Port St. Joe

Steeped in rich history, natural beauty and outdoor adventure, most will tell you it’s the people who make this small beach town really special.

On the shore of St Joseph Bay lies Port St. Joe, a small beach town with a big heart, a place where visitors instantly feel like locals.

Stretch your legs and enjoy the outdoors in one of the many parks, playgrounds and walking trails in Port St Joe or stroll along Historic Downtown which is just one block off Highway 98.

Port St Joe Marina has been a hub for boating activity in Port St Joe. The marina was damaged during Hurricane Michael but is being repaired and upgraded.  During this time, you can still access the waterways from a variety of boat ramps throughout Port St Joe.

Gather every summer to see celebrate one of our local celebrities at the Forgotten Coast Sea Turtle Festival or listen to Nashville’s sounds for the Blast on the Bay Songwriter’s Festival in the Fall. Visit the Events page for a listing of all Gulf County Events.

Melissa Farrell, Co-author of Saints of Old Florida, Owner of Josephs Cottage, Wife and Mom.  See how Gulf County, Florida inspires her.

A Special Place
“A stunning part of Old Florida with a beautiful and just a handful of stores to keep holiday makers supplied but not to appear over-commercialized.  A fantastic place to recharge your batteries.”
Wahayy, August 2018, tripadvisor.com