Pristine, uncrowded beaches truly make St. George Island a little slice of heaven. Tranquil and relaxed, the friendly faces and absolute beauty of the Gulf, Bay and nearby state parks will keep you coming back year after year for an unforgettable respite from the rest of the world.
Looking for a picturesque dining experience directly on the beach? The Blue Parrot Ocean Cafe can’t be beaten! Dine on today’s fresh catch and don’t miss Apalachicola’s famous oysters.
The Dr. Julian G. Bruce St. George Island State Park offers everything from primitive camping and boat ramps to miles of undeveloped beaches. It offers a serene beach experience for those wanting the beauty of the coast without the crowds.
Love to fish? Choose your own one-of-a-kind expedition with a focus on bay fishing, shelling or offshore fishing.
The St. George Island Lighthouse is an iconic landmark that has graced the shores of the island since 1833. The current structure is a replica of the original, reconstructed in 2008 using much of the original material.