Murals abound in Gulf County! Are you ready to find them all? Four murals are scattered throughout Gulf County so that you can find them and strike a pose.

The murals are a new project that Gulf County, Florida, introduced to get some artwork out into the natural areas where visitors and locals alike would see them and take a photo. Gulf County worked with local artist Sara Griffins from Enjoy Art By Sara to create each mural. Use this blog as a tool for your next trip to Gulf County so that you can find them all! Make sure you tag @GulfCountyFl on Instagram so that we can see your fantastic poses! 

Bee Sweet Gulf County 

Location: Lake Alice Park, Wewahitchka

This mural was the 2nd one created to celebrate the local honey flavors found in Gulf County! You can find this mural at Lake Alice Park, which hosts several events throughout the year. If you cannot make it to one of the events, Lake Alice is the perfect place for a picnic with the family. Large oak trees surround the park for the perfect shade. There is also a walking path and a playground for kids and kids at heart to enjoy. 

 a girl poses in front of a yellow mural with wings and words "bee sweet Gulf County"


Greetings from Gulf County, Florida 

Location: Gulf County Welcome Center, Port St. Joe

Check out the back deck at the Welcome Center while you enjoy this incredible mural! This mural celebrates all those beautiful things about Gulf County. What can you find on the mural? It is located on the back deck of the Welcome Center, and there is even a tripod to help you take your photo! The Welcome Center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and the Concierge Team would love to see you. They have local information, free wifi, and hot coffee available all year long! 

a young lady sitting cross legged infront of a post card type mural


Tourism is the Pearl of Gulf County 

Location: Cape Palms Park, Cape San Blas

Mural #3 is the first one created by Sara, and it was essential to Gulf County to celebrate its number one industry. Did you know that Visitor Spending supports 37% of Jobs in Gulf County and generates over $14 M in local and state taxes? That is huge! Located at Cape Palms Park, this mural has the incredible Gulf of Mexico just behind it! You can enjoy a day at the beach, an excellent swing, or a picnic at this park. 

an older lady taking a photo of a little girl on a mural with an oyster and pearl background


Hooked on Gulf County 

Location: Indian Pass Boat Ramp, Indian Pass

he final mural celebrates the outstanding fishing found throughout all of our waters in Gulf County! There are bayous, bays, rivers, and sounds that allow anglers to have some of the best experiences. It is easy to see why people get hooked on Gulf County, not just for the fishing but for everything else Gulf County offers. If you love it, then help take care of it and become a Local By Association. Indian Pass Boat Ramp is a great place to get to St. Vincent Island or enjoy a day at the beach. 

a black mural with words the words "hooked on Gulf County." The mural also has fish swimming on it.