Cape San Blas is 20-mile peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico. The end of the peninsula is a Florida State Park. Cape San Blas has shimmering white sandy beaches, stunning sand dunes and is in a secluded location along the Gulf of Mexico. It is a great place to get away from it all and relax and enjoy the beach.
The park has two dune walks for access to the beach, a gazebo, several picnic tables, running water, restrooms, and playground. It is located on SR30E just off of SR30A on the way to Cape San Blas.
Cape San Blas State Park
Cape San Blas State Park was ranked #1 beach by Dr. Stephen Leathermann, more commonly known as “Dr. Beach”. The 2,516 acre park offers swimming, picnicing, fishing and boating.
Come back to “Old Florida,” where unspoiled and uncrowded beaches await you. Take a tour of St. Vincent Island and sightsee while you’re here. The water here is shallow, so less ‘big waves’ occur. Warm tan sand and tropical breezes are found here on some of the widest expanse of beach in Gulf County . The area of beaches referred to as C-30, is in fact the northwest extension of Indian Pass and located on the stretch of beach on County Road 30.