City of Port St. Joe, Florida

This quaint town boasts picturesque beaches of white sand, charming antique shops, and some of the best local fishing around. Port St. Joe almost became the capital of Florida in the 19th century.

Cape San Blas Inn is perfectly situated in Florida's Forgotten Coast on the peninsula of Cape San Blas in the best spot on the Cape. Located on the bay side where you can enjoy nature and canoeing, and across the street from the beach where you can relax with your toes in the soft sands and warm waters of the Gulf. 

The Constitution Convention Museum State Park located in Port St. Joe, is the location of Florida's first constitutional convention. This 14 acre park houses a museum, artifacts from the time period, and a monument that commemorates the birth of the state of Florida. 

Florida's Constitution Museum State Park

T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park is 20 miles full of white sand beaches, dunes, marsh, and wildlife at the tip of Cape San Blas. A self-proclaimed "wildlife haven," T.H. Stone Memorial is home to three species of sea turtles, the endangered St. Andrews beach mouse, and many beach nesting birds, including the snowy plover.

T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
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Cape San Blas Inn is perfectly situated in Florida's Forgotten Coast on the peninsula of Cape San Blas in the best spot on the Cape. Located on the bay side where you can enjoy nature and canoeing, and across the street from the beach where you can relax with your toes in the soft sands and warm waters of the Gulf. 

Port of Port St. Joe is a deepwater seaport on the Gulf Coast of Florida suited for bulk and cargo shipments, offering access to rail, the U.S. Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, and state and U.S. highways.