T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Effective Nov. 29, 2022: The marina and boat ramp are closed at T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park for an amenity improvement project. The concession and beach are open.
Know Before You Go
Effective May 21, 2021: The campground and the cabins are closed due to damage from Hurricane Michael in 2018.
Day Use and Boat Ramp Areas: Limited Parking Available
St. Joseph Peninsula’s beach day use and boat ramp parking area will operate at a limited capacity due to ongoing hurricane recovery efforts and construction projects. Parking spaces will be limited, especially for boats, trailers and larger vehicles on busy days, weekends and holidays. There are other boat ramps available in the area if needed. Please call the park office at 850-227-1327 for updates.
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.
The park is ideal for getting away, swimming, fishing, enjoying Florida’s Gulf Coast and watching spectacular sunsets.