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Take a trip to one of Florida's hidden treasures: The Indian Pass. This small peninsula is the ultimate beachside hideaway located in Gulf County, Florida. It is just eight miles off Port St. Joe and close to St. Vincent island, a wildlife sanctuary, making it a one-stop vacation destination. Rental properties are hidden in the lush foliage and white dunes prevalent in the area, a stone's throw away from the beach, or have direct access to the seafront. The experience on these beautiful beaches is unspeakable!A vacation rental suited for you
Find a broad selection of accommodations with modern amenities to suit your preference. Enjoy the ocean view from your balcony as you savor the moistened breeze. Let the children play in the sand and the dog chase after the low flying birds because these are child and pet-friendly rental properties. Enjoy all that this beach haven has to offer!
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The area and getting around
Indian pass is a natural pass connecting the Gulf of Mexico to Apalachicola Bay, creating a salty and freshwater meeting place. Enjoy quiet and serene miles of secluded beaches. Go beach driving if you've got a permit or horseback riding if driving isn't your thing. Try fishing or perhaps crabbing. At the Land's End in the peninsula, you can cross over to St. Vincent island, a wildlife refuge by boat or ferry. Once on the island, enjoy local excursions, kayaking, or chartered fishing.A bastion of old Florida living
Indian Pass has raw, uncensored beauty. It is uncrowded all through the year due to secluded beaches. The Indian Pass Raw Bar is the icing on the cake. Here, locally caught lagoon oysters are served. Whether you like them raw, steamed, or baked, they've got you! The bar presents you with an opportunity to make new friends as you grab a cold one or as you listen to live music from the porch. The old Florida way of life gets real here; many say it's a different world altogether!
Travelers and activities
This beach hideaway is littered with family-friendly accommodation that suits your family's needs. The beaches are pet-friendly, so you take your dog for a romp with confidence. Children occasionally play in the thickets of oak and palmetto or swim in the kid's pools. Fishing is common, especially with couples. Light a bonfire when evening comes, or if tired, get back in to catch your favorite family-friendly show on television or surf the internet.Indian Pass for sports fishermen
The conflux of fresh and salty water makes the Indian Pass peninsula is a natural habitat for fish. Redfish, speckled trout, and flounders are some of the easy catches. Crossing over to the St. Vincent island provides even more thrilling adventures for sports fishermen. Fishing charters are widely available, relieving you of the need for bringing your boat. Indian Pass is a must-visit for any recreational fishing enthusiasts.
Did you know that a peninsula is a landform protruding into a continuous water body? Hence surrounded by water on most of its border.
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The wildlife refuge is a recreation haven. Enjoy a range of activities such as kayaking, birding, fishing, hiking, and biking. The ferry plying the route between the Indian Pass and the island will carry you and your bike across for bikers. The most unique of them all is hunting. They have permits for samba deer hunts,white-tailed deer archery hunts, and white-tailed deer primitive weapon hunts. It's a dream come true for hunting enthusiasts who want to go it rough on the big game!2. Money beach and Money Bayou
If you are a recreational fisherman, this is the best spot for you. Enjoy swimming in the afternoon, terrific seafood for dinner, and perhaps a late-night boat ride. The atmosphere and the views here are simply breathtaking!3. Explore Cape San Blas
As most call it, 'the cape' is an irresistible haven due to its soft white sand, pristine beaches, rich sea life, and a laid-back lifestyle. Make a point of visiting the T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park located in the cape.4. Explore Apalachicola
Apalachicola is a charming fishing town renowned for some of the finest seafood in the country. Within its range is St. George island, with miles of protected shallow bays and state forests to explore. Ensure you grab Apalachicola's locally brewed beer by the Oyster City Brewing Company.5. Explore Port St. Joe
The county seat of Gulf County, Florida, has unlimited pleasures. Supposing you are a history enthusiast, Old St. Joseph Cemetery will put you on a trip to the past. Afterward, you can make a trip back to the present with a round of golf or a game of tennis at St. Joe Bay Country Club. You will certainly have a blast at Port St. Joe!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Indian Pass
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Indian Pass?
Last year, rentals in Indian Pass had an annual average cost of around $469 per night.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Indian Pass?
Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Indian Pass in January, December, or November, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $378, $388, and $407 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
When does the price of vacation rentals in Indian Pass go up the most?
When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Indian Pass, the highest prices are usually found in the month of July (with an average of $590 per night), followed by June ($567), and then March ($532).
Is Indian Pass a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It is recommended that you book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Indian Pass, as only 13% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?
Last year, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in Indian Pass were December, November and January, with average availabilities of 37%, 31%, and 27%, respectively.
How many vacation rentals are there in Indian Pass?
Holidu has around 60 vacation rentals in Indian Pass, provided by 2 different partners.