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*<sleep name="Resort Vacation Properties of St. George Island" alt="" address="140 West First Street St. George Island" directions="" phone="1-877-272-8206" url="http://www.resortvacationproperties.com" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">Resort Vacation Properties of St. George Island offers a variety of spacious vacation homes on the breathtaking Florida Panhandle.</sleep>
 
There are a couple of hotels, but nearly all travelers rent a house.  The locals, and there are not many, are very nice and accommodating.
 
There are a couple of hotels, but nearly all travelers rent a house.  The locals, and there are not many, are very nice and accommodating.
  

Revision as of 21:43, 9 July 2008

St. George is a small island connected by bridge to the mainland on Florida's Forgotten Coast. St. George has a tiny town surrounded by a sprinkling of vacation homes and a state park in the dunes.

St. George is a good escape from the rat race. If you like a Florida that is not "touristy" at all, you will love St. George.

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Get in

Get around

See

  • Spectacular sunsets,
  • Unadulterated beaches,

Do

Good fishing on the bay side and wonderful people,

Buy

Eat

There are fewer than a half dozen places to eat (don't miss Finney's) but you are in driving distance of several eating spots off the island.

Drink

  • Eddy Teach's Raw Bar, 240 East Third Street, +1 850-927-5050 (). Cheap oysters and large beer selection. Music on weekends.

Sleep

  • Resort Vacation Properties of St. George Island, 140 West First Street St. George Island, 1-877-272-8206, [1]. Resort Vacation Properties of St. George Island offers a variety of spacious vacation homes on the breathtaking Florida Panhandle.

There are a couple of hotels, but nearly all travelers rent a house. The locals, and there are not many, are very nice and accommodating.

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