Located just off North Florida’s Gulf Coast, the 28-mile St. George Island is one of the last inhabited yet unspoiled barrier islands in Florida. St. George Island consistently rates as one of the top beaches in the U.S., with miles of uncrowded expanses for sunning and shelling, clear Gulf waters for swimming and fishing, and pristine marshes for wildlife viewing. St. George Island a tranquil beach community.
The Island has been awarded #3 for best beaches in all of the United States, Top 10 Most Beautiful Florida Beaches and Top 10 Best Parks.
If you are into fishing, expect to land Sheepshead, Speckled Trout, Flounder, Whiting, Redfish, Shark, and Tripletail in the bay; Snapper, Grouper, Amberjack, Sea Bass, Mackerel, Mahi-Mahi, Cobia and sharks in the Gulf. You can cast a rod from the shore, skim the flats, or head out to open water with a boat captain.
Here you can fish, kayak or paddle board, take a hike, go bird-watching, stargazing or walk the beach at dawn in early summer you may see the nesting sea turtles.