T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
Welcome to T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
Stretching 20 miles into the blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico, St. Joseph Peninsula is a true wildlife haven.
The St. Joseph Peninsula is known for its sandy white beaches and tall dunes on the Gulf of Mexico side and marsh on the St. Joseph Bay side.
The park, teeming with wildlife, provides vitally important habitat for beach nesting birds (including the snowy plover), three species of sea turtles and two remaining core populations of endangered St. Andrews beach mouse.
Visitors enjoy overnight stays in the 46-site Shady Pines campground, eight cabins and 14 primitive campsites in the Wilderness Preserve.
The park is ideal for getting away, swimming, fishing, enjoying Florida’s Gulf Coast and watching spectacular sunsets.
Plan Your Visit
Fishing at St. Joseph
Construction Projects Completed
Come Stay the Night
T. H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park Photo Gallery
Beaches at St. Joseph
People Make the Parks
Staff Spotlight, Kathleen Dawson
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