwater of the Dead Lakes and Chipola River are all connected and connect people to nature.