St George Island State Park Beach
St George Island State Park is on a barrier island off the western coast of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico. The sand is white and soft, and it stretches endlessly along the turquoise waters of the Gulf coast. This is a wonderfully wild place where you watch the most amazing sunsets and then see the stars as they brighten up the nighttime sky.
During the day, you can enjoy long walks on the beach, collecting shells, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and more. This is a hotspot for nature and if you keep your eyes peeled you may well see dolphins swimming just off the shore. On the sheltered Bay side of the island is the Apalachicola Bay Aquatic Reserve, a huge lagoon fringed by marshland. This is a great place for bird watching and fishing.
Along with various accommodations there is camping on this island as well. This is a great place for the whole family to enjoy some time together outdoors with activities such as swimming, hiking, bike rides, picnics, nature spotting, and so much more. There are plenty of nature trails throughout the island and the weather is generally amazing all year round.
The beaches are beautiful white sand, and the water is warm and inviting. You will find this to be an fantastic spot to relax and enjoy the outdoors with your family and friends.
Although not officially recognized (or legal for that matter!) St George Island beach is commonly listed as a nude beach. As long as those going clothes free are reasonably discreet then there shouldn’t be a problem.
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