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Saint George Island State Park

St. George Island, Florida

Contact Information
1900 E. Gulf Beach Dr., St. George Island32328
(850) 927-2111

Nine miles of undeveloped beaches and dunes, surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and Apalachicola Bay, provide the perfect setting for St. George Island State Park.

Hours of Operation
Florida state parks are open from 8 a.m. until sundown 365 days a year.

Driving Directions
Access to St. George Island is via a 4 mile bridge that is accessible from Eastpoint, Florida. Eastpoint is located approximately 75 miles southwest of Tallahassee, Florida. The park is located on the east end of St. George Island.

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Saint George Island State Park Campground Photo
CAMPING AREA
Saint George Island State Park Beach Area Photo
BEACH AREA
Saint George Island State Park Picnic Area Photo
PICNIC AREA
Saint George Island State Park Boat Ramp Photo
BOAT RAMP

Saint George Island State Park Photos
AMENITIES
Saint George Island State Park Playground Photos
PLAYGROUND
Saint George Island State Park Trail Photos
TRAIL AREA
   

Park Activities

Beaches
St. George Island offers 8 miles of some of the most pristine beaches along the Gulf coast of Florida. Visitors can access 4 miles of beach along the parks main drive. For those visitors who enjoy a wilderness experience, the last 4 miles of beach is accessible only by foot.

Boat Ramp
There are two boat ramps that visitors can use to access the Apalachicola Bay. The first ramp is located next to the park’s youth camp and the other is 2 ½ miles from the parks entrance. Both can accommodate boats not much larger than 24 feet in length with a shallow draft.

Boating
Canoeing and kayaking are favorite activities around the park. Both can be rented on the Island, call the park for more information. Small offshore boats are used around the island for fishing. Keep in mind that the bay is very shallow.

Fishing
Surf and bay fishing may yield catches of flounder, redfish, sea trout, pompano, whiting or sometimes Spanish mackerel. A saltwater fishing license is required in Florida.

Full Facility Camping
This 1,962 acre barrier island park has 60 campsites with electric and water hookups available for reservation through Reserve America.

Nature Trails
The trail to Gap Point begins in the campground and meanders through the pine flatwood forest to the bay.

Picnicking
The park offers 4 large shelters on the beach equipped with restrooms and showers. Each shelter has grills for cooking and several picnic tables for visitors. These shelters can also be reserved. Call the park for more information.

Primitive Camping
Primitive campsites at Gap Point are available via a 2-½ mile backpacking trail. This area is also accessible by boat.

Showers
Showering facilities are available in the family campground. The park also offers cold-water showers at two beach access areas. Ask staff for their locations.

Swimming
Swimming and sunbathing are popular activities on the white sandy beaches and clear Gulf waters. NO LIFEGUARDS ARE PROVIDED.

Youth Camping Area

Youth Group camping is available to organized groups of up to 25 or a minimum of 6 persons. This is a tents only area. Chaperones must be provided for youth groups and must remain with the group at all times. Restrooms, cold water showers, picnic tables and a campfire circle are available. Reservations for the Youth Camp may be made up to 11 months in advance by contacting the park office at (850) 927-2111.