Travelers on an Adventure by (Tom & Deb) travel blog

 

Aerial view (Presnell’s RV Park & Marina)

Time to relax

Spoiled pelicans

 

 

 

Sunsets seen each evening at Presnell’s

 

 

 

Made it too the top

View from top of light house

 

One of the public beach access areas on cape San Blas

 

 

Cape San Blas Fl rebuild after hurricane damage

Entering Saint joseph’s Peninsula state park

Beautiful beaches in the state park

Gulf view while at the state park

Another public beach access

 

The beach at Salinas Park

Enroute to Ho Hum RV park in Carrabelle

 

Aerial view of Ho Hum RV park

View from our RV toward the gulf


3-8-2018

February 28 was the end of our stay at Camp Gulf RV Resort in Miramar Beach FL.

We drove about 2 hours back down route 98 and pulled into Presnell's Bayside Marina and RV Resort in Port Saint Joe. This is a cute small town located on Saint Joe's Bay. From the camp ground Prenelle's RV and Marina we face due west and see spectacular sunsets every night. We have enjoyed all the fishermen coming and going from our small marina. A lot of the Rv’ers have been enjoying the calmness of the bay on their kayaks. We also enjoy seeing all the birds. Our first day we pulled in our neighbors stopped over and during our conversation we all stopped talking and took notice that we were blessed as a bald eagle presented us with a very close up fly by(very kewl). We have seen many white and brown pelicans also seagulls black birds and even have had cardinal visits.

Saint Joseph's Peninsula State Park is located out at the end of Cape San Blas on the other side of the bay. It is about a 20 mile ride to the state park, from our campground which has access to both the bay on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other. We toured the state park and spent a few hours walking and enjoying the beach. There a couple of other smaller public beach access points on Cape San Blas. We spent time at all of them, and gathered many kewl sea shells, along with lots of sunshine and some beautiful pictures of the whitest sand we’ve seen thus far. There are the best bikes paths along the coast that go on for miles.

We were driving and Deb spotted an RV parked on a cement pad facing the beach, we stopped had a nice conversation with the RV owner, they showed us around their site and we found out all along the Cape San Blas beach area there has been a few poured concrete pads by private owners who rent them out weekly and monthly(full hook-ups). Other than the state park there are no other RV parking areas.

Down town St. Joe has many nice small shops and restaurants. Also near the Marina is a light house and 3 out buildings that were moved from Cape San Blas into Port St Joe, where they were renovated and are now a historical land mark. (see lots of history and photos at (capesanblaslight.org) We walked the 140 step spiral stair case to the top. Debi was brave enough to go outside around the "balcony" and take some photos. I on the other hand was good until I got to the top and looked out ....

March 8 we departed Presnells and drove a little over an hour back east on highway 98 to our next destination, the Ho-Hum RV Resort. This is a small park with frontage on the Gulf. We will be here for a week and then head into Saint George Island state park. From here we will be able to explore some more of the “forgotten coast” of Florida. We saw a beautiful sunset here on our first evening, and were treated to the sight of several dolphins just off the coast!

Take care, stay healthy

2-ole-buddies



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