The perfect place to get back to nature.
Just eight miles from Port St. Joe, Indian Pass feels like a world away. To vacation here is to experience Old Florida in a natural beach setting. An eclectic array of beach homes line the miles of wide, pet-friendly beaches. Beach driving is allowed with a permit, and it’s not unusual to see families fishing, crabbing, grilling or sitting around an evening bonfire. This is also a great place for a relaxing horseback ride along the beach.
At land’s end you’ve reached Indian Pass Campground, located directly on Indian Pass and Apalachicola Bay. Across the water you’ll see St. Vincent Island, a national wildlife refuge, accessible only by boat. A daily ferry trip will take you and your bike across the short passage, or private charters will be glad to plan an excursion into Big Bayou. The natural beach setting makes for great shelling and shore bird watching.
Apalachicola oysters may be world famous but Indian Pass Lagoon Oysters are some of the best you’ll ever taste. The Gulf around Indian Pass is from a different time – flavorful, rustic and raw in its beauty. Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder and Pompano are an easy catch for the beach fisherman.
“Y’all need to ReDiscover Indian Pass, Port St Joe and the Cape area. It took a hit, but we are coming back.”
Jimmy Mac – Indian Pass Raw Bar
Hurricane Michael brought down structures with his fierce winds and storm surge but the local business owners aren’t going anywhere. Let Jimmy Mac take you through his story of how the Raw Bar has been tested in the past and has come back and will again. Watch now!
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