Explore GCFL From the Inside
Explore like a local! Have you skimmed through the adventure guide stories? The stories are full of insider tips and hidden secrets! Are ready to find your adventure? Contact one of our concierges and let them help you find your next adventure.
“Gulf County is special”, says Adventure Guide and owner of Daly’s Watersports, Ann Marie Daly. “There are so many watersports that are available to you – we are not just about scalloping – you can do something different every day.”
Sometimes you just want to go where no one has ever been. Or, at least somewhere you’ve never been! We understand! There are so many places to blaze your own trail in Gulf County.
Dan and Barb VanTreese are GCFL Adventure Guides and mid-western visitors turned locals for over the past decade. When we talked to them, they ran the full gamut of recommendations...
Silvia, GCFL Adventure Guide and owner of Serenity Beach Rentals, can get behind that hashtag! “I like the thought of being ‘around the kitchen table’. It’s where all of the important discussion happens.
Thanksgiving and Christmas are the two holidays where everyone really does try to get together. My family gets together for a weekend pre-Thanksgiving so that there isn’t a conflict with any of our husbands’ families.
“We are so family oriented. Crime-free,” says Denise, GCFL Adventure Guide and Property Manager at Cape San Blas Vacation Rentals. “If you are out on the Cape, it’s 20-30 minutes from town but it’s a beautiful drive.”
Denise, GCFL Adventure Guide and Property Manager at Cape San Blas Vacation Rentals has seen groups grow from two to twenty.
When you ask Alyson Gerlach and Charlene Burke what their favorite hometown view is, their answer is the same – almost verbatim: “OK. I have two.”
If you only have an afternoon, what’s one of the best adventures you can have in GCFL? “Definitely horseback riding on the beach” says David.
Gathering around a campfire at St. Joseph Peninsula State Park is always an awesome adventure!
“The wildlife in St. Joseph Peninsula State Park is amazing. We see deer, bobcat, squirrels, raccoons. Lots of wildlife all of the time.”