Indian Pass House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6-8)
CLICK ON VIDEO TAB ABOVE THE PHOTO OF INDIAN PASS, TO SEE OUR VIDEO.
FIRST WEEK OF AUGUST NOW AVAILABLE! CHECK OUR CALENDAR FOR OPEN DATES AND BOOK SOON!
CHECK OUR CALENDAR FOR AVAILABLE DATES, IT IS UPDATED REGULARLY.
Wake up at the beach on Indian Pass, where there are no high rises, no traffic, no worries, just wind, sand and surf. Enjoy your stay in this quaint community that is centrally located between Port St. Joe and historic Apalachicola. You will be less than a mile down the beach from St. Vincent’s Island, a 15,000 acre National Wildlife Refuge that is great for nature lovers. Spend some time there and you may just catch a glimpse of the American Bald Eagles that nest there. It is also just a short drive to St. Joseph Peninsula State Park. This is the Florida you’ve been looking for.
This beach front home is beautifully decorated with a split floor plan and screened porch overlooking the waves. The decks off of two of the bedrooms have gulf-front views. The personal boardwalk from the home takes you to the beach for swimming, shelling, surf fishing and great beach walks. You won’t find a better view.
Features include a fully equipped kitchen with newer appliances, central heat & air, ceiling fans, washer & dryer, dishwasher, cable TV, phone, bamboo wood floors, outside shower, covered parking, wireless internet and gas grill, all less than one mile from the boat ramp.
Keywords: Beach front,water front, gulf front, Indian Pass, beach, Florida
- children welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the owner
Loved the outside shower being able to see the ocean and shower at the same time! The weather was great and the LOCATION perfect. Maisie
We have been married for 20 years and have four children. Two daughters, 26 and 12 and two sons, twin nine year olds. We live in New Orleans, Louisiana.
We began going to Indian Pass in 2001. It soon became one of our favorite places to go to get away from the hectic pace of our daily lives in New Orleans. As we had children and began taking them to Indian Pass we realized that it was something that we wanted to become a tradition for our family and a place for us to eventually have a retirement home.
The best thing about any house at the beach is the proximity and access to the beach. Ours is second to none. Indian Pass is probably the most laid back of all of the beaches in the 'Forgotten Coast' area and we have a boardwalk right to it. This is particularly ideal for children since you do not have to deal with walking to the public crossovers. You leave your stuff on the beach all day and just leave it at the end of the boardwalk until the next day.