EXPLORE WHY WE LOVE THE AREA WE LIVE AND WORK IN!
PORT ST. JOE
Our bay side piece of paradise has tons of character and friendly small-town atmosphere that surpasses your expectations, with the motto "small town with a big heart." There is a full service marina available and a public boat ramp so you can spend the day on the water fishing, sorkeling, scalloping or just relaxing on the beautiful water. Many are attracted to Port St. Joe because you are near great boutique shopping, extraordinary restaurants, and can be on any of the local beaches within minutes. There are many places to catch great music and nightlife while watching the sunset over the Bay. With a very historical and educational background, there is much to learn about the "Constitution City."
CAPE SAN BLAS
The infamous North and South Cape San Blas provides our community with the Bay and Gulf lifestyle that many love. You have the ability to kayak, fish and snorkel in the St. Joseph Bay and just mere steps away relax on the Sugar White Sands of the Gulf of Mexico. Cape San Blas boasts an amazing State Park at the end of North Cape where you can walk trails, camp, fish, relax and much more. This is a vacation get-away destination for many looking to experience the natural beauty of Florida without all the hustle and bustle that other vacation destinations offer.
ST. JOE BEACH
The community of St. Joe Beach offers the small town, laid back living right off the shores of the Gulf. With the pet-friendly beaches, you will find the residents and visitors alike enjoying a day on the beach and evenings watching the sunset while gathered around a bonfire. St. Joe Beach is just 3 miles from the city limits of Port St. Joe and located next to Bay County where Mexico Beach begins.
This is a destination for many that seek the laid-back lifestyle and those crystal clear Gulf waters. Mexico Beach offers many fishing opportunities whether from the shore, the Mexico Beach pier or from your boat out on the Gulf. Restaurants, shopping and night life abound in Mexico Beach. If you enjoy scuba diving there are reefs to adore that are only a few miles off shore where fish are plenty and beauty is everywhere.
CR 30-A/INDIAN PASS
For those really seeking the Old Florida lifestyle, this area of the Cape is definitely your "go to" location. Here you will find many amazing homes that give you a great view and solitude away from the cares of the city life. There is also great fishing on the Indian Pass lagoon, and out on the Gulf waters. Indian Pass has an Old Florida campsite where you will truly find the kindest people in the world. There is a public boat ramp on the Pass for your convenience as well. As you journey down County Road 30, you will find many cottages that are tucked away in the Palmettos and Palms.
NORTH GULF COUNTY
The area just North of the Intracoastal Canal is considered North Gulf County. White City, Wewahitchka, Overstreet and Howard Creek are some communities within this area. You will enjoy the ability to launch your boat and kayak on many boat ramps to spend the day on the Canal or on the famous Dead Lakes. Freshwater fishing is a great pasttime for those who live in this