Alligator Point, FL, USA

Alligator Point, FL, USA

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Where to stay around Alligator Point?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 101 vacation rentals near Alligator Point. From 74 houses to 10 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Alligator Point for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Can I rent houses in Alligator Point?

Yes, of course. HomeAway has 74 houses in Alligator Point. Our other popular types of vacation rentals in Alligator Point include:

  • Condos: 10 rentals available
  • Cottages: 10 rentals available

Can I rent golf rentals in Alligator Point?

Absolutely, HomeAway has 72 golf rentals in Alligator Point. You have also many other possibilities in Alligator Point area, including:

  • Beach rentals: 55 rentals
  • Waterfront rentals: 53 rentals
  • Near the ocean rentals: 52 rentals

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Can I find a vacation rental with pool in Alligator Point?

Yes, you can select your preferred vacation rental with pool among our 27 vacation rentals with pool available in Alligator Point. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    Luxurious Homes in Alligator Point

    Consider making Alligator Point your destination for your next vacation. Many of these homes’ feature amenities such as pools, outdoor grilling areas, and cable TV. Those of you with children will also be pleased that many rentals are children friendly as well.

    A Beachgoer’s Paradise

    Alligator Point is absolutely filled to the brim with nearby beautiful beaches. You will find a wide selection of choices that will keep your family entertained the entire trip. Some of the most popular beaches are listed below.

    • Tahiti Beach: It’s an absolute paradise. The beach is located on the easternmost end of St. Vincent Island. This beach is perfect for shelling and exploring local wildlife and flora.
    • Unit Four Beach: This beach is extremely popular for birding enthusiast. It is covered with small freshwater deposits that make it the perfect spot to see interesting species such as herons, willets and diving osprey. It is also a popular spot to take your furry companion for a beachside stroll.
    • St. George Island State Park: This one takes the cake when it comes to fun in the sun. It is the longest beachfront state park in all of Florida. You will find a wide selection of activities to take part in during your visit. The area is also a great fishing spot for anglers as well.
    • Carabelle Beach: This beach is an absolute must if you have young children. It has soft sand as well as a much gentler current thanks to its location. This makes it perfect for families with small children and less experienced swimmers.
    • Alligator Point Beach: This beach is a natural paradise. It is more suited for smaller crowds since it has limited parking and public access. It makes it the perfect spot to enjoy a nice walk along the pristine coastline without the crowds.

    A Dream Come True for Anglers

    Alligator Point is filled with many popular fishing spots. Here you will find both fresh and saltwater fishing. Some of the most popular gamefish are trout, redfish, bass and flounder. The fishing season extends all year long and offers a wide variety of locations to choose from. If you are an inexperienced angler, you can always book one of the fishing charters in the area. Many of these even include your gear rental as well as any appropriate license you need to start fishing.

    An Exemplary Golf Course to Explore

    Located in nearby Carrabelle Beach, is the famous St. James Bay Golf Resort. This is an exquisite 18-hole championship golf course. It was designed to incorporate the pristine beauty of the area with a course that challenges even the most experienced golfers.

    Historic Lighthouse to Explore

    In nearby St. George Island, you will find the Cape St. George Light. It stands in the center of St. George Island and showcases the immense maritime history of the area. Here you can explore a replica of the original lighthouse and learn about its history. You can also explore the museum which details the unique story of the lighthouse reconstruction efforts.

    When You Should Visit

    The most popular times to visit are from June to September. During this time, you can expect average daily temperatures to be around 80 degrees Fahrenheit. This makes it the perfect opportunity to experience the outdoors.

    How to Reach Your Destination

    To reach Alligator Point via private or rental car, take US-319 south to FL-65 north. Follow FL-65 north to your destination. If you are traveling by air, consider using Tallahassee International Airport. It is only an hour and a half from your destination and offers many flight choices. The airport also offers taxi service, shuttles and bus lines for your convenience.