Indian Pass, Florida
Indian Pass is located on a small peninsula on the south coast of Gulf County along Florida's Forgotten Coast. Located just 8 miles south of Port St. Joe, this wild and mostly pristine area has a true Old Florida feel.
"The Pass" is most famous for fishing, lagoon oysters and an incredible variety of wildlife such as dolphins, white pelicans, cranes and bald eagles. It’s pet-friendly beaches are perfect for shelling, fishing, crabbing, grilling or sitting around an evening bonfire.
Across the water you’ll see St. Vincent Island, a national wildlife refuge, encompassing over 12,000 acres of protected habitat. A daily ferry trip will take you and your bike across the short passage.
Things to do
- Horseback riding on the beach
- Snorkeling and scuba diving
- Shelling and scalloping
- Kayak and paddle boarding
- Charter a boat for fishing
- Catch a ferry to St. Vincent Island National Wildlife Refuge
- Visit the renowned Indian Pass Raw Bar for locally caught lagoon oysters