Indian Pass - Aerial - - 2003, Debbie Hooper,

Indian Pass Campground & St. Vincent Island - Aerial

Indian Pass Boat Launch - 2003, Debbie Hooper,

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Indian Pass Campground is at the far western end of Apalachicola Bay, where it flows into the Gulf of Mexico.  In the midst of a beautiful, deeply fertile area, full of unspoiled beaches and rich estuaries, there are no high rises here in Indian Pass - just wonderful beaches, succulent oysters, world class fishing and spectacular sunsets.

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Indian Pass is located in Gulf County, between Apalachicola and Port St. Joe. It's an hour east of Panama City and a half-hour more from the trendy beaches of South Walton (Grayton Beach, Seaside, Watercolor and Rosemary Beach).

If you come for the fishing, you can bring your boat or charter a local fishing guide. Directly across from our campground, is St. Vincent Island, a 10 mile long, mile wide National Wildlife Refuge that is home to Sambar deer, bald eagles, and an abundance of other wildlife. If you’d like to check it out, perhaps on a rented bike, you could catch a ferry at the boat launch. Maybe you’ll see some of the dolphins that like to feed in the Pass.

Indian Pass Campground offers a unique camping experience, in a beautiful natural setting. We have great waterfront cabins that sleep 2, 4 and 5 people. In addition, we offer waterfront RV sites and primitive campsites. Amenities include new, modern & clean shower facilities, and a laundry room. And if you get to needing something we have a campground store.

2817 Indian Pass Road • Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
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