Indian Pass vacation rentals are located in a resort town along the panhandle of Florida. The nearest port is Port Saint Joe, eight miles from most Indian Pass waterfront rentals. Visitors to Indian Pass house rentals often come for the privacy, sport fishing, and water sports provided in this area.
Indian Pass promotes itself as a resort community, filled with Indian Pass vacation rentals that are interspersed throughout the small acreage. It is one of the most uncrowded communities with resort-style Indian Pass waterfront rentals. Fishermen can fish right off the beach, with sand dunes at their back, and experience amazing sunrises and sunsets every day. They can also bring boats to Indian Pass house rentals if they want to go deep sea fishing for sharks, tuna, and other large game fish. Oysters are a main menu item, whether you buy them at a local market or go to Indian Pass Raw Bar.
Water enthusiasts can scuba dive from the beaches or take dive tours from the local marina. The marina is a short drive from most Indian Pass waterfront rentals. Depending on your choice of Indian Pass vacation rentals, you may even be able to walk to the dock where dive tours leave from. Also from these docks, you can take the ferry to St. Vincent Island, which houses the closest wildlife sanctuary in the panhandle. They have sea birds, waterfowl, alligators, deer, and other animals to see.
Panama City is the nearest city with an airport for those flying in to stay at Indian Pass house rentals. It is an easy day trip to Panama City to visit the History of Diving Museum, military base, and shopping malls. You may also want to visit other inlet towns for their quaint shops and local restaurants. The rentals offer full kitchens in the event you want to purchase fresh seafood at any of the local grocers for barbecuing or oven-baked meals.