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Tuesday, November 03, 2009

St. Joseph Peninsula State Park - Cape San Blas, Florida

It has been quite a year from many perspectives. I have not been a good blogger. We have made several trips since our Fall 2008 trip to Chattanooga. They include:
- Two trips - March 2009 birthday trip and September 2009 - to Huntington Beach State Park SC; and,
- A quickly planned trip back to our favorite; Bluewater Key RV Resort at MM14 just this side of Key West the first week of August.

However, one of the highlights of the year has to be our spring trip to St. Joseph Peninsula State Park on Cape San Blas Florida. This is near Port St. Joe and Applachacola. Here are some pictures of that trip.

We were there the last week of April through the first weekend in May, 2009. Driving through central Georgia provided the means to begin to relax, and a week on this pristine beach completed the presctiption! It doesn't get much better than that.

We only ate out at a couple of restaurants during our trip. One reason is that we just didn't want to leave our beautiful island setting; and another being that it is pretty far to drive to get to a restaurant.

There are plenty of trails and areas on the island for bike riding, and plenty of beach for watching the sun go down. It will be nice to return there someday soon.

This was one of the most beautiful beaches we have ever seen in what has to be one of the most isolated spots in all of Florida. We stayed a week on site #40 in the beach front campground at the state park. I do hope we can return sometime.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Any ideas on how strict they are on the length limits? I have a 40 ft. motor home and was looking at a spot that has a 38 max. Hate to book it get there and be turned away. Thanks for the help.