Things to do in Gulf County!

You can climb the 130+ steps to the top of the Cape San Blas Light House for a stunning view of the Gulf of Mexico. A few years ago, this lighthouse found its new permanent home, as it had been moved through the years due to erosion and hurricanes. It was on July 15, 2014, that the Cape San Blas Lighthouse reopened in its new permanent location. The two Keepers Quarters and the Oil Shed were also relocated to Core Park in Port St. Joe to help keep the structures intact. This lighthouse cannot be missed while in town, as it’s prominently displayed in a primary location. 

Riding a horse on the beach is something that many people dream of doing. Broke-a-Toe Horseback riding are owner by the most patient and sweet people. They are careful about pairing you up with the best horse according to your experience and size. 

A visit to T. H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park is in order when you explore Port St. Joe. Hurricane Michael caused tremendous damage to the area in October of 2018, but fortunately, the south part of this state park is currently open. You can kayak, paddleboard, swim, snorkel, and search for shells on the beach. This area is also very popular for bird enthusiasts, as there are many beach-nesting birds along the coastline.

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