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.
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.