Check Diving Off Your List
Ann Marie and Ed Daly
Ann Marie and Ed Daly
Check Diving Off Your List

Ann Marie Daly, Adventure Guide and owner of Daly’s Watersports, is from North Dakota and was a reluctant diver. In fact, she didn’t really enjoy getting wet. Gulf County made her a believer.

Be Really Brave. Kayak the Dead Lakes.
Matt Godwin
Matt Godwin
Be Really Brave. Kayak the Dead Lakes.

Explorer Matt Godwin can kayak through the Dead Lakes 100 times during the summer and he always sees something different.

Hike the Bayview Trail
Mark Knapke
Mark Knapke
Hike the Bayview Trail

“Walking on the beach is my favorite winter adventure. My wife likes to do crafts so she collects shells and things. I only look for the really nice shells.”

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Try a new adventure. Paddleboarding in the Bay.
Try a new adventure. Paddleboarding in the Bay.
Ann Marie and Ed Daly - We asked Adventure Guide and owner of Daly’s Watersports Ann Marie Daly her favorite thing to do in the water (besides scuba dive, of course!). Check out her answer and we’ll see you on your board soon.
Wildlife Preserve or Golf Course? You Decide.
Wildlife Preserve or Golf Course? You Decide.
Dan and Barb Van Treese - Did you know GCFL has a great, 18-hole championship golf course? St. Joseph Bay Golf Club is open to the public with 65% of its golfers here on vacation. Why is it such a hidden gem?
A Laid-Back Golf Adventure
A Laid-Back Golf Adventure
Dan and Barb Van Treese - Dan Van Treese wants you to come out and say hello. Dan is the proud President of the St. Joseph Bay Golf Club who wants to show it off. “Well. Most people don’t know it’s a championship course...
Local Recommendations. Straight from the “Horse’s Mouth”
Local Recommendations. Straight from the “Horse’s Mouth”
Dan and Barb Van Treese - 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...
Take the Pressure Off
Take the Pressure Off
Lynn Marshall - You can’t do it all in two days, says Lynn, Adventure Guide and General Manager of the Port Inn. If you have three days, you can spend one day at the beach, one day on the Bay and then one day in Port St. Joe.