TH Stone Memorial Saint Joseph Peninsula State Park

TH Stone Memorial Saint Joseph Peninsula State Park


Location:Near Port Saint Joe, off County Road 30-E, off US 98.
Facilities:119 full-facility campsites, a primitive site for youth/group camping, primitive camping areas in the park's Wilderness Preserve, 8 fully-equipped cabins, 10 miles of white sand beach, public showers, boat ramp, canoe and other watercraft rental, picnic tables, playground, hiking trails.
Activities:Camping, boating, canoeing, saltwater fishing, swimming, snorkeling, hiking, bicycling, birding, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Park is bounded on three sides by the waters of Saint Joe Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and has one of the top-rated beaches in the US. The park is also an excellent bird watching area, with sightings of more than 209 species currently recorded. It is a premier location for observing hawks during their fall migration, including the endangered peregrine falcon. Monarch butterflies can also be seen making their fall migration from the northern United States to wintering sites in Mexico.
Address:8899 Cape San Blas Rd
Port Saint Joe, FL 32456

Phone:850-227-1327
Fax:850-227-1488
Web: www.floridastateparks.org/stjoseph
Size: 2,602.5 acres land; 113 acres water.

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