The Forgotten Coast

The Forgotten Coast the term coined to refer to the coastal part of the Florida Panhandle. It extends from Mexico Beach or southeastern Bay County on the Gulf of Mexico to St. Marks on Apalachee Bay.

Off the Beaten Path, the Forgotten Coast

It includes Apalachicola, Alligator Point, Carrabelle, St. George Island, Eastpoint. Port St. Joe, Mexico Beach, Cape San Blas, Lanark Village, Panacea, Indian Pass, St. Joe Beach, and Simmons Bayou.

Salinas Park, View of St. Joseph Bay
Map of Simmons Bayou area of Port St. Joe

This area consists of quiet small fishing villages undeveloped section of Florida coastline. The pace is slower here. The traffic is thinner, the beaches beautiful, and the wildlife is abundant.

The area is an outdoor adventure waiting to happen. Hiking, biking, fishing and boating and sampling world-class seafood. Swimming, paddling, golfing, birding or relaxing on gorgeous beaches. The Forgotten Coast is also pet friendly.

Many beaches, parks, restaurants and vacation rentals will welcome your pet.

Apalachicola River
Bowery Station, Apalachicola
View of St. Joseph Bay
Apalachicola River Boat
Salinas Park Walkway
Store Display at Night
St. George Island Walkway to Beach
MLowlands in St. Joseph Bay
Boss Crow

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