Rish Park is a park located at 6773 Cape San Blas Rd, Cape San Blas. Beautiful white-sand beaches and sea oat-covered dunes welcome visitors to the beach and the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Stretching from the Gulf of Mexico across the peninsula to St. Joseph Bay, this 100-acre park provides an opportunity to explore the beach, the bay and the natural resources between. This recreation area has been designated to provide recreational opportunities for people with disabilities, their families, and their caregivers. The recreation area offers day-use opportunities and an event hall. Boardwalks grant access to a mile of beach. Visitors can travel through the underground tunnel to the bayside to launch a canoe or kayak. In the near future, the Olympic-sized pool will open for swimming and cabins will be available for overnight accommodations. Plans also include ranger tours and equipment rentals. They are open 8 a.m. to sunset (Eastern time zone), 365 days a year Park Fees (Day Pass, Amenities Access) $6 per vehicle (two to eight people). $4 single-occupant vehicle. $2 pedestrians and bicyclists. William J. “Billy Joe” Rish Recreation Area is committed to providing a variety of accessible amenities for visitors: Amenities include: Event hall. Boardwalk to the one-mile sugar sand beach. Beach wheelchairs. Outdoor shower/rinse stations. Olympic-size swimming pool with wheelchair ramp (opening soon) Changing rooms. Picnic facilities. Service animals are welcome in all areas of the park.